Here are six ideas to help you start your viral marketing campaign :
1. Purchase the private label rights rights to a viral eBook. Allow people to give away your free eBook to their visitors. Then, their visitors will also give it away. This will just continue to spread your advertisements all over the Internet.
2. When you have the ability to set up a forum or other bulletin board, you really have a great tool. Allow people to use your online discussion board for their own website. Some people don’t have one. Just include your banner ad at the top of the board.
3. Do you have a feel for web design ??! Create some templates, graphics, etc. and upload them to your website. Then, … allow people to give away your free web design graphics, fonts, templates, etc. Just include your ad on them or require people to link directly to your website. Make sure that you include a link back to your site in the copyright notice and require them to keep your copyright notice in tact.
4. Write an eBook. Allow people to place an advertisement in your free eBook if, in exchange, they give away the eBook to their web visitors or eZine subscribers.
5. Write articles that pertain to your product or service. Allow people to reprint your articles on their website, in their eZine, Newsletter, Magazine or eBooks. Include your resource box and the option for article reprints at the bottom of each article.
6. You can easily find products on the Internet that will sell you a license allowing you to distribute the product free of charge to other people. Look for those products that provide “private label rights”. That is where you can include your own name, website, and contact information.
So … make this a routine and you’ll be within ‘no time’ on your way with viral marketing.
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