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Pauls Viral Marketing Tips

Aug 13th 2013 at 8:04 AM

There has been a lot written about Viral Marketing and the different Marketing Systems and tools needed to assist you in going viral. If you have a business, product, service, charity, non-profit, Church ministry and want your site or blog to go viral you may want to take a look at this, below are a few tips and tricks that may help you:

1) Twitter:

Twitter is a very powerful Marketing tool if used correctly, its been my experience that its best to fill out your whole profile with a short clear example of what you do and don't make it too spammy, put a decent cover picture up and use the 2 links they allow to your best advantage. I put my blog and splash link on mine.

2) Facebook:

I don't have to explain the power of Facebook, Facebook rules and you should create or at least learn how to create a fanpage/business page. Choose a generic cover pic in your niche just in case your business has a policy of not using their images. Before you push it make sure you load it up with a few links in your niche first. Its alright to invite your friends to like your fanpage as long as its not too spammy and don't invite more than 15 friends a day or be prepared to get the Facebook slap.

3) LinkedIn:

Plenty of people are confused about Linkedin, Linkedin is a Social Marketing site that's a little more serious than other Network Marketing sites, its more professional, its where you put your professional profile and whatever you do don't spam on Linkedin. Some people or businesses won't even take you seriously unless you have a presence on Linkedin so I strongly suggest you set up a profile up there.

4) Google+:

Google+ is one of the most overlooked Social Media site of them all and the most powerful in my book, Google started indexing your Google+ site this year and that means that the Google Spiders crawl the Google+ pages constantly searching for fresh content and will index your links almost immediately. If I were you I would set up a profile there as well if you're concerned about your SEO.

5) Pinterest:

Pinterest is another Social Media Marketing tool that's extremely powerful and full of SEO potential, I suggest you go to YouTube and learn the basics and set up a profile and a few boards there as well, you won't regret it.

6) YouTube:

Last but certainly not least is video viral Marketing, YouTube is at the top of the heap for its power and its owned by none other than Google, need I say more? I use viral video Marketing on a regular basis and make sure my keyword game is up to par because the key is keywords, the words people type in to find what they're searching for. I have a powerful keyword search technique for viral video Network Marketing and it works.

If you need my assistance I'll be happy to help you set up your Social Media Marketing campaign for a small monthly fee, you won't be locked into anything and I'll set everything up for you along with your Mobile Splash page with your own QR code. Feel free to contact me from my blog.

http://joinpaul.info

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