Believe it or not, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and other social media platforms want you to succeed. They want your content to spread. How come? The more popular your content becomes, the more traffic they get.
It’s in their interest for you to have the tools you need to promote your content. The more visible you become, the higher the chance you’re going to draw new people to their platforms. This is why all these platforms have their own tagging and visibility boosting systems.
Use those systems. Get traffic from them. Lead all this traffic back to your conversion page.
How are you going to convert people? Well, you can try showing an ad to them. When you place the right ad in front of the right eyeballs, you may get a lot of clicks. Some of those clicks can turn into cold, hard dollars.
Ideally, you should convert as much of your traffic into mailing list members. You can also get them to check out your blog, and if they like what they read, sign up to your mailing list. Once you have a lot of people on your mailing list and they are truly loyal to your content, chances are, you can turn that mailing list into a recurring source of income.
This guide exposes the secrets to viral marketing that helps you save time, save money, and avoid unnecessary stress. Needless to say, if you follow the tips that I’m going to share in this book, you increase your chances of finally succeeding with viral marketing.
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