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Viral Marketing

Made using the article: The Six Simple Principles of Viral Marketing http://webmarketingtoday.com/articles/viral-principles/

Md. Sohan Haidear Siraji

on 16 March 2015

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Transcript of Viral Marketing

Simplified Message
Short is Better
Utilize The power of human networks
Transmission method must be rapidly scalable
2. Message Should Be Easy To Transfer
3. Scales Easily from Small to Very Large
5. Utilizes Existing Communication Networks
Like virus the content must be lightweight in size
Transfer method from user to user should be easy and simple
Pre-planning is a must to ensure that Viral Model has scalability
People on the Internet develop networks of relationships too!
We all collect email addresses and favorite website URLs.
Affiliate programs exploit such networks, as do permission email lists
Learning to place your message into existing communications between people will help increasing dispersion
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Vol 1, No. 1
1. Give Away Free Stuff
Six Simple Principles
6. Takes Advantage of Others’ Resources
Viral Marketing Strategy
“Free” is the most powerful word
Viral marketers practice 'Delayed
Give away something,
sell something
4. Exploits Common Motivations and

To be Loved
To be Understood
To be Popular
To be Respected
To be Rich
To be Treated specially
Most Humans Want:
The most creative viral plans use others’ resources to get the word out
Affiliate programs, for example, place text or graphic links on others’ websites
Authors who give away free relevant articles, seek to position their articles on others’ web-pages to market your message

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