Typically when I recommend viral marketing techniques to my clients I get blank stares in return. Viral marketing campaigns sound very interesting in theory, but actually connecting the dots and executing them seems to require an imagination that is outside the scope of some very imaginative people. So I am hoping that this post can serve as a “how-to” guide for a viral marketing campaign that I can point people to which will help them connect the dots. Please forgive the excruciating detail.
At this point these posts have little to do with local search but maybe there’s a lesson in viral marketing here for you, my dear reader. Today, at T minus 9 days, this little blog made it to the top of Sphinn. It only lasted for a few minutes until I was bumped off by […]
For those of you on the edge of your seats, as of 11:50am Pacific I have now received 116 referrals from Andy Beard’s mention of my site on StumbleUpon. Interestingly a couple of other Stumblers picked up on Andy’s link and sent me a little bit of traffic including SebastianX, Beagooddad, and Chris Garrett. I […]
I am not officially open for business as you can see from the sad state of these pages but this afternoon I checked my stats and noticed that I was starting to get a lot of visitors from this page on StumbleUpon. Andy Beard, one of the most interesting search engine optimization bloggers I follow, […]
Thanks for stopping by. This blog is still under construction but in a couple of weeks I’ll be posting on a regular basis on local search engine optimization and SEM topics to help small, medium and big businesses figure out how to use search engines to grow their businesses. Please check back or drop me […]
I’ll be speaking on the Community-Driven Local Search panel. If you’re going to be there and want to connect please drop me an email at localseo at localseoguide.com.
We are still working on the site so please forgive the clutter and check back soon. See you at SMX! – Andrew