$25 For Best Layed Out Plan To Make My Blog Go Viral!

by 19 comments
Ok Warriors...

I'm going to keep on my little tradition of these mini contests for the best advice, titles, plans and so on by running another fun little contest.

$25 goes to...

The Warrior who can come up with the most nifty, workable, realistic, and proven ways of making my new and controversial blog go viral and spread like wildfire!

While I don't want to release all the details on my blog just yet, or for that matter release the url just yet (I will here shortly), here's a lowdown on what I'm trying to get at...

The blog deals with college students, high school students, and young adults by directly speaking to them and others about certain current issues. However it is not limited those groups only as anyone of any age will find the blog something to talk about. It won't be the nicest blog either...meaning I'm not mr nice guy, and plan on doing a fair share of bashing and maybe even some directed insulting regrading certain issues.

The goal here would be to catch as much attention as possible with everything from a press release, to word of mouth....to get everyone talking about it, and it is an issue that grows more real and serious by the day for people, and most people will get defensive about it too. Anything can be considered...from facebook to forums, to blogging, to whatever to make it work!

One last thing of note is that this won't exactly be something that I can target people through traditional keywords and optimizing for them. So picking a keyword, writing an article blah blah blah ain't really do it.

I'll probably run the contest for 2 or 3 days depending, and if you have any questions than ask away!

Let's get this contest on baby!

#internet marketing #$25 #blog #layed #make #plan #viral
  • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
    Do a humorous video that tackles something in current events. Get people to stumble and digg it and try getting it mentioned on some of the college and young adult targeted websites and blogs out there. I think the college sites just eat that kind of stuff up. Find a way to work an attractive young woman into the video, and you're golden. Humor, beer and attractive (and generally scantily clad) women is what seems to go viral fairly well among that crowd. Mix them together, and you've got a good chance of getting it to go viral.
    • Profile picture of the author e-mail2u
      Run a giveaway campaign if they can get one new visitor to your site they get a free product. Make the give away a good one worth $***** and they will be e-mailing their friends. Here's the catch they only have a limited amount of time before this offer runs out. If the person receiving the e-mail does not visit your site within the set period the referrer loses out.

      Use a script like Tell a friend detonator Xl ... it will run your viral giveaway on auto pilot. So you can concentrate on your blog.

Next Topics on Trending Feed

  • 23 {{ upvoteCount | shortNum }} 5

    1. Lack Of Strategy Many of the tools available to Internet marketers are either cheap or free. As a result, many new marketers are tempted to use them all at once. Successful Internet marketers begin with a strategy that identifies the goals of a campaign, the target audience and other key planning elements. Only then do they choose their tactics. Remember: tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.

  • 11 {{ upvoteCount | shortNum }} 5

    When people think of the term copywriter they will often imagine someone sitting at home or at a caf, tapping away at a laptop and churning out good copy for their immediate employer whether it be a one-off project or a long-standing relationship between a publication (online or print) and the copywriter. Now that might often be correct, but there are different types of copywriters out there. Lets have a look at the main types.

  • 26 {{ upvoteCount | shortNum }} 5

    After five years and almost one thousand projects, give it or take, I believe I have come up with a handful of more or less reliable signs that you're dealing with a bad client. I haven't reinvented the wheel, that's for sure. It's just like in that saying. Maybe I don't know what I want, but I certainly know what I don't want. The same goes here. Maybe I don't know how to find a good client, but I certainly know how to avoid a bad one. Also, I'm far from an ideal list. Sharing experiences regarding bad clients can help a lot. After all, we play in the same team. In addition, I strongly believe in Good Karma principle. Meaning, there's plenty of room and clients for everybody. Deal with real people not with avatars

  • 5 {{ upvoteCount | shortNum }} 5

    Haven't Posted in a long while, been off of the scene on IM even longer. Can anyone offer some advice as to where to get restarted? I've made some income from Fiverr in the past by writing review articles, not sure if Fiverr is still a good platform though. Any help would be greatly appreciate also more than willing to become an apprentice and work for the knowledge, not the money.