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What is Viral Marketing ? - albertocosta - 03-18-2019

What is Viral Marketing ?

RE: What is Viral Marketing ? - jonathan brown - 03-18-2019


Viral Marketing is that which is able to generate interest and the potential sale of a brand or product through messages that spread like a virus, in other words, quickly, and from person to person. The idea is for it to be the users themselves that choose to share the content.

Due to their speed and ease to share, social networks are the natural habitat of this kind of marketing. The most widespread example in recent times is the creation of moving, surprising or spectacular videos on YouTube, which are then shared on Facebook, Twitter and other channels.

RE: What is Viral Marketing ? - websiteee - 03-18-2019

Viral Marketing is an effective strategy to generate interest and potential sales for a brand or products through a message that spread likes a virus. It uses various strategy to share information likes message, video ads and short video ads.

RE: What is Viral Marketing ? - Mangat Singh Dhiman - 03-20-2019

Viral marketing is marketing that stimulates social communication about a company, product, or service. Viral marketing is a way to get information out about a business.

RE: What is Viral Marketing ? - SearchEngineLabs - 04-24-2019

Viral marketing or viral advertising is a business strategy that uses existing social networks to promote a product. Its name refers to how consumers spread information about a product with other people in their social networks, much in the same way that a virus spreads from one person to another.

RE: What is Viral Marketing ? - jackanderson - 04-25-2019

Viral marketing or viral publicizing is a business technique that utilizes existing interpersonal organizations to advance an item. Its name alludes to how customers spread data about an item with other individuals in their informal communities, much similarly that an infection spreads starting with one individual then onto the next.