Some companies have worries when starting their Facebook pages. They think that this will lead to crises they cannot handle. They think the burden will be too big. For those who use a time consuming setup, I am sure that this is also the case when all hell breaks loose.
This blog post is perhaps more about how affiliates have to adjust their business models to fit the social media landscape. Most of them have been spoiled by the simplicity of working in an SEO friendly world, however as SEO is becoming increasingly dependent upon social interactions with users, the affiliates who wish to have a lasting life, might just want to read further.
First off I wanted to talk about viral campaigns and how to generate traffic through them. I talked about my 5 C’s for viral marketing (book still not out … doh…) and I discussed how one could start the analysis by answering the question of where the problem really is.
In reality, social media is not fast, it is not like a grilling party and it is not the most suitable forum for creating lasting relationships with your customers. The success stories I have seen, and the selling practices I have engaged in, so far, that have been truly successful, are all connected with direct call to action and sales cycles. They have completely lacked the remarkable content, nor have they focused on transparency.
Tweet My second talk at SEMKonferansen in Oslo, Norway, was about SPAM in social media. I have studied a lot of spam tactics over the years as spammers have a tendency to pick up new technologies, loop holes and other such methods very fast. I learn from them, adopt their inventions and use the triggers [...]
Tweet I am currently at the Dialogue conference in Strömstad, Sweden. I have just had my talk and I am eager to share some of my feelings from Stockholm departure until now. It has truly been a weird trip so far. I will update this post with my presentation, with references and with insights from [...]