Viral Marketing

How I Got My eBook Reviewed for Free by Dozens of Bloggers (#MyBlogGuest Case Study)

Monday, December 2nd, 2013

Last month MyBlogGuest added a new cool feature: eBooks gallery. It's meant for both amateur and professional (digital) book writers who need to spread a word about their books. It's a most unintrusive outreach method: You don't pitch bloggers anything Instead, you write about your book, upload to the gallery and let blogger ...

My Viral Content Buzz Case Study: How to Get Found on the Internet

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

Last year we announced our new kid: Viral Content Buzz. We've been diligently going through (and beyond) the To-Do list since then and even though the project can be considered pretty established now, I still have my wow moments with it. One of them is a little case study of how ...

15 Cartoonists That Allow Using Their Web Comics for Free

Monday, January 14th, 2013

We all know how strong is image appeal. Very often a blog posts goes viral only because it starts with a great image. We also know that we cannot use just any images we find on the web: we need to respect the creator's copyright. Luckily there are some absolutely awesome creative ...

How Engaging an Online Video Can Really Be?

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

I've been seriously researching (and experimenting with) video as an online marketing tool recently. There are perfect examples of successful viral marketing campaigns with videos. But this is not what I wanted to emphasize (and ask your opinion about) in this post. What I wanted to focus on in this short ...

How Guest Blogging Made Me 5-Figures in 2009

Monday, January 4th, 2010

The following is the the first post in the series of guest blogging success stories. The series is dedicated to my new venture My Blog Guest, the community of guest bloggers. I am building the site where you can build links and your brand completely for free and by ...

Practical Guide to Finding Link Bait Inspiration

Friday, September 25th, 2009

One of those tactics that keep working for me is creating viral pieces (like long lists full of cool images) that attracts thousands of visitors and dozens of links. People seem to never grow tired of "20+ Weird Something" (I myself am guilty of regularly sharing these types of content ...

Baiting for Links with Fake Websites

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

I love original and unique ideas that promote themselves. Creating content that spreads is art and you are unable to generate dozens of unique and catchy ideas weekly: sometimes a person creates something truly unique once in a lifetime. Still, there are some tactics behind crafting something that becomes viral. One ...