College On tonight’s live show: I’ll premier for you a funny video from a talented 10 year old filmmaker and let you watch live as I make it go viral. Then I’ll share with you some techniques for doing the exact same thing to your videos. A video going “viral” and getting huge traffic isn’t random chance. There are specific steps you take to cause it to go viral and these are skills you really need to know. That’s why you’re gonna really want to tune in tonight!
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Prices Welcome to the July 17, 2009 edition of Bill’s online marketing carnival. The submissions are all in and we review each of them to only bring you useful online marketing tips. There were many great submissions. They covered a wide variety of topics. Everything from SEO and affiliate marketing to general advice about how to run an online business. Drop me a comment on this post and let me if these were useful!
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You’re really going to want to hear the big announcement I’m making on Tuesday night. There’s going to be fun, $4,000 in prizes, huge discounts… and Fireworks! (ok… maybe no fireworks, but I wish there were)
Normally a new website will stick up a default page titled “Hello World!”. It does this to prove that the site is installed and everything is working, only to be manually deleted immediately after. As I hovered over the “delete” button to send this very post to the trash – I paused. After hundreds – maybe thousands – of “Hello World!” posts I have slain in my life, I realized that this title summed up exactly what I wanted to write about.