Viral Strategies

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Viral Strategies
« on: 02-13-2019, 11:20:34 »
What are the viral strategies on Facebook and how can we easily apply them in our online business ?


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Re: Viral Strategies
« Reply #1 on: 02-18-2019, 06:15:19 »
On Facebook in particular, going viral means that a post has generated a great deal of attention in the form of a high number of likes, shares and comments.
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Re: Viral Strategies
« Reply #2 on: 03-28-2019, 07:32:20 »
You really have to target and focus content on a particular marketplace and provide solid information. Or just use a stupid cat photo. JK
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Re: Viral Strategies
« Reply #3 on: 04-04-2019, 05:55:56 »
Viral promoting. Viral showcasing or viral publicizing is a business methodology that utilizes existing informal communities to advance an item. Its name alludes to how shoppers 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...

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Re: Viral Strategies
« Reply #4 on: 04-04-2019, 10:14:51 »
Hi!
- You should use reactive storytelling
There is a simple insight into human behavior that many marketers don’t realize is being used by many of the top brands around the world.
This tactic is what I call reactive storytelling and is something utilized in the status update. The tactic is simple yet one of the most effective and sure-fire approaches to generating a little buzz.
It’s a communication tactic that I call Reactive storytelling. It’s the intentional integration of a top of mind story or idea with a compelling marketing message that your audiences finds relevant and compelling.

Here’s a great example of reactive storytelling from the folks at Las Vegas Tourism reacting to Prince Harry and his over the top (epic) weekend in Sin City. Unlike Skittles, they took their story further than just a Facebook post and implemented an entire campaign around the incident. We all know the saying, “What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas”, it’s the mantra of the city. So when pictures of Prince Harry having a couple drinks and walking around naked surfaced the web, Las Vegas took offense to the notion that “the code” was officially broken. Here is how they told the story:

- Las Vegas took the idea of utilizing Prince Harry’s scandal to a whole new level with the launch of a microsite.
On this site consumers have the ability to report people who violate the code through Facebook Connect.
From there, users who have broken the code before or are planning to visit Vegas in the near future can take an oath to abide by the rules of “The Code”.

- When Vegas launched their #KnowTheCode hashtag on twitter it hit the Trending Topics within a few hours.
Influencers caught the hashtag and were quickly to jump on the bandwagon and show their support for Harry and show their appreciation for the speed
in which Las Vegas leveraged this unexpected media!

- Facebook has confirmed that images are shared, commented on and liked 2x more often than a simple text status update.
Thus, using compelling visuals that tell your story can be a great way to generate additional buzz for your concept online.
Las Vegas launched this campaign with a compelling twist on the iconic “Keep Calm and Carry on” poster by adding the word Harry at the end along with the #KnowTheCode hashtag and URL.

- Generate Earned Media
Whether it was Los Angeles Times‎ or the Vancouver Sun, everyone was talking about the Las Vegas Marketing team when they launched this reactive campaign.
The earned media alone reached more than 1 Million views and generated more buzz around the keywords Vegas on Google over the last 12 months.

So why not use responsive storytelling for your social networks? It’s an approach that has worked for Las Vegas, The Avengers, and even small businesses.

- Be creative with your call to actions

You may have a great following on Facebook and…you may have used responsive storytelling to get there. That’s great. But you can always be better.
Sparking conversations solely from sharing great content is awesome. However, sparking conversations with great content and a unique call to action is even better.
Why is it better? Because it’s an easy way to increase the number of likes on a post.
After a reader sees a call to action telling them to “Like” or “Share” this post from a brand they have a relationship with, they often listen.
And after that, your content is in front of their friends. And their friends.
But don’t stop with a simple “Like this post” update. Be unique like Madden NFL and give people options that are less about you and more about them.
Call it sneaky, I call it “Like Bait”.

- Get Personal using location & language filters
If I ever had a trick that I hold close to my heart this would be it. It’s one that not many people utilize but it’s one that can  be a game changer.
Facebook Targetting Trick for Making Posts Go Viral

That’s it.

Control the reach of your post based on location or language. Sounds simple? It is. But it’s also a great way to deliver very niche and relevant messages to a specific audience. For example, do you have both Toronto Maple Leaf and Montreal Canadian Fans on your page? If so, most likely, they’ll live in the hometown of that respective team. Thus, it would be smart to target a “Go Leafs!” update specifically to people in Toronto and a “Go Canadians!” post specifically to those found in Montreal.

Another example is when you use this for languages.

Pepsi Post | Ramadan and Eid
Imagine translating this into Arabic and target people who have arabic listed as their language. That’s how you keep your fans.

Keep in mind that at the end of the day, you’re writing, creating and developing these great status updates to raise awareness and increase engagement on your page.
There are tons of other strategies to generate awareness on Facebook but these three are some of my favourite tips.

If you are have a Facebook page for your brand, you have to take the time and tell a compelling story.
If you don’t have the time, don’t waste your customers time by filling up their newsfeeds with boring content.
Or if you are willing to spend money to tell your story effectively, hire someone to help you plan and develop compelling content.

Remember, making a viral post isn’t impossible. However, sustaining a loyal following without a compelling story is.
« Last Edit: 04-04-2019, 10:19:48 by fivebbc-social-media »
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