Twitter Marketing Made Easy – Even If You Are A Newbie Grow Your Online Business, Get Raving Followers, Free Traffic And Sales, Gain Credibility In Your Niche! Mission-Surf (Kindle Edition)

Twitter Marketing Made Easy - Even If You Are A Newbie Grow Your Online Business, Get Raving Followers, Free Traffic And Sales, Gain Credibility In Your Niche! Mission-Surf

Dear Struggling Internet Marketer,No doubt you’ve heard about Twitter.com as a great place to get traffic and grow your business.Have You Discovered The Power Of Twitter Yet? Twitter quickly became the word on every marketers lips because of the amazing benefits Twitter can offer them to, simply put – make more money online!Some of the major benefits of using Twitter are…It’s 100% Free To Join & UseIt’s Quick & Easy To UseYou Can Brand Your BusinessYou Can Grow Your FollowingYou Can Get Traffic For FreeYou Can Mingle With Others In Your NicheIt’s Fun & When Done Right…Super Effective For Business!You see, Twitter is a simple mini-blogging/social network site where anyone can join, mingle, follow others, get followers and share info (links) with each other.More marketers are seeing the huge potential of Twitter and some are using it exclusively as an advertising resource to make thousands of dollars online every month!Yes, the potential on Twitter to market your bus (more…)

Viral Loop: From Facebook to Twitter, How Today's Smartest Businesses Grow Themselves (Hardcover)

Viral Loop: From Facebook to Twitter, How Today's Smartest Businesses Grow Themselves

From Publishers Weekly

In this clear-eyed collection of case studies, Fast Company contributing writer and NYU journalism professor Penenberg examines the engine driving the growth of web 2.0 businesses like Flickr, YouTube and eBay to Facebook and Twitter: the viral loop. The concept behind a viral loop is simple-in order to use the product, you have to spread it, thus creating massive, user-driven growth cycles-after all, Penenberg explains, social networks like Facebook are worthless to a user if one’s friends aren’t also using the products. Viral loops are nothing new, of course, and Penenberg has certainly done his homework, tracing the concept back through its analog roots via entertaining and enlightening anecdotes about companies like Tupperware, which used “parties” to turn ordinary housewives into an army of sales reps, to Charles Ponzi-yes, he of the Ponzi scheme, a viral scam recently taken to historic levels by Bernie Madoff. Penenberg truly succeeds, howev (more…)

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