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Feedback on viral mailing lists

rmray225
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Feedback on viral mailing lists

Are the viral mailing lists such as Adchiever a worthy option? They are free for the most part but I doubt they can be successful since people only use them to send their own ads. Have any of you had any success using the viral mailing lists?
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joelhuang22
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The concept of a viral list builder is strongly tied to the idea of adding people to your so-called downline. A downline is a list of people that have signed up under your affiliate link to the list mailer in question. They are assigned to you. When they refer people, their own downline is also associated to you.
You will get profit if you use it correctly:

Traffic – to the landing page of your choice that you mention in your emails sent through the mailers
Money – either by referrals to your mailer or by selling items, subscriptions or services through your landing page
Reach – you can connect to an additional audience that you might not have reached if you relied only on search traffic.
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joelhuang22
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Viral marketing has generated a lot of excitement recently, in part because it seems like the ultimate free lunch: Pick some small number of people to seed your idea, product, or message; get it to go viral, and then watch while it spreads effortlessly to reach millions.
Fortunately, it is possible for companies to benefit from the insights of viral marketing while avoiding its most serious pitfalls. We propose an approach called big-seed marketing, which combines viral-marketing tools with old-fashioned mass media in a way that yields far more predictable results than “purely” viral approaches like word-of-mouth marketing.
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leanngordon
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It is possible for organizations to gain from the insights of advertising while avoiding its pitfalls. We suggest a strategy called big-seed advertising, which unites viral-marketing tools with conservative mass media in a manner that yields a lot more predictable results than "only" viral approaches such as word advertising. Viral advertising has generated a great deal of excitement lately, in part because it looks like the ultimate free lunch: Select a few small number of individuals to seed your own idea, product, or message; buy it to go viral, see while it spreads easily to achieve millions.
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