Why Viral Marketing Can’t be Done for Free

Due to the nature of viral marketing, once a campaign has begun, it spreads like wildfire. The client will benefit from day one of the campaign and will forever have a footprint on the internet, even after the campaign is discontinued.

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5 Responses to “Why Viral Marketing Can’t be Done for Free”

  1. Tola Says:

    Agreed! As someone who works in Marketing in the Digital realm I def take note of how quickly a campaign spreads. The new business that a client can get from one simple campaign is endless. New business = new ventures = new money!

  2. ChicaGOrilla Says:

    I totally agree. PAY WHAT YOU OWE!!!

  3. StarLIT PR Says:

    exactly right! I was surprised there was not much literature out there on this subject, but I guess we’re just a leaders in this market. LOL

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  5. RAHZILLA Says:

    I agree viral marketing has a long standing effect and a client can benefit greatly from it. Moreover, ain’t nothing free especially when you talk about putting together a strategic campaign.

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