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The Seven Most Clever Viral Marketing Stunts | Ask Rea Maor (dot ...
We may be seeing the twilight of viral marketing. It isn’t nearly the fad it once was. Which is a mixed blessing, because on the one hand most people find viral marketing tactics to be as annoying as a symphony composed for scratching chalkboards and rubbing balloons, but on the other hand the really big viral marketing efforts become legends that get talked about years later in articles like this one. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari – A German expressionist film from the 1920s. What, you thought viral marketing was a new thing? This example is notable for being the first – they advertised it with posters which ... market research, surveys and trends
What Is Viral Marketing?
Traditional marketing is about promoting the product, showing how good it is, giving it centre stage – and generally footing the cost for all of the advertisements distribution. Viral marketing, instead, is based on the strategy that if a product or information is useful, unusual and/or funny individuals will instead pass on the message to others free of charge, creating the potential for exponential growth in the message’s exposure and influence. Like viruses, such strategies take advantage of rapid multiplication to explode the message to thousands, to millions. Off the Internet, viral marketing has been referred ... market research, surveys and trends

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Draper Fisher Jurvetson - Viral Marketing
A lot of the energy behind the Internet is the ability for everyone to be a publisher. Consequently, we are in a land grab for precious spectrum - people's attention. Attention is finite. Rising above the noise of a thousand voices requires creativity. Shouting is not very creative. Just hanging up a web shingle and hoping for visitors is not very creative. Rather, new companies can structure their businesses in a way that allows them to grow like a virus and lock out the existing bricks and mortar competitors through innovative pricing and exploitation of these competitors' legacy distribution channel conflict. In ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
DFJ - Viral Marketing
HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Fri, 09 Jul 1999 10:04:33 GMT Server: Apache/1.3.3 (Unix) Last-Modified: Wed, 23 Dec 1998 22:44:38 GMT ETag: "210cda-5a5d-36817256" Accept-Ranges: bytes Content-Length: 23133 Connection: close Content-Type: text/html "The award for Internet marketing buzzword of the year goes to 'viral marketing.'" -- Iconocast, December 16, 1998 A lot of the energy behind the Internet is the ability for everyone to be a publisher. Consequently, we are in a land grab for precious spectrum - people's attention. Attention is finite. Rising above the noise of a thousand voices ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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In racking up over $1.1 billion at the worldwide box office, the series has put the tiny upstart studio Summit on the map and demonstrated that billion-dollar grosses can happen even on a bargain budget. Just take a gander at those profit margins. The first movie in the franchise -- 2009’s “Twilight -- cost $37 million and grossed $392.5 worldwide, roughly 10 times its production costs. Its sequel, “New Moon,” was an even bigger success, banking $709.7 million worldwide, while costing $50 million to produce. That represents a 14-fold return on Summit’s investment. The third installment, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
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The Dark Knight Batman movie and attention planning for viral ...
in the viral marketing success of The Dark Knight, the record-breaking latest movie in the Batman franchise discussed in detail below. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Is The Franchise Industry Using Social Media Marke... - Community Home
Social media. Those two words, (if you’re online a lot) are quite popular. They’re so popular that if you search them on a search engine like Bing, you’ll see that there are 191 million results. If you do the same search on Google, it will yield about 227 million results.   The franchise industry, as a whole, has not exactly been an “early adopter” of social media, especially, social media marketing.   Let’s start out by defining social media. Brian Solis, one of the brightest, and most influential of all the social media and public relations specialists, defines it as “the online tools that people use to share ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Research - Marketing - Stanford GSB
A low-cost incubator designed to save premature babies in impoverished areas got a boost from the 21st century world of viral communications recently when a group of students went to work with Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, and raised $4,000 to support the firm building the incubator. Both the incubator — called Embrace — and the idea for viral marketing came out of separate classes at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Professor Seenu Srinivasan is recognized internationally for his work on consumer choice and sales force compensation, but as his peers testified during a gathering celebrating his ...
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Small Business Blog - Viral Marketing and Brand Recognition
Nationwide Insurance is running an ad campaign that ought to become a classic both as a viral campaign and for getting web surfers actively involved with their insurance brand. The ad campaign features a series of humorous videos tied to a contest. Visitors to the site are asked to look at 30 videos and find the five videos that include their logo within the video. Each of the scenes depicts scenes of "Life coming at you fast" - scenes in which unexpected accidents happen. But what keeps you clicking on the videos is the challenge of finding which five of them have the Nationwide Insurance frame in the video so you ...
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Paul: Any franchise that would discount or waive the franchise fees would be quite suspect, in my opinion, since this material change to the franchise agreement would mean that the franchisor would have to stop selling franchises and amend its Franchise Disclosure Document. In addition, in any states that the FDD is registered, the franchisor would have re-register the FDD. Any franchise willing to do that to make a sale to one franchisee would make me question the strength, viability, and quality of that franchise and franchisor. I would suggest that the opposite from your supposition is accurate - any franchisor that is ...