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Sometimes what happens, socially with older blogs is that they get picked up by a media writer, think Yahoo columns. They'll credit you and link back but won't even ask you. Maybe someone found it and posted on Reddit or tumblr. Because you have a picture of Gandhi and the title itself is kind ...

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I specialize in handling digital marketing with small businesses in Toronto. Most of the small business owners have a limited budget and they are overwhelmed by the fact as to how they can compete with the bigger players out there. The solution is to use a combination of inbound & paid marketing...

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Hello! First some questions. Are you working in a specific local market? What have you done to attract clients in the past? How did it work? Do you have a client base now? Have you tried any referral marketing at all? What are you teaching?

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Yes FB is very strict about 20% test rule on the images. I typically do this.. 1 - Find an awesome image form free website (here are some) http://www.gratisography.com/ www.unsplash.com 2 - Add text or puzzle I want on this image 3 - Check the 20% rule using FB grid tool https://www.facebook.c...

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For the sake of getting your question answered here it would help to simplify but that aside without firm stats on engagement and sharing it would be difficult to say however with the paid expansion of game like Flappy Bird, Angry Birds I would say viral apps come close to if not over a k-factor ...

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If your product relies heavily on a successful growth-loop through social sharing, you simply *must* run the social component "live in the stream." The value of the data you will collect far outweighs any concerns over someone guessing what you're doing by the social shares. See my answer about...

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It sounds like you want all your "new customers" to register with their credit card info so that you can verify that it isn't someone just referring themselves via zombie email addresses. That makes sense, otherwise you'd be giving away a lot of rewards for fake referrals. When people send refer...

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The viral strategy needs to be a natural extension to the app that requires SMS - not sure you want to just use it for the sake of it being viral (seems forced). A perfect example of this is the Twist app. The app tells someone you are meeting with when you will arrive. When you set up a twist ...

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