On this final installment of the series, Matt Halloran and Kirk Lowe talk about that sought after level of internet success – going viral!
One of the best ways to do this is to pay attention to how other viral pieces are blowing up and grab those important pieces content to formulate your own. But even with great thought leadership, you have to get your blogs out there! So, the most important part to going viral is setting up your nurture sequence so that you can show value to your prospects.
The goal is to engage an audience and become a positive marketing piece to leverage yourself. Social media is also a very important piece to your prospecting and you will want to utilize all the features on all platforms. Tagging, mentioning, and hashtags are just the few that can help you target your audience, and engage them in your practice.
Click below the image to tune in and find out how you can set yourself up to engage audiences and set yourself up to be a viral hit.
You don’t want to miss out on this powerhouse of an episode.
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