Social media & viral effects
The Internet has changed our world view is now recognized by most. But did you know that now control three major players, Facebook, YouTube and Google more than 50% of total Internet traffic?
We have become accustomed to Google is the overriding “higher power” when it comes to showcase beautiful traffiktal and gigantic profits. But actually, Google beaten by several social media like Facebook and YouTube (Google owns YouTube, etc).
And the vast majority of social media offers the opportunity to advertise on strategic locations and targeted some very distinct segments. The social media lies already hold a lot of knowledge about users’ gender, age, interests and other interesting “patterns” that can be very useful to know for marketing purposes.
At C4i Technologies, we keep a watchful eye on all the new opportunities and we are experienced in creating campaigns for social media.
Viral marketing is marketing that takes place “through alternative routes” … It could, for example. start by producing a short film that you put up on YouTube and then draws attention to the movie through other social media, then, in the luckiest and the best case could end up a lot had seen the film and finally chose to make a “conversion “- It means” buy goods “,” perform an action “or similar desirable scenario. It all must of course be carefully adjusted to the target audience, and there are as many failures as successes in this area. At least.
In any case, viral marketing is an exciting area that can provide high returns with little effort.
Social and Viral,