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People go viral on a daily basis for negative and positive reasons and its in your best interest to choose or prepare how you want to be seen in the event that you go viral.
If you go viral for the wrong reason, hmmm, depression will ruin you.
Viral moments stem from a funny or educative comment or post you made somewhere online.
Start by cleaning up your Social Media..
Optimize your timelines across the Social media you use.
Create a conversion funnel.
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Delete all those posts or comments you truly would not want to be associated with should you go viral. Reduce the amount of sharing of posts on your timeline, you don’t want people finding out that you barely have original post on social media.
Start talking about your business.
If you go viral now, what products can we find online linked to you? If we search on Google or Facebook or Instagram and we discover you are not worth the hype or we find dirt on you.
When you optimize your social media, we should be able to see something substantial about you, books or physical products you sell, services you render.
Such viral moments will increase sales for whatever product you already have online, because everyone wants to know more about this “new viral person”.
Do you have an email list for subscribers where you can always email them about new products?
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Are they visible on your social media?
Viral moments don’t last and so you want to capture and retain as much new customers as you can.
I learnt this one from Edirin Edewor, beautiful lady, business minded.
So, have you done any of this? Let me know in the comments section.
Anyhoo, see you in next post…