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Do you ever look at other businesses and wonder just how the hell they get their products or services to go viral?
One day they release a product, next minute they've sold 10,000 of them and netted another 10,000 email subscribers in the process (not to mention their MOUNTAIN of Facebook fans).
"Don't get me started on Facebook fans!" I hear you say...
Usually a few weeks later, you see pictures of them on social media in an exotic location, enjoying the fruits of their labour, while you slog it out acquiring each and every customer.
Well, I'll let you in on a little secret...
It's no fluke!
What these people are actually doing is following secret viral growth techniques from the big boys like Dropbox, Twitter and Airbnb (to name a few).
The great news for you is that ANYONE can follow these viral growth techniques. You just need to know what they are and how to apply them to your own online business.
The even better news is, the founders of Social Empire Mark Middo and Corey Topp have created their short introductory course "Social Empire's Viral Launch Blueprint" to show you EXACTLY how.
Here are just a few of the campaigns that Mark and Corey have used these viral techniques for in their businesses...
So if you'd like to find out EXACTLY how they did it, and how you can follow the same strategies to cause your product or service to go viral, simply sign up for the Udemy course now.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
|In this section we are discussing the format of the webinar - what you are going to learn, who we are and why you should be listening to us. We will outline the major reason why you would want to build virality into your business and how this course is not about creating viral content and hoping it creates a business benefit. This is about getting business results and facilitating the word of mouth principles online.|
|Quiz 1||1 question|
Just a quick quiz to make sure you were listening..
|Section 2: Stage 1: Reverse Engineering Large Distribution Networks: airbnb Case Study|
|In this section we will be using the case study airbnb and how they successfully reverse engineered Craigslist to grow their business fast. We are then going to show you how we did the same thing for our start up Reminisce leveraging Facebook and how you could potentially do the same thing with your business.|
|These are the action steps talked about in the airbnb case study.|
|Section 3: Stage 2: Using a Referral System with Incentivised Sharing: DropBox|
|In this section we will be using the case study Dropbox and how they successfully implemented a viral referral system to grow their business fast. We are then going to show you how we did the same thing for our start up and how you could potentially do the same thing with yours.|
|These are the action steps talked about in the Dropbox case study.|
|Section 4: Stage 3: Developing User Onboarding to Create Virality: Case Study Twitter|
|In this section we will be using the case study Twitter and how they successfully used user onboarding to engage users so they became advocates of their service. We are then going to show you how we did the same thing for our start up and how you could potentially do the same thing with yours.|
|These are the action steps talked about in the Twitter case study.|
|Section 5: Final Stage: Putting it all together - Viral Launch Blueprint Action Steps|
|In this section we will combining all the techniques that we spoke about and giving you a viral launch blueprint that you can implement in your business.|
|These are the action steps from the entire course and how you can build virality into the DNA of your business.|
Mark Middo is a serial online entrepreneur, best-selling author of 5 Minute Business and international speaker who has thrived on unconventional thinking. The co-founder of Reminisce Entertainment and Social Empire, Mark is well known for his ability to uncover unique marketing angles and leverage them to create remarkable online revenue growth. Over the last decade, Mark has employed his powerful framework to fuel the success of several online businesses.
Mark’s own story of transformation serves as a real-life testament to the power of his methods. At the age of 20, Mark had made many failed attempts at making a living online and resorted to working as a DJ in one of Melbourne’s most notorious strip clubs. Soon after, Mark applied for university where a burning desire to succeed and succeed quickly saw him plough through a 4 year degree in a mere 2 years. After working his way up the corporate ladder, he was appointed to lead digital at the Formula 1 and went on to work with global brands such as MotoGP, McDonald’s, Renault and Mizuno.
Building on his corporate success, Mark applied his framework to create an online trading indicator in Russia for $150 and sell it to a large currency investment firm in the U.S. for a tidy six figure sum.
Mark then launched his own start up called Reminisce, an online voting system built for nightclubs, with long time friend Corey Topp. Amazed by Reminisce’s instant success, the pair then formed Social Empire so they could help people do exactly what Mark did for Corey – That is to provide a framework, along with the skills and knowledge required to bring an online business idea to life with minimal online marketing experience…
Mark has productised his methods in his international best-selling book 5 Minute Business, which has amassed over 42,000 downloads on Amazon, reaching #1 in the world within the first three days of its release.
As an increasingly prominent expert and influencer in his field, Mark is a mentor for the Founder Institute, a Maven Judge for the Australian Cool Company Awards, the go-to speaker for Australian Government events and has been featured by some of the largest publications in the world – including Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Reuters, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and Anthill Magazine.