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Sunday, November 9, 2008

How to Use Viral Real Estate Marketing on MySpace

By Dr. Matthew Loop

Alright, some of you are probably wondering, "What the heck is viral marketing?" Let me clear something up fast. "Viral marketing" is in no way related to a computer virus. On the contrary, this term is referring to a marketing plan which propagates like a virus. Simply put, from one person to the next at high speed.

It's also known as buzz marketing, using its smart tactics to create a huge "buzz" among social networks online. Real estate investors especially, like agents, brokers, and the like, have harnessed the power of viral marketing. It's time for you to be in on the secret.

Let me give you a clear example. Picture sending an email, message or bulletin about one aspect of real estate to 100 people, and 15 of those 100 send it to 100 more, and 15 of those folks send it to 100 more and so on and so forth, until you have reached hundreds of thousands.

This is the magic of viral marketing, spreading your word to more consumers than you ever thought possible. You aren't going to believe the power that you have when you market your business this way. Like a religion, you'll be converting people to your message, and they will then spread that message to others.

When you tap into the secret power of the popularity of online games, videos, graphics, and other programs on sites like YouTube, you'll create a great network of friends and proponents of your business.

Take advantage of this viral approach when you send out any messages, bulletins, comments and blogs into the market. My training series is comprised of 30 easy-to-follow videos that will take you step by step to your own success in real estate, chiropractic practice, network marketers and so many more.

In actuality, I caution you against marketing directly on any of your profiles, as it can come across as "spammy" and will quickly turn your potential real estate prospects off. Additionally, MySpace will also delete your account, flag your email and take your IP address so you cannot participate on the network again.

You don't want to lose your opportunity to harness the power of Web 2.0, so make sure you do it the right way from the beginning. Draw a huge friend list with a personable profile, and begin to market ever so softly to your new friends.

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