Here’s the second part to yesterday’s interview with Tim Ferriss.
As a follow up to Darren Rowse’s three-part interview with Tim Ferriss, I sat down with the author (through the magic of instant messaging) of The 4-Hour Workweek, to discuss efficiency when blogging, media training for bloggers, different content promotion methods, social media, and much much more. Here is the first part of a two-part interview. Tim has a lot of interesting insight to share so please read and enjoy.
Making a truly successful online viral marketing campaign is not an easy feat to accomplish. So when a golden opportunity to see a brilliant execution of a successful viral marketing campaign – and learn from it – presents itself, we’re definitely taking it! Here’s how Warner Bros. pulled it off.
In theory, the way socially driven news and content sites like Digg, Netscape, Reddit and so on work is that the community decides what content is good and what content is bad, and then the content is either buried or promoted to the home-page of the site for mass consumption. But there are always those that try to manipulate these sites to their advantage.
Collactive, which dubs itself as a software service company that enables groups of people to share their opinion with each other and take action collectively, was all over news yesterday, with many people simply calling it a venture-funded way to ‘game’ socially driven news and content sites. Here’s an in-depth look at the what exactly Collactive aims to achieve, whether you should use it, and how exactly to use it.
When Guy made the help wanted post on his site about two weeks ago, I was intrigued and sent him an email right away, hoping to get access to the new service he was launching. Now that the service has officially launched, I can safely share my findings with you.