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Going Viral™ was started to promote and support Local Artist, Performers, Entertainers, those with Digital Material (Photos, Videos, Music) could post in the group, and their fellow members would Comment, Critique, and Share Each Others Work... With so many people dedicated to sharing, Our Work would Go Viral! So FOr the Next 30 Minutes will be Uninterrupted Local and Indie Music...
We will discuss what it takes to have a business or opportunity go viral. Disscussion on using social media, evoving technologies, and other methods. Show will then introduce an Opportunity that just started. We will see where it is at now and how to move at a fast pace on taking it viral. Your hosts for the show will be Serial Entrepreneur Barry White and Financial Guru Fabian Harris guest speakers will include Lord Tomer and Dr Kenneth Lewis Sr.
This week we'll be discussing the case of Chris Harris, a school board member from a small town in Northeast Texas who shared racist views on Facebook following the acquittal of Darren Wilson and rioting in Ferguson, MO. Images of those racist statements were posted to Logicast host Jared Smith's blog, where the story was picked up by the national media and went viral. The ensuing coverage has left a small town deeply divided and Chris Harris has now tendered his resignation.
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"Upfront & Straightforward" Host Alan Roger Currie conducts another "Open Forum Discussion," with this one focusing ont he controversial video featuring actress Shoshana B. Roberts alleging that many men in major cities are guilty of "street harassment"
Special guest: Ms. Allison Sesso from the HollaBack! organization
The controversial video on "street harassment"
Related article by Alan Roger Currie
A previous interview and discussion related to this topic
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The key to developing and implementing a low-cost earned media campaign is getting your target market to share your integrated marketing communications (IMC) across their perspective sphere of influence. The art of leveraging by aligning with the reach of others cannot be understimated relative to generating brand awareness, brand credibility, and brand loyalty for your organization - large, mid-level, or small. That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
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Amy Alkon's Advice Goddess Radio: "Nerd Your Way To A Better Life!" with the best brains in science. (***"Best Of" replay due to the holiday -- live shows again starting in January, with some very exciting luminaries of behavioral science!) Tonight's show explores what drives word-of-mouth -- that sometimes free but always highly valuable person-to-person advertising and recommending of products, ideas, and behaviors. My guest tonight, Wharton marketing professor Dr. Jonah Berger, will debunk the myths and lay out what the research says about how we can design products, ideas, and behaviors so people will talk about them. In other words, so they'll catch on. Berger's book we'll be discussing is Contagious: Why Things Catch On. Join me and all my fascinating guests every Sunday, 7-8 p.m. PT, 10-11 p.m. ET, at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher. My show's sponsor is Audible.com. Get a free audiobook download and support this show financially at no cost to you by signing up for a free 30-day trial at audibletrial.com/amya (It's $14.95 after 30 days, but you can cancel before then and have it cost you nothing.) Please order my new book, the science-based and funny "Good Manners For Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck," -- only $9.48 at Amazon.
It’s time to get your attendees and their friends to do the work for you, and spread your marketing like a virus. Join us for a rundown of new media marketing tactics, onto a ride on The Gravy Train, and then dial in to share your thoughts on making your events go viral.
Special Guest(s): Suzanne Carawan, CEO and Interactive Marketing Expert, The Golden Goose Group
Howard Lewinter welcomes to the Wednesday Edition of Talk Business With Howard , Stephen Voltz and Fritz Grobe (akaThe Coke and Mentos Guys). Stephen and Fritz are co-founders of EepyBird Studios - and the co-authors of the book: The Viral Video Manifesto: How Everything You Know Is Wrong And What Really Works. Stephen and Fritz will share with you how to get your company's videos noticed and go viral.
The video has gone around the world. At the 107th Holy Convocation, Supt. Earl Carter preached a controversial message about sin and the alternative lifestyle. A young man took the courage to declare his deliverance and the world laughed at him. Do we owe him an apology? We are going to explore this situation and come to an understanding about this whole situation.
Yesterday's stunning NBA sanction against LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling occurred in record time after the recording of his racist rant went viral, once again proving the power of social media and the Internet. That was the impetus behind another meme that made the news this week, courtesy of the Heartland Institute. The problem is, they twisted the quote from revered comedian George Carlin so that it appeared he was endorsing their nihilistic anti-government point of view. And then the fun started. MOMocrats Cynematic, Karoli and Donna Schwartz Mills talk politics discussion from the progressive point of view. Produced by Engender Media Group.
Blogging is a great way to brand yourself in your industry. By posting fresh and curated content on a regular basis, you start a conversation with the people who visit your blog.
In this episode you'll learn some of the secrets of creating attention grabbing headlines and compelling content. We'll discuss the structure of an exciting post:
Headline: This is the title of your post.
Opening: or the hook that keeps them wanting to read ore.
Body: this is where your best tips, or the meat, of your blog post.
Closing: the paragraph or two that wraps it up and can have a call to action.
You'll also hear a few tips on using someone elses' content and a little about guest blogging.