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  • http://codecondo.com/ Alex

    Thank you, Jeff.

  • Chris

    Hi Jeff,
    Thanks for the advice!
    Some of them we are using right now to promoot our New iPad app Easy Annotate. It’s a unique app but still it is very hard to get out there.
    Your advice will surely help.
    Thank, Chris.

  • http://www.inspiration.co.uk Ash Mashhadi (@inspirationguy)

    Love the post and there are some great tips here. I’m not keen on tagging though myself. I prefer to be actively engaged about a post rather than being ‘poked’ at the end of it. It’s a popular technique and I’m not into dictating how others should behave, but if I’m going to mention a thought leader I would rather look for a way to include them in an actual sentence. What do other people think?

    • Mark Lerner

      That is a good point, however, like I said – The method I used worked fairly well and I think if done correctly can have excellent results.

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    Very solid, practical tips and I’ll definitely be using a few of these!

  • Calle Göransson

    Maybe not a studie but here are the six principles to determine if something gone viral or not:
    1. Gives away products or services

    2. Provides for effortless transfer to others

    3. Scales easily from small to very large

    4. Exploits common motivations and behaviors

    5. Utilizes existing communication networks

    6. Takes advantage of others resources

    • Mark Lerner

      Very interesting feedback, thanks!

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  • Billings Tanaa

    I always thought tagging people without their consent was rude. I’m sure moderation is the keyword here. Thanks Mark

    • http://www.praverb.net/ Praverb

      Tagging people definitely works. For the longest time I neglected this tactic.

      • Mark Lerner

        I agree, tagging does work, as long as its done tactfully. For example, writing a blog post that mentions someone – you can then tag them. This has worked well for me in the past.

        • http://www.praverb.net/ Praverb

          You are correct this definitely works.

  • The Writers Social

    We like the tagging method and do appreciate the thank you’s that come but that is really not why we do it of course. It’s amazing to me how many people say thank you but never re tweet or share the post they them self wrote on to other social media sites.

    Great article, of course I will be sharing it on my site for my readers. Thanks for the information Jeff and Mark.

    • Mark Lerner

      Thanks for your feedback!

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