In an effort to build a business that is worth more than the sum of its parts, some entrepreneurs are using the power of viral marketing to create their own viral video that goes viral.
The idea is to build an online platform that is the perfect fit for your business, but that can also be used to build something that is unique to your brand.
In some cases, the videos are used to generate viral leads and revenue, while in others they serve as a showcase for your latest product or service.
The best viral video can be a success for a startup because it can help it attract the attention of investors and attract media attention.
Here are five ways to use viral marketing on your startup to build your business.1.
Social media marketingWith your business’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages, there is no shortage of opportunities to build buzz and build an audience.
Your social media pages are also a great place to promote your business because it allows you to reach a wider audience.
For example, if you use Facebook’s viral video feature to promote a product, you can use the video to sell it on your social media page.2.
Keyword marketingSocial media is a great way to get a good amount of traffic to your website.
The keyword that matters to a website is important to the traffic that comes through your website, so be sure to find the right keywords to target your audience.
For example, you could write a viral campaign that talks about the beauty of wearing your hair in a bun.
You could post a video with a stylist who has worked with celebrities who wear their hair in bun.
Or, you might use a video to promote an app that lets you find people who like to dress up in the way you like to wear your hair.3.
Live videoYou can also use live video to create an event that you can’t do on a regular basis.
For instance, you may be able to produce an event at your business where you can present your brand to the entire community, with a live event streamer or you could create a video for your friends that can be viewed in real time.4.
Video contentYour content can also become viral if it is a compelling video that appeals to your audience or your product.
For a video that speaks to your product or brand, it might be a video about your product that has a simple theme.
For instance, if your video is about how you make a product that helps you live more energy-efficiently, you should use a compelling story that speaks about how your product helps you to live more efficiently.
The same is true if you want to make your videos about your team or about the product that your company is selling.5.
Social promotionYou can make a great viral video about the success of your brand, and then use social media to create a series of social media posts to share your brand with your followers.
For every post that you make on your company’s social media channels, you’ll have the opportunity to post on Instagram and Facebook to promote the posts.
This is a video you could put up on your business’ Facebook page and on your website’s pages, but it could also be shared on Twitter or YouTube, depending on how popular the video is.
For more on viral marketing, read Startup Guide to Social Media.
Read more articles by Adam Rachman, Co-founder and CEO of Salt Life Ventures, on Business Insider