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Rob February 22, 2011 at 2:42 am

Thanks Justin. It seems a couple of campaigns like this can trigger an avalanche. Did you put much effort in leaving comments on big time blogs when you started out? Any strategy regarding that? Worth the effort? Thanks.


Justin Brooke February 28, 2011 at 4:45 pm

No blog comments aren’t a good space to be promoting your own stuff. Could really backfire if you were promoting your website by commenting on other blogs and got caught.


mike March 8, 2011 at 11:38 am

but at the same time, commenting on relevant blogs with useful information *can* be helpful. if the blog has lots of traffic, then you are bound to have a few people visit your site via your comment – if it adds value to the conversation.

if your viral post is somewhere near the top of your blog or easily accessible, then they will be more likely to see it when they stop over to visit

not sure if that is what you were asking or not, but hope it helps.



semmy February 22, 2011 at 8:47 am

Hi Justin thank you very much for your tips!! Especially your statement,

“The argument might be made that, that it’s easy for me because I have so many friends in the industry. But I was not born with those friends, and I had to build up relations with them just like anyone else would have.”

I really love it! Someone always make an excuse, but you always prove it! thanks for your share


Justin Brooke February 28, 2011 at 4:46 pm

It’s alot easier to make excuses than it is to make success, that’s why so there’s so many excuse makers ;-D


Maggie February 23, 2011 at 4:52 pm

Hey Justin,
Awesome, content. I think that even if you didn’t have so called “Friends” you can still get a campaign going viral, through Socially Bookmarking and notifying your “Friends” on Facebook. If the campaign was good enough and as you say noteworthy, it will spread like wildfire. To Twitter it and ask to spread the word if they think it worthwhile I think would be the frosting on the cake.
Love and Light


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