Top 10 Viral Campaign Ideas for Ecommerce Retailers [Infographic]
December 22, 2015
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As an ecommerce retailer, you know your online marketing campaign performance has a direct effect on your bottom line. If you lack social engagement, you’ll miss out on a lot of potential sales, or leads at the very least. So how do you fix this? Focus on enhancing your brand image. Let potential buyers know you exist. This all sounds good in theory, but where do you start? Simple – develop a content marketing plan that encourages viral sharing.
Viral marketing has one clear purpose, above all else – put your brand on the map. If done correctly, brand awareness will reach an all time high with every unique campaign. Here’s the top ten viral campaign ideas for ecommerce retailers. As a general rule, viral campaigns should invite, encourage and reward customers for engaging. Think outside the box, and your efforts will always be rewarded.
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