Partner at The Flea
15 July 2007 08:04am
A client will be soon launching a networking site targeted to 16-23 year olds.
Since the budget is tight he is looking for only online activities. I am listing a few I have thought of:
2. Paid bloggers.
3. Social bookmarking
4. Viral film.
5. Branded Microsite
6. Online PR
7. PPC ads
Can you add more to this list?
Founding Partner at Naked Penguin Boy Ltd
16 July 2007 08:57am
I would like to also suggest that you look at:
Hope that helps
All the best
E-Business Consultant at Dan Barker
16 July 2007 09:05am
hi, Sunil, how are you?
it depends what you mean by 'networking' (more details would be nice), but 'member-get-member' would probably be an obvious one. Most networking sites let you send an invite to all of your gmail/yahoo/hotmail (etc) contacts, have bulletins for myspace / facebook, etc.
ie. build the tools & enthusiasm into your product so that your audience can market it for you.
is that any use?
Freelance Web Consultant at architxt.net
16 July 2007 09:17am
"Most networking sites let you send an invite to all of your gmail/yahoo/hotmail (etc) contacts..."
An effective function, no doubt, but is it good pracitce?
We are always reminded that we should never give out our login details...
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