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    • According to Wikipedia.org Viral marketing and viral advertising refer to marketing techniques that use pre-existing social networks to produce increases in brand awareness, through self-replicating viral processes, analogous to the spread of pathological and computer viruses.
    • Viral Marketing and viral advertisement is mainly done by word-of-mouth from one consumer to the next. This helps to pass along whatever marketing message a service or product wants to put out.
    • Based on basic human nature, Viral advertising goes with the fact that a person usually will tell, on an average, three people about a service or product that they like and about eleven people about a service or product that they didn’t like.
    • So, by creating better ways to put out a message, viral advertisers are hoping that their snowball of good reputation goes farther than their snowball melting away.
    • The promotion of Viral Ads can been seen in interactive Flash games, images, text messages funny video clips and advergames.
    • These are some advergames that were put out by Burger King to advertise their products. Each sold at BK for $3.99 a piece.
    • Viral Advertising and marketing can been seen or heard all around. From video games to promoting new releases of C.D.’s
    • Examples:
    • With the album release of Year Zero from Nine Inch Nails, the band ended up leaving USB drives (flash drives) in the bathrooms, stadiums or anywhere else was accessible to fans. The flash drives had unreleased songs from their album.
    • In 2007 WWE was promoting the return of wrestler of Chris Jericho by using 15-second cryptic binary code. Those messages had biblical links and hidden messages hinting to Jericho’s return.
    • In 2006 Burger King put out three advergames to Xbox and Xbox 360.
    • The way to be successful in the viral marketing and advertising programs is to identify with a high Social Network Potential to make a great Viral Message that will be highly probable to be passed onward.
    • An example of such is a music video made by Prep-Unit called “Tea Partay.”
    • Youtube “Tea Partay” video.
    • The Seventh Chamber , operated and owned by Kontraband is a way to get viral advertising out into the market.
    • They are a viral seeding, viral advertising and tracking service.
    • Their services reach over 2,000,000 “unique viewers” a day.
    • Some of their clients include, Sony, Coca Cola, EA Sports, HP Invent and BMW.
    • With the use of the internet, viral advertising and marketing can continue to grow.
    • With places like Youtube, one can put their advertisement out there for free to consumers across the world.
    • It is becoming so popular to take places like Youtube, Myspace and Facebook to get the word out about a new album release, a new movie, new video game or even a new band easier than ever.
    • With free places to post ads, it doesn’t cost the advertisers a dime.
    • Instead of old ways of advertising by newspaper ads, television commercials or banner ads, and spending a fortune doing so, viral ads are the new, cheap way of hitting a mass audience to get the word out.
    • Viral Advertising gives 500-1000 times more impact than basic advertisement, so no wonder it the best way to get a product or service out to the world.
    • Web sites that made this Slidecast happen:
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viral_marketing
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advergame
    • http://www.baekdal.com/articles/Branding/viral-marketing-tricks/
    • http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Lonelygirl15&search=Search
    • http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/fortune_archive/2006/10/02/8387416/index.htm
    • Pictures From:
    • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/5/5e/Pocketbikeracerboxart_160w.jpg
    • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/d/da/Sneakkingbox.jpg
    • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/8/80/Big_bumpin_coverboxart_160w.jpg