How I Drove Over 1.3 Million Pageviews in 4 Days on Digg

Guest Post by Neal Rodriguez

In this video I tell my story from the first affiliate squeeze pages I optimized for the search engines to the social media strategy I executed to drive over 1.3 million pageviews to a microsite in less than 4 days. I readapted the presentation I gave at the Search Exchange internet marketing conference in North Carolina, for the web. You will hear the type of stories that have the best chance of generating viral exposure on a digital network. At the end of the video I also list some tools that could be used to build a influential account on Digg.com, my platform of choice.

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How I Drove Over 1.3 Million Pageviews in 4 Days on Digg
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2 Responses to “How I Drove Over 1.3 Million Pageviews in 4 Days on Digg”

  1. neal says:

    thanks to everybody who’s checking out the video. i linked to some of the web tools on which i speak in the video on my link shack page: http://nealrodriguez.com/links/

  2. Roy says:

    Pleasure to have you grace my blog with your always inspiring, sometimes jaw-dropping videos.

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