More Viral Words

Posted by Neville on May 12, 2011 under Glossary | Comments are off for this article

Viral Marketing Words: They’re Everywhere.

A message that I received today has given plenty of ammunition for the next Viral Word post.

Viral Marketing WordsBelow is the text of the message, with the link extracted. Just take a look at the text that I have highlighted. Full of the word Secret, and others designed to entice you in.

In this post I also would like to analyze some of the content to discover what is really meant.

“I got invited to a special page with some secret info about making money and I want to share this info with you. There is this underground software that was practically stolen from a guy down in South Africa and this software is going to be quite buzz worthy pretty soon. You don’t need to build websites, pay for clicks, write articles or any of those other tedious and costly tactics. The reason this software is so secret is due to the fact that if everyone had access to it, it would simply cut down on the amount of money that the rest of us could make. Obviously, this is a tactic that has never been seen before. Once you see how this thing works, you will be slapping your forehead. The best part about this thing is that you will see that it works right away. There’s no waiting for anything to kick in. Results can happen in as little as 30 seconds. If you are also tired of jumping through all of those hoops or if you are new to Internet marketing and would like to earn some real income online then you should check this out.”

 

Some New Words For The Glossary:

Underground:

What’s this. Hidden? That could help to make it a secret!  Underground as in Resistance Movement in a War Zone? Mmm.. is Internet Marketing a battlefield. Any other suggestions as to why Underground could be a Viral Marketing word.

Stolen:

Now this one gets me wondering! If something is stolen, then surely if I take possession then I am also an active participant in the theft. Yes, I know it’s only a figure of speech, bt it does to some extent indicate the moral code of the promoter.

And now for the phrases:

Never been seen before:

So that could be why it’s called a secret! I’m sure somebody has seen it and been using it. And they’ve probably got all they can get out of it, so now it’s time to sell it to any unsuspecting prospect. Which leads me to:-

The reason this software is so secret is due to the fact that if everyone had access to it, it would simply cut down on the amount of money that the rest of us could make.

Now the person promoting this no doubt wants lots of people to buy it and have access. And from the statement above that would cut down on the profit to be made. And that’s his selling point! Buy this and it won’t work as well as it has been because lots of others will be using it! Doesn’t make sense to me!

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