I googled the keyword "marketing" today and here's what I think are important things to notice:
- The Wikipedia entry on top.
- Google has 'Viral Marketing' as the second most relevant term.
Two things with certain implications to marketing:
- Does your product have a wikipedia entry?
The wikipedia community will take down any biased posting, but if you would like a historical placement on your company, this maybe something to look at, not for marketing but for PR.
- Have you implemented any Viral Marketing Program?
While not a requirement, and such a strategy maybe applicable to certain markets only, if google has it on top, shouldn't you be considering it if you have online presence?
posted by Jdavies @ 2/29/2008,
- At 3/12/2008 11:59:00 PM, watson said...
Hmmm... I am not familiar with Viral Marketing... you know what? We did try to put up a Wikipedia page for our company one time but no sooner were we done with it than it was deleted. We will try to do it again using your approach.
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