Here’s a little meme I found off of Seomoz lately:
While the meme’s message is somewhat true, the bigger picture here is that we need to look at memes as a convenient tool for getting more engagement from your audience. Given their funny nature and potential reference to popular media, memes can be a good source of traffic because people consider them funny – which implies, of course, that it’s going to be shared more than your average, off-the-mill article. It also helps you find potential members of your audience who you’ve not reached with your current marketing strategies.
In any case, people go to the Internet and social networks mostly to have fun and chill. Memes help them achieve that, which makes you a potential go-to guy for things that are relevant AND fun. Wouldn’t want to look like a straight-cut marketer who doesn’t have a sense of humor now, do we?
Just for Fun Fridays: Captcha Problem
Ever been in the Internet and encountered one of these things? Can’t blame websites for trying to confirm if you’re human, but really, do they have to be THAT tough for some people? In any case, what’s the weirdest captcha you’ve got? Let me know in the comments section below.
Just For Fun Fridays: OMG Bubbles! :)
I like how you can build and nurture relationships in Facebook just like how you do in real life – through consistent and honest communication. This continuous communication with your audience is called engagement. And it can take on many forms – from answering your audience’s most pressing questions to providing solutions to their most […]
Just for Fun Fridays: Internet Junkie
If you’re an Internet junkie, chances are you’ve experienced browsing several websites regarding a certain subject. Of course, other than research or tech gadgets, you’re also in it for the entertainment. And sometimes, you get carried away and keep on searching and searching and searching – to a fault. You want to gain more knowledge […]