We’ve done campaigns and promoted both small and large companies and brands. We’ve also used our own methods to promote our own ideas and websites. All white hat, spam free and non-intrusive.
An example is Has it Leaked, a music community website that was created and launched in December of 2011. We used our web presence campaign methods to promote the site, along with the use of paid advertising. In three months the site went from zero to 375,000 page loads per month with an average of 200,000 unique visitors.
The site now has five dedicated volunteer music writers, a membership community of over 50,000 returning visitors and a steady stream of ad profit.
As of August 2012, the site has 400,000 unique visitors and 685,000 page loads monthly.
All that is art was part of ThenMention.me’s Twitter case study at the University of Gothenburg. This site has evolved into a community driven site featuring contemporary urban art collectors. It has advanced sharing abilities, similar to the social network Pinterest, as well as Facebook integration. While it’s main focus has been to showcase how my Twitter marketing campaigns work, the site is going to officially launch in the fall of 2012. Take a sneak peek at the site by visiting allthatisart.com.
A third example is our You Tube campaign for Vivino, a free wine app which has had remarkable success on the App store, Google Play and Windows Phone markets. This YouTube video was both produced and marketed by us. For a very low cost we added a professional voice over, a simple animation and music. We then promoted the video, and as you can see it now has 20,000 views.