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How to capitalize on your 15 minutes of internet fame

Consumed => “So, your post went viral, what now?” by Andy Killen on Speckyboy Design Magazine.

http://speckyboy.com/2012/10/03/so-your-post-went-viral-what-now

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As always, good stuff. Thanks Andy.

Along the same lines as the social media modal, suggesting other articles / pages (with the hopes of those too being shared) might be worth a shot. The “Like this!” approach can come off as heavy handed and even offensive. While a “Hey man, you might dig these too” is more visitor focused (but you ideally still get a benefit). Perhaps on those refer to pages then go for the in-your-face social media modal. At least you know at that point they’ve been engaged (read: interested).

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