Online Marketing Classes in Chicago
The thrill of finding an amazing website is as exciting as they come. You forward the site to your friends, who in turn forward it to their friends and suddenly a viral site is born. And you're always left thoroughly entertained, but cursing yourself for not having created it first.
The formula for creating successful web content isn't easy, or we'd all be doing it. In addition to the je ne sais quoi, there's also a bit of science involved. And who better to teach the secrets to virality than Emerson Spartz, web prodigy and viral whiz with over 160 million monthly page views under his belt?
In this Dabble class you'll learn everything you need to create a site worthy of a tsunami of likes and shares, including:
-Tips, tricks and hacks for generating more viral traffic
-Why people share, or don’t share, content
-How to measure virality: understanding the “Viral Coefficient”
-The science of virality: how ideas spread through networks
-Exposing myths about virality
All students will walk away inspired to take the leap from LiveJournal blog only their mother reads to smashing internet success.
Emerson was fantastic. I learned a lot.
Very interesting topic, and Emerson made a tricky topic make sense.
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Emerson Spartz is best-known for founding MuggleNet, the #1 Harry Potter website, at the age of 12. He's currently CEO of Spartz Media, one of the fastest-growing companies in Chicago. The Spartz Media Network – including OMG Facts, GivesMeHope, and more – receives 10 million visitors each month, and has over 9 million followers on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. Spartz was invited by J.K. Rowling to her home for a personal interview and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, CBS Evening News, CNN, MTV, MSNBC, Fox News, and more. Spartz is a New York Times Bestselling Author and holds a degree from the University of Notre Dame.