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      Thanks for the excellent telecast last night. It was very insightful. I do have a question about the method. Typically when we apply the “infection”, how many people actually need to comment, rate, view etc the article/content in order to push it up for further prominence on any of the recommended incubator sites. In other words do we need to have a large email list to get enough “views” for this to work?

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      Jim Yaghi

      the bigger the email list, the more effective the method.

      but NO you don’t need to start with a big one.

      each iteration should grow your list.

      You don’t have to be on the “front page” from day 1 to do good. You just want to show action on your content within the community so you can get SOME visibility to begin with. Later when you have more practice at this, you can make it a goal to hit the front page of the communities and get featured big time.

      ideally, to keep it “alive” you wanna keep force-feeding it juice, and that’s done using PPC with the KickStart method. so if you have Traffic KickStart, use it to build your main infection list while simultaneously using the Epidemic method to get new people infected from within the community sites.


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