Internet Marketing Author Attracts a Million Hits in 27 Days, Sells 370,000 Books, Reveals Website Promotion Secret

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For Internet marketers frustrated by lack of website traffic a solution is here. Internet marketing specialist Jonathan Gunson reveals full details of the viral marketing tactics he used to attract over a million website traffic hits in less than a month, in his free downloadable PDF book ‘Viral Alchemy.’ http://www.viralalchemy.com

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Internet Marketing prosperity is escalating - consumer Internet spending increased in 2005 to $143.2 billion according to ComScore Networks data.

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Internet marketing specialist Jonathan Gunson proves that there’s no need to spend a fortune on Internet marketing to get a flood of website traffic. His free book ‘Viral Alchemy’ outlines how viral website promotion can do most of the work for almost any product, at very low cost. The book can be downloaded here: Viral Alchemy

Gunson says his website traffic experience shows the real solution: “Clever, zero-cost viral ideas can have far greater power than any big budget Internet advertising campaign.”

He points out that a viral website promotion coming from the imagination can ignite a website traffic wildfire that is passed from person to person, often reaching millions of people in a very brief period. “That is how Hotmail was built,” he explains. “Viral power is also behind the success of Skype Internet phone and the MySpace community that has close to 80 million members.”

“What’s more,” Gunson says, “Internet Marketing prosperity is escalating - consumer Internet spending increased in 2005 to $143.2 billion according to ComScore Networks data.”

To help Internet marketers get their share of this online bonanza, Gunson’s free book Viral Alchemy discloses his VVV™ web traffic formula: The ‘Vital Viral Values’ that can ignite a website traffic explosion.

1. Your idea must have a powerful ‘Pass It On Factor’. This motivates people to pass it along to friends and interested parties.

2. It must be easy to pass along. The idea needs to be easy, even effortless to pass along - such as a link to a video or small file.

3. It must have a high ‘perceived value’ by the receiver such as they learn something absolutely vital to their future, or are made to laugh so that they too are motivated to pass it along.

4. The viral effect must be closely related or even built into the product so that the two are relevant to each other. (This last vital point is where many viral campaigns come apart - by not being ‘product relevant’.)

“Dreaming up a red-hot, viral ‘pass it on factor’ might seem difficult,” says Gunson “but my book reveals some clever short-cuts that can generate results for almost anyone.”

For more information, visit http://www.viralalchemy.com and download Jonathan Gunson’s free book ‘Viral Alchemy’ that reveals his viral website promotion system. The book comes with a free subscription to his newsletter Hit Magic™ which notifies subscribers of the latest website traffic methods.

Jonathan Gunson is founder and president of Alchemy Publishing, an Internet marketing company that publishes and distributes information on website promotion and Internet advertising.

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