Welcome to ViralOne

Welcome to ViralOne.

ViralOne is a new web 2.0 think tank. Our goal is to utilize web 2.0 technologies and use them in new ways. In this platform, we plan to discuss and elaborate on some very interesting topics to us and others, from viral marketing, semantic web and transhumanism.

But most of all, we want to foster discussions and exchanges to elaborate and modify the precepts that govern think tanks. We are trying to make this a place were individuals who pursue similar goals coalesce to produce new ideas in viral marketing, semantic web and other research ideas.

Think Tank

From Think Tank, defined.

A new type of think tank is evolving which is based solely on Internet ad hoc social networks. These new types of networks allow people a chance to try out their concepts for discussion without committing to large amounts of time. For some this new think tank format works well and many beginners enjoy such stimulus. Some of these more informal think tanks are privately run. Many of these forums are for anyone to participate, some for practice and accumulation of knowledge and others for entertainment value.

Viral online marketing, emarketing, word of mouth marketing, semantic web

We specialize in online marketing, as well as researching the up and coming technologies of semantic web, semantic blogs and more. This process is made possible by the blogosphere. Viral online marketing is the next trend in viral marketing. The use of bloggers, blogs, video blogs, moblogs, targeted email marketing, RSS marketing, podcasts and memediggers is becoming more widespread. And this is happening no longer only by small companies, but very large ones, such as Dr Pepper are using these techniques to market themselves.

Digg clones are appearing everywhere and bloggers are wondering what the impact will be to the blogosphere.

Contributors and Authors

 

Range (CEO and Founding Author)


I have been involved with internet and media technologies since 1994. I have had a computer consulting firm for over a decade, specializing in programming, web design, graphic design and statistical analysis. I have worked for the government as well a multitude of companies. I have also worked in finance for the last few years which has fostered my interest into emarketing and viral marketing. Right now, I’m getting involved in some start-up web 2.0 companies and other ventures.I was the editor of an online electronic magazine called Horripilations from 1998 to 2003. I have also been involved in emarketing, radio broadcasting, online journalism, print journalism and blogging for a number of years.ViralOne is a place where some of my ideas go that do not fit into the framework of my other blogs.My personal blog is the Memoirs On A Rainy Day.

Contact: viral [dot] agency [at] gmail [dot] com


Blogo… what?

If you do not know about this and have no experts at hand, you need to get in contact with us. We are strategic web 2.0 consultants. We are planning on first defining with the aid of Wikipedia most of the ideas and words that bloggers take for granted. And then, like any program design, we plan to build upon it. With articles from contributors. But first, see here.

You can reach us by email for article submissions, discussions and comments.

viral [dot] agency [at] gmail [dot] com

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2 Responses to “About”


  1. 1 barbara July 18, 2007 at 12:00 pm

    seeking a viral/guerilla marketing company in NYC for youtube/itunes novelty song.

    would you know of any companies?

    thank you!

  2. 2 Richard December 30, 2007 at 5:15 am

    yes. http://www.ricedoutyugo.com has a viral marketing division, contact them.


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