Prince Charles Ally Battles Big Mac with Viral Video, SEO Tactic
Summary: Internet marketer, sales consultant and raw food advocate, Len Foley, uses the special Traffic Geyser SEO system to spread his viral video "The Bionic Burger" to tens of thousands of viewers in just 13 days.
San Diego, California - March 1, 2007 – Prince Charles has a strong ally across the pond in his battle against the Big Mac and fast food burgers, and this American combatant uses viral videos plus an innovative Web traffic and SEO system to enlist healthy diet recruits.
Len Foley, expert Internet marketer and author of several popular sales coaching books such as "Sales Without the Sucker Punch" and "No More Stupid Cold Calls," turned video producer to promote his healthy diet site www.TheBestDayEver.com.
The result is "The Bionic Burger," a short film about a man who buys a McDonalds burger in 1989, inadvertently forgets about it then discovers it in his jacket pocket a year later, perfectly preserved.
Using the Traffic Geyser SEO program, Foley generated 11,000 views for "The Bionic Burger" in just the first 12 days. "More importantly, it drove a ton of residual traffic to The Best Day Ever site which turned into sales and subscribers."
Foley explains, "I had been submitting videos by hand but it took hours. Now, in less than 15 minutes, I post my video to all these sites. All I have to do is sit back and watch the traffic—and the profits—roll in."
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"The potential is endless for using this service to spread viral videos like 'The Bionic Burger' and drive new customers to our sites," Foley adds.
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