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Making Viral content go Viral in another country

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by BFHoodn!nja, Jul 10, 2011.

  1. BFHoodn!nja

    BFHoodn!nja Regular Member

    Jun 18, 2011
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    I'm in a niche about a Celebrity who recently revealed her new "work-out" the content went viral and as result i'm getting 1000 views a day without to much competition yet.
    People can't stop talking about the star on Twitter and there are an average of 10 tweets a minute about it during the day. But this is only in the US and I only have a bout 4% of my visitors coming from the EU.

    This got me thinking...

    If this content already went viral once and proofed its potentional, how hard would it be to make this content go viral in another country?
    I noticed that I do get visitors from the EU, and they are actually the people who stick around the longest.
    But when I search for the terms (translated term) in German, French or Dutch I get nothing, and I mean absolutely nothing.

    Plan of attack:

    1. Niche Site with direct keyword "ActorStagenameWorkout.de / nl / fr ("Workout" will be in the language of the coutnry i'm targeting)
    2. Set google webmaster demographic to the matching country
    3. Create 3-6 good and informational posts on the subject giving a brief summary on the topic. Self written and not generated or spun and translated content
    4. Translate all youtube videos into those langauges with captions and post back to the countries video sites
    5. Adress my demographic on twitter with the site
    6. Go to Celebrity forums and ask if they already have heard about the new "US Hype"

    Rinse and repeat steps 4-6. Either go with Adsense or Content lock once the content actually goes viral.
    The good thing about this is that the site WILL Rank no matter what, because there are no sites even mentioning the phrase.

    Could this be done or is it just to much work? Are there any other steps I am forgetting?

    Feedback greatly appreciated.
  2. altaris

    altaris Registered Member

    Apr 24, 2011
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    Check first if it went viral because US media pushed the news, maybe in EU only fans know about it and the keyword will never get volume without backup from tv and newspapers...
  3. JackSparrow

    JackSparrow Supreme Member

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    Depends on the longevity of the buzz around this niche content for the celebrity, i mean it could be a topic that hangs around for months and continues to give you a good flow of visitors.

    It certainly won't hurt your chances of high search engine rankings having the drop on translation of the niche content into other languages. Just because there are no foreign search terms now, does not mean their won't be any in the future.

    Best to act on this fast before the chance slips you by.
  4. luice326

    luice326 Newbie

    Oct 27, 2013
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    you still doing this bro