Daejon, South Korea – September 28, 2006
CREAMaid.com, a platform marketing word-of-mouth online provides bloggers contribution, officially began today its beta service.
Usually when companies launch new products or services they advertise. Then they hope that some enthusiastic consumers are interested enough to spread the word. But the problem is that it takes too long and requires too much advertising budget. CreamAid in solving these problems.
CreamAid is a service to start a business and to continue marketing campaign mouth-to-mouth immediately with the help of bloggers. Each campaign is called “Conversation”. With companies CreamAid can actively seek early adopters to participate in the call by introducing their products on their blogs.
When a company starts a conversation, each blogger can be proposed in writing a post about and participate in a widget syndication in the post. Participation does not require bloggers to give personal information, nor does it require another entry. The blogger simply writes and collects royalties when their input is selected. Payment of license fees by PayPal.
the most unique part about this service is that it aggregates all contribute posts and unions, it can again each item in their single integrated surf aggregate totals widget. This syndication widget can also be used on the site to show their visitors what bloggers say. This has a great effect of word-of-mouth, because consumers do not have to go elsewhere to find out what others are saying about the product when they encounter a single entry. Once a consumer finds the contribution they can ride from there to learn more about the product, with the widget. The result: companies are happy because more consumers learn to read other points of view of their product. Consumers are happy because they do not have to through the tedious steps in addition to research what other courses on the product. Finally, bloggers are happy to meet other people interested in the same product, while earning royalties for writing about what interests them:
“Normally, it takes forever to start up your newly introduced product, and all you can do is make a few announcements and we hope that people will find out,” says Trent Kang, CEO CreamAid. “But if you really are consumers seeking your product and I imagine others? “Kang said that it is not enough to just wait a few enthusiastic consumers to find your product and start talking.” Why something, but find that for early adopters, if you can do something to look? “asks Kang.” You must go out and actively promote clients seeking You. “
The site is currently open for bloggers and businesses. Bloggers can participate directly in some of the proposed discussions, and companies are allowed to develop and test conversations.
CreamAid launch event includes its possible uses in actually promoting the sites they chose to protest. During the next month, they want to release continuously various campaigns where bloggers can participate and earn royalties immediately. For more information, please visit http://www.creamaid.com
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