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The Trust Meme

2007 looks like it’s shaping up to have a whole lot more memes.

Some will obviously be interesting, fun and insightful. The bulk, unfortunately, will have…lots of room for improvement on being interesting, fun and insightful.

The more interesting (and slightly voyeuristic ones like the ’5 Things About Me’) ones will tend to generate more social traffic, and attract longer term longevity and reader stickiness, especially if you come across as personable and likeable.

Sticky content is one of the foundations of sustainable and credible social traffic generation.

Yes, memes may seem to contain high school popularity contest overtones, but it’s based on a “hip geekiness quotient” (HGQ) more than anything else.

Did anyone else feel like a loner in school? Or perhaps you were the one intellectual quarterback or wrestler in the team? [I can only lay claim to being in the computer club and the electronics/audio-visual club and the occasional explosion and filling an entire chemistry lab with chlorine gas].

Back to the meme, I’ve been hit by Chris “HooMoney” Hooley.

So here goes the Trust Meme:

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Ok- ‘nother meme, but this one seems bit more interesting. It’s about the trust. Greg Niland kicked off what seems to be a good one this time.

Here’s the tree so far…

Greg Niland
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Rae Hoffman
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Michael Gray
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Todd Malicoat
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Andy Hagans
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Cameron Olthuis
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Jarrod Hunt
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Chris Hooley
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The SEOmoz peeps I still trust them, but they can’t keep the meme going. I also trust Andrew Wee!
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Planet “I got the biggest freaking business card collection at ASW and whooped Joe Whyte’s butt” Andrea

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????

PA, represent!

PS: Andrea just launched her new spammy innovative cooking video site at AndreaCanCook.com. If you’d like to make a request for spam sandwiches or baked beans and pickles on toast, drop her a comment.

Maybe if we’re really nice, she’ll make food, so we can spend more on entertainment.

PPS: I’d be really surprised if Joe Whyte doesn’t rally his Lunar Pages Marketing Team ninjas in on this one.

I still haven’t figured out whether Joe refering to me as an ‘advisary‘ is a compliment or an insult.

Should we be worried that in the same post Joe also says “I’m bring my sexy!”

Maybe someone has been studying the “All your base are belong to us” wiki and drinking a little too much juice?

An ‘advisary’? ‘I’m bring my sexy!’?

Can someone help out?

4 comments on The Trust Meme

  1. Joe Whyte
    January 18, 2007 at 10:18 am (8 years ago)

    Hey women have an unfair advantage when it comes to marketing .. especially when they are marketing to MEN!!

    LOL

  2. Andrew Wee
    January 18, 2007 at 10:35 am (8 years ago)

    Joe:
    If I were a lady and challenging you, I’d don a swimsuit and walk around the hall collecting cards while they were doing booth set up.

    They’d have to scrape you off the floor even before day 1 of ASW.

    But I guess Andrea’s very principled (or will be busy checking out the firewater quality at the various casinos before the show…)

    See you then!

  3. Joe Whyte
    January 27, 2007 at 8:44 am (7 years ago)

    Dude just wait. I am going to be taking a picture of my business cards over the weekend and posting them on my blog and lunarpages. I think people might have under estimated me a lil bit. For an old dog I still have some tricks up my sleeve ;-)

    Hey Andrew can I get a copy of that secretblog weapon?

    Can I get a 5 finger disount ;-)

  4. Andrew Wee
    January 27, 2007 at 6:57 pm (7 years ago)

    Hey Joe,
    I think based on your success as an SEO, I’d doubt that $67 should be a barrier of entry for you, shouldn’t it?

    Else get lunarpages to sponsor a copy for you.

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