June 19, 2012

SandBoxBlogs: Albany Times Union "America's Highest-elevation Roller Coaster Opens at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park in Glenwood Springs, Colorado"

How does a viral link bait, tied to a newspaper article (or tied to every keyword contained in the bait actually 'work' on the internet?

The moment anyone clicks on it, it implodes into the web.  Saturating that live link to the  newspaper article it is tied to into the  worldwide web for all time.  Can never be removed and can never be cleaned up.

The only thing one can do is track the keywords.  The bait will appear one time only, until clicked on and then it "implodes" and disburses its content when clicked on. 

Hot stories are trackable only through setting up alerts on every search engine and doing so with the exact keywords located in that one original bait.

One must download the live bait (if you stumble on it before it is clicked and disbursed) to your hard drive  (or) make a hard copy of it.  Either one is able to be subpoenaed to find out source of origin.

Hey!  How about those PR Web tourism marketing  gals hired by GSCRA with public tax dollars and the  mass glut of saturation to newspapers, blogs, twitter, facebook all over the nation on behalf of Steve Beckley's new expansion?  Boy, that's a huge bonus getting that much 'free' to Beckley advertising.

Combined with the flood of alerts from Google, Yahoo, Bing, Ask and other engines; those standard practice viral link baits used by GSCRA and contractors  have really done an above and beyond their usual saturation job.

How about you?

How do you feel about the tourism contract dollars for 81601 footing the bill for a select few and their advertising budget?

Come to think of it.  How do you feel about the  new coaster and how it looks perched up there on top of Iron Mountain?

Great photo in this press release from contracted tourism promoter under GSCRA from PR Web.

"Unapologetic pursuit and tracking of patterns within news others make since 2010"

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