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Corey James Cochran of Let’s Go Viral Explains Why Viral Promotion Works

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Corey James Cochran has followed in his father’s footsteps, the late Motown Records Sr. Vice President of R&B promotion James Cochran. Since the launch of Let’s Go Viral, Corey has seen musicians, artists, and content creators take their careers to the next level.

Immediate Results

With so many musicians, artists, content creators, and businesses competing for attention on social media, it’s hard to stand out and make a name for yourself. Corey elaborates, “We all know social media presence and engagement is essential for visibility, and I recommend doing everything that goes along with that.

“We are a one-stop-shop that services all social media and music streaming platforms.”  – Corey Cochran 

The problem is gaining followers takes time. “Corey continues. “I know first hand that musicians don’t have this kind of time. Musicians are using their creative energy to make music. There’s a lot that goes into the recording process. When artists go into record, they are spending money for studio time, producing, mixing, and mastering in hopes that they will at least break even.”

I believe that artists and musicians are worth more than that. That’s why I decided to launch Let’s Go Viral. Musicians shouldn’t just break even. We need creative individuals to succeed.

Increase Visibility 

Entertainment is such a huge part of our day-to-day lives. We need to get these names out there and get them recognized in a huge way.

Viral Marketing creates interest in a brand or product quickly through social media. If you’ve just dropped a record, there’s no time to wait. Artists need their music or music video to start circulating to generate album sales and ticket sales.

Make Social Media Work for You 

You want your people to share the content themselves. For people to share the content is has to be good, really good. The content that goes viral is usually something with an element of humor or something completely different.

Corey elaborates, “After years of building viral Facebook pages with funny videos, I decided to go into business for myself and help others reach their target goals online. There are some risks involved with going viral which is why it’s best to leave this kind of marketing to a professional. The last thing you want is to release a video that will destroy your brand. With the ability to reach such a wide audience, you risk being misinterpreted or being parodied.”

Unbeatable Track Record  

Corey Cochran is a seasoned photographer and videographer who has also shot for A-list actor Mike Epps, rapper Rakim, Dougie Fresh, KRS-1, and Big Daddy Kane.

Corey and his crew have also worked on YouTube campaigns for Debbie Gibson and KHAO ft. Gucci Mane Infamous, Thierry top ten public speakers, and Les Brown’s book “You’ve Got To Be Hungry,” just to name a few.

Let’s go Viral Now LLC has continued to grow in popularity with musicians, artists, and various categories of content creators. They attribute their success to upholding company ethics and successfully executing their services. “We believe in total transparency,” Corey explains. “What you see is what you get.”

Let’s Go Viral offers several different packages to choose from that will get you more followers, likes, and subscribers. Corey and his team are passionate about helping artists, brands, and other creative individuals succeed and will work with you to find the perfect solution to match your budget.

For more information, visit: Social Media Marketing Music Streaming|Lets Go Viral Now|Duluth @Letsgoviralnow | Linktree or contact: teamcashdollar2014@gmail.com

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