Fake Blog

A fake blog (sometimes shortened to flog or referred to as a flack blog) is an electronic communication form that appears to originate from a credible, non-biased source, but which in fact is created by a company or organization for the purpose of marketing a product, service, or political viewpoint. The purpose of a fake blog is to inspire viral marketing or create an internet meme that generates traffic and interest in a product, much the same as astroturfing (a "fake grassroots" campaign).
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  • APB Podcast – Jason Brown from SERPWoo

    …, to ecommerce, and now a product owner. He was the first affiliate to use the ‘two step’ fake blog landing page that nearly everyone was running a few years back. This is an interesting story you’ll want to hear! In this episode, we focus on Facebook marketing. Jason shares some awesome insight into marketing on Facebook and we get into the stuff people…

    David Ford/ Aff Playbook.comin Affiliate- 14 readers -