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Discover The Ultimate Method To Drive Traffic
April 21, 2024

A hybrid marketing strategy so powerful, it can only be used once

Like a number of bloggers in the modern era, I am struggling to bring more traffic to my website. Social media apps have become too mainstream, with their fancy bite-sized videos and top-shelf algorithms delivering the most engaging content straight into your eyeballs.

On top of that, the internet is starting to become polluted with AI-generated content, followed with AI-generated comments complementing the article, or picture, or pornography, or whatever.

What does a writer with fewer than 1000 clicks/month to do? If you're Maxwell Azzarello, you travel to New York City, plant yourself in a public place, throw out a few hundred leaflets advertising your manifesto, and engage in what may be seen as a "high-risk" marketing strategy.

This strategy has done wonders for Azzarello, where he received national visibility for the following few days for his content, which covers topics like cryptocurrency and theories of a "totalitartian doomsday cult."

Flash forward to a couple of days later, and now every news outlet is talking about Azzarello in one way or another. Reports range from the dry announcement that a man protested outside the courthouse hosting the Donald Trump hush money trial, to a somewhat deep dive into his family and personal life.

Either way, this guy is the new rising star. Maxwell Azzarello can now use this increased visibility to break through into mainstream media, giving interviews that explain his reasoning and following up with his theories with merchandising, book deals, tours, and more.

Or at least he could, if he didn't die in agony after setting himself on fire and passing away in a hospital a day later.

I am not making this up. That was his strategy.

In order to gain visibility to his content, Azzarello doused himself in accelerant and lit himself on fire.

In case you didn't click it, the article I linked above is from him, titled "I have set myself on fire outside the Trump trial."

I think I'll stick with traditional methods, like asking readers to leave a comment on my Facebook, Twitter, or subreddit answering the question "why is a SNES-era arcade screenshot the thumbnail for this article?"

                   

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