Toronto, Canada, August 21, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Launching an enterprise is easy but the challenge lies in maintaining your existence and constantly finding ways for improvement and innovation. This is the story of millions of websites that are launched daily but only few manage to hold on firmly to the competition. The online marketing world is abuzz with rife competition and the latest to join the blocks a few months back was Go Buzz Me. In the past few months, Go Buzz Me has shown keen interest to up its market value by launching one feature after another. However, this time around, the website is trying to reap in the benefits by emphasizing its basic concept – promoting social connectivity.
Expanding social connectivity is the mantra of all word of mouth marketing websites. Often, users tend to overlook the benefits of enhancing their online presence and concentrate more on the glitzy features. To ensure that users do not forget the great advantage of social networking, Go Buzz Me has introduced Go Buzz Me Levels, i.e., categorizing users based on their "Star" membership. The type of "Star" membership will determine the amount of coins he or she will be entitled to.
The Star membership of Go Buzz Me have been categorized into:
· White Star = 10 to 49 Connections: Entitled to 100 Coins
· Pink Star = 50 to 99 Connections: Entitled to 500 Coins
· Orange Star = 100 to 199 Connections: Entitled to 1,500 Coins
· Red Star = 200 to 399 Connections: Entitled to 2,500 Coins
· Green Star = 400 to 699 Connections: Entitled to 3,500 Coins
· Blue Star = 700 to 999 Connections: Entitled to 4,500 Coins
· Black Star = 1,000 to 1,999 Connections: Entitled to 7,000 Coins
· Gold Star = 2,000 to 4,999 Connections: Entitled to 10,000 Coins
The announcement can be exciting for users who are looking for discounted rates to avail the benefits of Go Buzz Me advertising. Go Buzz Me advertising services are marginally priced and topping them with additional benefits of star membership will mean that users might win free advertising services or pay a nominal price.
Online marketing enthusiasts opine that this is a good move by Go Buzz Me and a welcome break from its great influx of features that have been launched incessantly. Martin Rutherford, an online enthusiast says, “I am happy to see Go Buzz Me utilizing the very basic concept of social networking to lure more users to their services.”
While the move appears to be clever to most, it is still to be seen how it fares with the users. It is very difficult to forecast user behavior as they have different priorities on mind. It will be interesting to see whether the "Star Power" will work as per Go Buzz Me’s expectations or deliver otherwise.