It started with a Tweet…
— Rapp Itt (@rappittmusic) March 10, 2015
To say I was blown away is an understatement. I couldn’t stop laughing at how well this rap was written and I was researched by someone I had never met. That someone was Dan Stokes.
Dan started Rappitt.com and being a financially strapped startup, was looking for unique ways to get the word (get it?) out about their business. They found the Marketing Tech Blog and after looking me up decided I’d be a great target.
I love it… gorilla marketing and influencer marketing all rapped up in a tweet. (I did it again). Here’s Dan’s story:
I developed a passion for music, and specifically rapping, 15 years ago. As my passion for music grew, I realized that I wanted to make this a career choice…with a twist. At Rappitt.com, we truly feel like we have created and perfected our craft, the result is a product that creates custom happiness and awareness for all occasions. I have made 100’s of these videos for friends, colleagues, and businessmen alike over the years.
Dan’s pricing is beyond fair for this kind of creativity and the end video is just an added bonus. You know you want a rap song about your social profile or your business don’t you?
Hopefully, Dan gets some orders from you folks for his great strategy. Let’s prove that this type of influencer marketing works!
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