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    I have been asked to think about a Viral campaign for a client. I have never really done anything Viral before and am currently researching into it.

    It will be an e-mail to start with but could grow into something bigger.

    The general emphasis on the viral is about Jobs and Job Seekers, It has to be simple/catchy/clever/funny/forwardable

    Anybody have any ideas or advice towards this viral?

    All comments welcome! Thanks!
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