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A Viral Author's Advice: What To Do With That Article That Sucks
author and harpoon specialist
There's nothing more irritating than seeing someone's video, article, essay, or list go viral when you KNOW it is the most ridiculous nonsense you've ever laid your eyes on. But wait a minute. Why allow it to steal a few precious minutes that you'll never get back?
How to Create Viral Content in 2016
Co-founder of Insightfully
The 5 Most Important Qualities Of Viral Content
President and CEO, QuezMedia.com
Getting your content to go viral is tough, but if you can land even one successful viral piece, you'll greatly enjoy the benefits for months to come.
Toward Trustworthy News: 'Lies, Damn Lies, and Viral Content'
Founder, craigslist and craigconnects.org
My perspective, as usual, is that I'm a news consumer, never told anyone how to fix the news, I just want news I can trust.
How An Entrepreneur Turned An Airbnb 'Sex Party' Into A Viral Hit
Taking a Selfie Has More to Do With Self Worth Than You Realize
Entertainment & Lifestyle Blogger
It's no secret that the Internet has fed the flame of self-indulgence and for some, humility has completely gone out the window. But what exactly is the motivation behind all this self obsession?
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Chief Media Strategist, Connected Health Solutions
We had all hands on deck to get as many eyes on the content as possible without causing offense to the community we were trying to bring awareness to, which happens too much with social justice.
Content Marketing and PR: Making Both an Act of Service
Author and Digital Marketing Professional
It is impossible to create viral content. If anyone sets out to create something for the specific purpose of going "viral" then the content will be forced, fake and forgotten. Focus, instead, on creating something that serves the audience.
The 5 Attributes of Viral Content
Social Media Program Manager, Support at Intel
You don't have much time to anchor your reader. People generally don't read past the first paragraph, or watch past the first 10 seconds so start with something exciting.
The Future of Social Marketing Is the Messenger, Not the Medium
It is no longer enough just to look at the absolute number of fans a brand has on Facebook. Anyone can purchase Facebook fans -- what matters is the amount of engagement around the brand.
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Only "Fuzzy" Factors Can Predict Iconic Images, New Book Suggests
A Che Guevara portrait isn't necessarily going to be successful because of it's subject matter. The photograph actually needs to be greater than the competition, just like Christ's majesty doesn't mean every crucifixion is going to be great art.
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