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Being able to produce a “viral sensation” on social media may seem like magic, but Twitter hopes to uncover the secret sauce behind the world’s more viral tweets. The question is, can you really boil down “going viral” to an algorithm?
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Do me a favor. Take a look at your latest tweets or Facebook posts. Go ahead, I’ll wait. Now, ask yourself this question: If I were to slap a different logo and brand identity on your Twitter or Facebook profiles, would I even notice a difference?