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The Art and Science of Viral Videos

The Art and Science of Viral Videos | internet marketing | Scoop.it

Discover what researchers have found about what makes videos go viral -- and get real tips for increasing your next video's shareability....

 

Unfortunately, virality is more of an art than a science. While there is no tried-and-true formula for virality, there are some elements that we consistently see -- and knowing what they are puts you one step closer to attaining that viral glory.

 

So let's take a look at some of the research that's been done on viral videos and identify some of the commonalities that can make them internet-famous....


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Gonzalo Moreno's curator insight, June 18, 2014 6:31 AM

Viral, the new W.O.M. (one-to-one/non-paid MKComms)

Hack Your Craft's curator insight, June 18, 2014 9:08 AM

Like a recipe, follow it and then add a dash of your own artistic expression. Anyway, this is a good resource for those artists looking to give their videos a push.

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Want to Change the World? Read This First

Want to Change the World?  Read This First | internet marketing | Scoop.it
If you want to change society—or are interested in aiding or evaluating the efforts of others to do so—some understanding of exactly how environmental circumstances affect such efforts could be extremely helpful.

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6 Reasons to Get Consistent With Your Content Strategy

6 Reasons to Get Consistent With Your Content Strategy | internet marketing | Scoop.it

Research, strategy, writing, monitoring, measurement, more writing…the content marketing to-do list never ends!


With the amount of published content expanding daily, how is one to keep up with the demand?


Unfortunately, it can become easy to lose your content focus if you lack a schedule and editorial calendar to enforce it.


Simply put: Consistent production = Higher productivity.


The purpose of an editorial calendar is to build a publishing schedule over the upcoming week or month that strictly focuses on the information you need for content production, ranging from content topic themes to publish dates.


Via Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com
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