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The Secret Formula For The Perfect Viral Share [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Secret Formula For The Perfect Viral Share [INFOGRAPHIC]

How do you make your social media content go viral?

It’s a difficult task that requires an awful lot of work, a fair bit of science and a nice sprinkling of luck. In fact, this last element might be the most important of all. But there are things you can do to dramatically improve your odds.

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How Videos Go Viral On Twitter [VIDEO]

There’s no scientific formula for predicting whether or not something will go viral on the Internet.

But a monolithic social network like Twitter certainly has the massive data pool from which to at least glean insights into the path to virality.

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Just How Much Money Do The Creators Of Viral Videos Make? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Viral YouTube videos are no longer one-time flukes.

Now an entire industry surrounds YouTube stars – JennaMarbles, the third most popular channel on YouTube, earned almost $350,000 in one year from ad revenue – and Twitter plays a critical role in that by facilitating the spread of viral content.

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Good News Travels Faster Than Bad On Social Networks [RESEARCH]

Good news travels fast.

Especially on social networks. So says Jonah Berger, a social psychologist at the University of Pennsylvania and author of new book (and recent SXSW talk), Contagious: Why Things Catch On.

Berger and his Penn colleague Katherine Milkman dove into people’s social networking habits, analyzing the types of content people share most, with whom, when, and why. The results are pretty fascinating.

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