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IN Science & Technology ON 21 Mar, 2016
Remember the Success Kid? That little guy clenching his fist with a handful of sand with the full force and energy on his face, standing over the beach... Once he broke the Internet and managed to stay in the memory of almost all Internet Surfers forever. The wonder is, the Internet has immense power that things can go far beyond your imagination. And who else doesn't want their stuff to go viral!
Once I read somewhere, around 37 million content is uploaded on the Internet everyday in the form of videos, vines, photos and more. And of course, not all of them go famous. So the question is 'what makes few of them go viral?' And I know you are eager to read about the 'golden key' I mentioned earlier. Unfortunately, there is no such magical formula to go viral. But definitely, there are some techniques that undoubtedly provide you with the probabilities to make your content go absoluetly viral. So, why shouldn't we try?
Based on the most viral content on WittyFeed, the second largest viral content company in the world, here I present to you some insights that will help you for sure. If we can do it, why can't you?
Scroll down to know: "how things work on the Internet."
Yes, it's pure science. Virality is directly proportional to clickability and shareability. The major key to keep in mind is that the content should be clickable and shareable.
As per the reports of Facts Hunt as of 2013, 759 million websites exist on the Internet. Each year the web world witnesses n number of websites being added. This clearly means that surfers have a hell lot of options to read the content. And the question is, why the readers would come to your site to read content? If it ain't something NEW, it aint't nothing.
Did you read the title? Did you find it clickable? I know your answer is YES. Title is the USP of your content. And titles should always be clickable. Short, straight and clear-to-understand titles always raise the chances of clicking. Don't forget to maintain some suspense. It works as the catalyst on your titles.
As I mentioned earlier that ''title'' is the USP of the content, same goes with the thumbnail as well.
Look at this story. It has gained a wide range of shares and that is really amazing. This kind of content always works. This is something people not only want to read but want to share.
One common feature of viral content is that their title and thumbnail create curiosity in the audience and convince them to click on them. Readers expect something really new and exciting. We, people in the content world believe that virality is all about creating curiosity in people.
Celebrities are always the talk of the town. Their every update or follow up news comes with the chances of going viral.
The world is a wonderland. Every second, something new emerges on the Internet. The content that contains shocking, surprising and warning elements guarantee 100% chances of going viral. All you need to do is serving them among your readers faster.
Content on health or lifestyle is something every reader can relate to. So it's your responsibility to serve them useful content that seems to be beneficial to them.
What if you randomly get to see any riddle/puzzle while surfing the Internet? Obviously, you hold yourself to solve that first. And what next? You share!
Almost all the 'relationship content' on WittyFeed have gone hell viral. The reason? This is something people can't ignore!