A common dream for every content creator and online marketer, is that one day their content will go viral. When you put in the time and effort to create content or infographics that provide a lot of value, you will have much more success with the chance of your content going viral. With over 2 billion users on social media, it doesn’t take much for a few users to share around your content and take on a life of it’s own — however, there is a lot more to it then just creating something and putting it out there.
Through the “How to Create Content that Goes Viral” infographic below, we are going to take a look at some of the most effective ways to not only create content, but also how you can boost the changes of your content going viral in the process.
How to Create Content that Goes Viral Infographic Summary
The key to having a successful viral campaign lies within the content and marketing structure of the content you create. When you make it easy for someone to share your content, they are much more likely to take action, versus just leaving your site. Implement the following tips into your site and watch as your content continues to go viral.
- For content to go viral, it needs to grab the attention of the user, be centered around one key point and also needs to provide relevant data and value to them in the process.
- Two of the most popular types of viral content are entertainement and information based.
- People like to share content that is humorous, amazing, emotional and makes you think.
- Some of the best sites to submit your content to, thus increasing your chances to go viral are digg, reddit, stumbleupon, delicious and youtube.