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Play your cards right: 5 Ways to create viral blog content

1. Keep it topical

Share a blog post about your take on a topical issue that relates to your company, business or personal profile. You want to be seen as the expert in your field, and one way of doing that is by sharing your knowledge on an issue which is currently in the media and being talked about. 249 more words

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Viral content vs Spreadable media

There is a war on social media to become popular by sharing ‘viral content'; regardless of its purpose and meaning ‘marketers’ are looking for viral content. 166 more words


Cute Alert! 12 Times Kids & Their Pets Could Be Twins

Be careful when looking through these pics — They’re all winning cases for your babe’s plea to get a fluffy sib. With human and pet’s cheeky glances, matching outfits and poses, here are all the times when kids and their furry friends could be twinnies. 160 more words

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Why Are You Seeing So Many Random Videos In Your Facebook News Feed?

Have you noticed an increase in the number of videos that you’re seeing in your Facebook News Feed lately? Well there’s an explanation for that based on your own behaviour and those pesky ol’ Facebook algorithms that seem to polarise audiences. 255 more words


Do we really need more sites for up-voting viral content? The Independent seems to think so

Anyone who spends longer than an hour or two browsing the web, or scrolling through their feed on social networks like Twitter and Facebook, likely comes across dozens of links to so-called “viral” content sites like ViralNova, BuzzFeed or Upworthy. 511 more words


Graphic Images in the News: The Boston Marathon Bombing Lesson

April 15, 2013 is a day many of us will never forget, the day of the Boston Marathon Bombings. While many were there to experience the terror most of us can only identify with this terror attack by the images and coverage on our news and social media outlets. 484 more words

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The Boston Marathon Bombing: What We Can Learn

I was part of the ¼ of people who learned about the Boston Bombing from social media. Until recently (I injured cartilage in my knee) I was a very avid runner. 445 more words

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