The Six Insider’s Secrets of Contagious Content

on Wednesday, 27 November 2013
Almost everyone has viewed a video that made them gasp out of surprise, weep  because they were affected by what they saw, or laughed hysterically at a lovable kitten. These videos are commonplace, and they're discussed much faster than any other video on YouTube. Videos that acquire a very high number of views in only a short amount of time are for the most part characterized as having gone "viral".

Viral videos are in most cases those that bring about emotion, either a good feeling or a feeling of surprise, and are also very often valuable videos. Many people have discussed a video after saying "I didn't know that!"

So how does all of this insight serve you as a business owner? Producing content that is infectious, that will likely be shared, and that is likely to go viral can help your company grow, help you build a connection with your visitors, and help other individuals get to know your business on a personal level. But if you're going to build content that is very successful and encourages people to share it, you'll need to understand some fundamentals of human psychology, and what people act.

To be able to create a video that will likely be shared, you must first understand what causes another person to share a video to start with. For that, you should reference the infographic below for doable tips and helpful information that can guide you in creating

share-worthy content.

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