The Paradox of What Makes Something Go Viral (1 min read)

So what’s the secret to making something go viral? It starts with making something that people have no choice but to care about.

Something both so personal, but simultaneously so universal and human that not sharing it would seem selfish or “out of whack.”

Read: Spark a Viral Trend in Your Product

Now, what you go about creating is totally up to you. It may take 100 or 1,000 tries to make something that has such an impact on people.

But if your goal is to make other people genuinely care about what you have to say — not in the general social media “like” way but actually feel it — you’ll have no problem going viral.

(For Book, Beauty, Writing Bloggers & More)
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59 thoughts on “The Paradox of What Makes Something Go Viral (1 min read)”

  1. the more desperately one tries to go viral, the more crap comes out’s better to keep doing what you know the best in a best possible way and eventually something might click with the people..


  2. There’s such a focus on going “viral” that there’s less of a focus on the beauty and community of sharing in the blogging world. Although nice, I sometimes wish that this constant goal of going viral was overshadowed by genuine interaction and communication by people in the blogosphere.

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