Gregory pouy sur Twitter : "If you are searching for #viral #videos I have a @pinterest board with thousands of them: BuzzFeed Unveils Pound To Show How You Really Share Content. The traditional view of how content spreads socially is tightly bound to a specific network.
Share your cat GIF on Facebook, for example, and watch as ever-widening groups of interconnected people propel the image far beyond anything you could have planned—on Facebook. Even analytics providers tend to bucket content this way. But think about it: Do you really share things just on Facebook? Nope. Like most people you are more likely switching from Twitter to Facebook to Pinterest, chat and email, sharing all the while. That insight, based in part on research by Stanford and Microsoft, is at the heart of a new initiative announced Monday by BuzzFeed at the NewFronts (which is where online video makers pitch their lineups to advertisers). The data that already has been gathered from Pound influenced BuzzFeed's latest strategy, which is to begin pushing original content directly to social networks rather than simply trying to bring readers back to the website.
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Sexe. Redefining Viral Marketing. InShare2 In September 2008 at Web 2.0 Expo in New York, I shared something that many, to this day, believe to the contrary, “There is no such thing as viral marketing.”
The declaration was empathetic in its direction to those marketers who have been on the receiving end of directives instructing them to create and unleash viral content. In parallel, the statement was aimed at those decision makers who assign such projects. Content, no matter how brilliant, creative, abstract, or controversial, is not inherently viral. Yet, we’re asked repeatedly to create viral videos, posts, and other social objects that will trigger an endless array of retweets, pages and profiles that immediately attract fans and followers accompanied by a deafening wall of sound propelled by word of mouth.
Content doesn’t make something viral; people are the primary source of powering social objects across the attention nodes that connect the human network. As individuals, we no longer find information, it finds us. 1. OFFICE OF ROAD SAFETY. Broken Fingaz -Graffiti Stop Motion.