Written by Stu Kushner

Is There a Formula for Creating Viral Content?

By KristinTynski

Posted by KristinTynski

As content marketers, we are tasked with an extremely complex objective: to create content that resonates with audiences, spurs action, and often can spread virally.

In order to continue improving our craft, we spend a lot of time looking at what really works and are always striving to develop processes and learning that builds from these lessons. One of our biggest goals is to iterate on our content until we feel it has met the criteria for true stickiness and potential virality. What follows are the main components of this process is a formula for creating successful viral content. Here it is:

I know it look’s intimidating, but don’t worry is it really isn’t too complicated. Stay with me.

Push enough buttons

Start with the assumption that every single person in your target audience is a potential sharer and that they all want to share content, they just don’t know it yet. Push the right buttons for enough people, …read more    

Website Design, Internet Marketing, DC, SEO, Content
Written by Stu Kushner

Allow All Users to Experience Your Content

 Website Design, Internet Marketing, DC “How often should I…?” is one of the most common beginnings to questions when it comes to any aspect of online marketing.  Unfortunately there isn’t always a clear cut answer for every part of the equation.  Even if you follow other successful businesses’ formulas when it comes to blog and social media schedule there is no guarantee that your followers will engage your efforts similarly.

According to information gathered by online research company Visibli the average Facebook post has already received more than half of its “likes” before the time it is ninety minutes old.  Following the first few hours’ engagement slows a bit until the average post has almost

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