Popcorn is great with a movie or possibly for stringing around an old-fashioned Christmas tree, but it’s a little less universally loved when it’s applied to the ceiling as a texture. “Popcorn
Dated: December 7 2017
Why do things go "viral"? What is it about a cat video that resonates with 5,000,000 people? Is it that those 5M people all share it? Why does a motivational speech, with the same message as the countless other speeches, get so wildly popular?
The answer is influencers. Virality can be triggered by just one user, with a ton of clout, sharing a video with his/her followers that can number in the hundreds of thousands, or even in the millions. That video gets viewed, liked, and shared
If you read what others say about becoming viral, they'll tell you thing like SEO, keywords, and tags. Sure this helps drive natural traffic to your media but it does not make it viral on its own.
Now, you just need to get an audience with an influencer :)