6 Qualities of Content That Gets Socially Shared and Goes Viral

Originally posted on Empire Avenue:

Who doesn’t like shares and retweets? They’re addictive, they spread the word about your brand or website and they’re free promotion. But unfortunately, they aren’t very easy to get, especially given how crowded and noisy the web has become. Even as you read this, hundreds of posts are being published and thousands of updates are being posted on your favorite social media channels and you are probably going to miss out on most of them (that doesn’t mean you should close this and go back to your social streams).

The point I am trying to make is that getting your content promoted on social media has gotten tougher, especially the free aspect of it. Gone are the days when you could put up something interesting and you’d get tons of engagement on it. Now you really need to invest time and effort into making a return. But all is still not…

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Gateway to the inner worlds

Love is the key that unlocks the door to the gateway to the inner worlds. Somewhere in the quiet desperation the knowledge of the key to the gateway to the inner worlds is remembered.

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Gateway to the inner worlds

Love is the key that unlocks the door to the gateway to the inner worlds.

Colin Hall -vision and visual artistry

Colin Hall -vision and visual artistry

Somewhere in the quiet desperation

the knowledge of the key

to the gateway

to the inner worlds is remembered.

Best Social Media Blog from Loyal Readers | Social Media Sun

However, what I like the most about the aforementioned blogs is the fact their owners walk the talk. They share their experiences in every article and make the content relatable and believable.

In a nutshell, they show you how social media is truly done.

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It’s Not *Never* OK To Catcall A Lady . . .

. . . Well, it’s not precisely . . . cold calling . . . though sometimes I heard amazing stories how female inbound AND outbound callers have been . . . erm . . . ‘called’ . . .

Mind to share YOUR stories and how you dealt with it ?

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