Wednesday, 22 June 2016


A Data-Driven Guide to Creating Viral Content [Infographic]
By Brian Dean,

When a piece of content goes viral, there’s no magic or luck involved. In fact, according to new research, viral content tends to contain specific elements that push people to share. I cover 21 of these elements in today’s data-driven guide.

Infographic References:
Data Driven Strategies For Writing Effective Titles & Headlines
2. 20 Ways to Share the Color Knowledge
3. What Makes Online Content Viral?
4. How Twitter’s Expanded Images Increase Clicks, Retweets and Favorites [New Data]
5. The effect of nonprobative photographs on truthiness persists over time
6. Skyword Study: Add Images to Improve Content Performance
7. Informal Study: Professional image content generates 121% more Facebook shares
8. Personalized Calls-to-Action Convert 42% Better [New Data]
9. How Little Do Users Read?
10. Domain Bias in Web Search
11. How Users Read on the Web
12. Why Content Goes Viral: What Analyzing 100 Million Articles Taught Us
13. When Is The Best Time Of The Day To Blog?
14. Concise, SCANNABLE, and Objective: How to Write for the Web
15. 5 Tips to Improve Your Headline Click-through Rate
16. 5 Data Insights into the Headlines Readers Click
17. Search Marketing Benchmark Guide 2008
18. The Importance of Being Seen: Viewability Insights for Digital Marketers and Publishers
A Simple Model of Global Cascades on Random Networks
20. [New Data] Use “Quotes” and #Hashtags to Get More ReTweets

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