How to Write Articles That Go Viral


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What does it take for something to go viral? 

 

Have you ever written an article that got a ton of shares on social media sites? If you haven’t, you’re going to learn 10 tips for writing content that will increase the likelihood of your posts going viral on social media. If you have, you’ll be able to review these ideas and potentially further improve your writing in order to provide yourself with even more exposure, visibility, and popularity around the subject and topics your’re trying to introduce. By understanding the key concepts that will be listed below, you’ll likely be a force to be reckoned with in social media!  

Mike Ellsworth‘s insight:

One surprise in this excellent article is that longer pieces get shared more readily.

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