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7 Tips To Make Your Video Go Viral

Updated on April 15, 2015

How to Make a Viral Video

It is no doubt that online businesses thrive on conversion rates. Unlike content which is relatively converted, making a video go viral has it challenges. Easily shared content is seen as a business tool and entices consumers to come back for return purchases.
Currently, only 3 per cent of content posted online, including videos go viral. Winning the heart of the internet is a surefire way of becoming noticed not only by the search engines but your viewership. Originality is one quality that can not be replicated. The failure rate of videos is so high that it takes patience and determination to succeed.
Reversing the success odds of viral video is possible though. Once you pull through, reaping online business benefits becomes a reality given the fact that content viewing is popular than reading. A simple breakthrough can be achieved by maintaining these seven qualities below:

Be Brief and Engaging

Always remember this is the digital generation and you are targeting the short Instagram video allowance or the 140 Twitter characters. This means brief content packed with the message you are sending to your viewers. Making people watch an entire video can be hard since only 20 per cent watch for more than 10 seconds. If you translated this to a minute, you can imagine how many views lost making your fail to go viral.
Many successful viral videos seek to attract if they fascinate with select use of fun, suspense an unexpected out come. A viral video is created without the best for the last like the movies.

Evoke Positive Emotions

Emotions engage the viewer and this should be your video strength. This way,it becomes sharable especially when these are strong. Kids for instance watch some cartoons because they depict real life. Generally, happy emotions are more sharable than sad ones; s quality to bank on when creating a viral video.
The most shared videos in social media are the ones that make other people smile while getting the intended message. Sad videos are shared among people or closed groups and hardly goes viral.

Choose The Timing

Knowing the trending events and topics and hooking your video to them can easily make it go viral. Do not just choose topics that you enjoy, choose those that other are looking for; they are the ones who will share your video content to make it go viral.
There are many topics to choose from. These include sports and sports personalities, models, pop music stars and emotional breaking news as well. Once you present what your audience is looking for, they will help you share it making it go viral.

Evoke Positive Emotions

Emotions engage the viewer and this should be your video strength. This way,it becomes sharable especially when these are strong. Kids for instance watch some cartoons because they depict real life. Generally, happy emotions are more sharable than sad ones; s quality to bank on when creating a viral video.
The most shared videos in social media are the ones that make other people smile while getting the intended message. Sad videos are shared among people or closed groups and hardly goes viral.

Involve Yourself

Your viewers should see you as an authority. The level you engage your target market helps you convert your adorers into users and they will come back to your video site for more using the viral video link or url. Once you create some form of loyalty, your audience does the marketing job for you freely. It would also add value if you create personalized video replies to their comments as well with a global appeal.

Give Relevant Information

Being informative is captures the audience who are constantly looking for new ideas. If the information you are giving has positive impact on the audience, chances are that the video goes viral. Information that improves peoples lives is more sharable than those that offer old ideas.

Choose The Timing

Knowing the trending events and topics and hooking your video to them can easily make it go viral. Do not just choose topics that you enjoy, choose those that other are looking for; they are the ones who will share your video content to make it go viral.
There are many topics to choose from. These include sports and sports personalities, models, pop music stars and emotional breaking news as well. Once you present what your audience is looking for, they will help you share it making it go viral.

Do Not Accept Defeat

Creating a viral video is not that easy and if you are a quitter, do not try it. Hard work and patience is the way to a successful viral video. Avoid repeating what is already online, get fresh and original ideas and blend these with what is trending and your video goes viral.

Choose to Inspire

Your storyline should inspire your audience. Give a transformational account; a real life success story is better than a failure one. Choose the content that people want and do force it down their throats. Once you present a positive story, people will always share since everyone one else wants to succeed as well as their friends making your video go viral.

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