Well, a post only becomes viral if lots of people have something to do with it. To make any post viral, you would have to do the Snowball Effect. Send it to your friends and maybe they will send it to their friends and so on. It will become popular and maybe it will go viral. There's no guaranteed way to make a post viral. You just have to create a post, share it and hope that it becomes a hit.
by Anurag Ghosh 5 years ago
How to Disable "Share" link that appears on every Facebook wall post?You may have noticed "Share" just beside "Like" and "Comment". How can I disable it? It appears under every Facebook post, be it a simple status update, an image or an entire photo album.
by Kylyssa Shay 3 years ago
Hubbers are curious about the HubPro Program and even those chosen to participate often don't know as much as they'd like about it.To me, it seems like it would be obvious that posting links to hubs HubPro editing has caused to go viral would help hubbers learn about and become enthusiastic about...
by Nikolic Predrag 5 years ago
Is it allowed to create HubPages group on Facebook to post and promote our hubs?
by Amanda 4 years ago
Do you post links to your hubs on Facebook?People keep telling me I should, but I'm not comfortable doing so for a variety of reasons.If you do post to Facebook, do you see good traffic results from it?
by Debby Bruck 11 days ago
Why do people give up their dreams?As we get older do we get disappointed or feel jaded?
by shawna.wilson 10 years ago
I signed up for Facebook today to try to boost traffic to my hubs. I put an RSS feed on my profile thanks to a suggestion from Steph Hicks. How will I know if it is bringing more traffic to my hubs? Any other suggestions for driving traffic through facebook? I am really new...
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