Is your video viral yet ?
There have been the questions of "what exactly constitutes a viral video? How many views does it need to be considered 'viral'? How quickly does it have to rise in viewership?"
There isn't exactly a set rule for how many "views" constitute a video "going viral". In a recent blog post, YouTube personality Kevin Nalty, aka Nalts, asks the question "How many views do you need to be viral?" In 2011 he said, "A few years ago, a video could be considered "viral" if it hit a million views." But Nalts updated that definition. He said, "A video, I submit, is "viral" if it gets more than 5 million views in a 3-7 day period."Live ChatGet a FREE Quote
A viral video to be entertaining needs to have following elements:
- It should be most popular
- The content should be easy to make it viral
- Best for online businesses
- Provides solution for customers problems
HOW TO CREATE A
- Get an attention grabbing title
- Focus the video on a key centered point
- Should answer the customers problem
- The element of surprise is the winner!
In March 2007, an elementary school teacher, Jason Smith, created TeacherTube, a website for sharing educational videos with other teachers. The site now features over 54,000 videos. Some college curricula are now using viral videos in the classroom as well. The courses invite students to produce their own viral videos, focusing on marketing techniques and advertising strategies.