Getting Your Video to Go Viral Online

When you make a video, it is a good idea to do everything that you possibly can to ensure that you go viral. There are a lot of reasons you might want to consider going viral online. One reason is because it can actually help money-wise, as a lot of different videos can bring in money to the people who did them. This is a wonderful option for you and is something that you are going to find to be a great option for your needs.

The most important thing to consider when trying to go viral is that you need to make sure that you do everything in your power to get noticed. A lot of people are actually choosing to do some marketing in order to get the recognition that they need. This might be a good option for you, but it is important to realize that you are also going to be spending some money just to get this done. Make sure that you look at the different advertising options available to you to see what is going to work for you.

Now that you know how important it is for you to get your videos to go viral, it is essential that you make the decision to do this on your own accord. This means that you can save some money by not spending a lot on marketing and advertising, as both of these options can be quite pricey if you are not too careful. Make sure to get a video that is totally unique as well, as this is going to increase the chances of people wanting to view it for themselves. Make sure that you do your research and see what is out there for you when you need it for yourself. Because there are so many different options on the market, it pays for you to make the most out of this for yourself and get the right exposure.

College Student’s Charity Pledge Goes Viral

19-year-old Danni Messina was trying to do a good deed when she posted a tweet on her Twitter account supporting St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital and promising to donate money to the pediatric facility for each favorite and retweet. Messina assumed that 25 cents for each retweet and 50 cents for each favorite would result in her donating around $1000 to the hospital. With just over 600 followers, she didn’t realize how quickly her tweet would catch on. She first tweeted early in the morning on November 26, but soon discovered that she had vastly underestimated Twitter users. By the next afternoon, her tweet had been retweeted by thousands of people and received hundreds of likes. Messina realized that, according to her promise, she now owed St. Jude’s more than $40,000. The sum was much more than her original $1000 amount and completely beyond her means as a struggling college student at Washington State University.

Overwhelmed by the outpouring of support for her cause online, she quickly ended her Twitter fundraising campaign. When the final social media numbers were totaled, Messina found that her pledge would be around $200,000 if she stuck to her original parameters. However, despite her financial limitations, Messina wasn’t ready to throw in the towel. She launched a GoFundMe page online to help her fulfill her pledge. The online community responded with generosity, donating over $50,000 in five days. Messina says that she will donate the money to St. Jude’s along with $1000 of her own money.

Messina was inspired to tweet her pledge after she found out her friend was spending the Thanksgiving holiday with his grandmother at St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Moved by the plight of children who are forced to be in the hospital during the holidays, Messina decided to send the charitable tweet supporting St. Jude’s out to her followers. She never expected the pledge to gain so much attention, but her efforts have won her praise from patients at St. Jude’s and their families. Her donations will help defray the massive cost of running St. Jude’s. The hospital provides free healthcare, but daily operating costs amount to more than $2 million.

Memes: The Internet New Definition of Fun

Take a group of millennials and hand them a pen and paper. Ask them to write down one of the most magical things about the internet. Be assured; the highest number will have the word MEMES somewhere on the list. While the internet gives us almost all the information we need, it has become one of the pillars that mold our generation. Today, most of the millennials spend time crying about the poor state of the American politics, their college debt, and the state of the economy. Luckily, the internet provides them with relatable viral images that brighten their moods and gets rid of the frown on their faces.

For decades to come, our future generations will thank us for all the dank memes. That being said, coming up with top viral images becomes challenging with every coming year. In 2016, we were drawn to ‘Damn Daniel’, and the political activist and internet sensational, Ken Bone. Additionally, we got treated to an image of Arthur’s clenched fist which went further in summing our emotions when we get ticked off. With all honesty, we deserved that.

With 2017 in the picture, we were faced with uncertainty over how we would surpass the limits set by 2016 MEMES. Think about it; it must have been an impossible feat. What would possibly exceed the ‘Damn Daniel?’ What would rival Ken Bone, Arthurs clenched fist, Harambe, DJ Khaled and the Evil Kermit? As we approach the end of 2017, it most certainly looks like we accepted the challenge. Once again, the internet has delivered memes to be cherished and enjoyed long into the future. One of those memes that have the internet community breaking their ribs in laughter involved a disloyal man. The guy was taking a walk with his girlfriend, and he stops to look and stare at a beautiful passing lady. The picture is pretty simple. The guy is holding his GF whose face looks hilarious. Well, the memes that followed are what made the internet even crazier.

Giant Teddy Bear Becomes Internet Sensation

The creator of a giant teddy bear is not someone that you would expect to be a deadly serious person, but that is who Nikola Matic is. He is the creator of the company JoyFay which makes the ridiculously large teddy bear.

On Amazon, the teddy bear has gotten a 4.6 out of 5 star review average. As Geekwire.com explains though, it was the negative reviews that helped propel the bear to all of its fame and stardom on the Internet. A couple of people online gave negative reviews of the bear pointing out that its legs were disproportional compared to the rest of its body. Those reviews got picked up on the Internet for whatever reason, and now they are all that anyone can seem to talk about when it comes to this bear.

It seems that people cannot stop cracking up at just how funny this particular bear looks. Even while they are laughing though, they are continuing to buy the bear. They have loaded up the company with more and more orders for this particularly cuddly stuffed animal.

JoyFay was created when the founder saw that people tended to search for life-sized stuffed animals right around the Valentine’s Day holiday. He wanted to build a company that could meet that market demand right where it was. Therefore, his company began to produce this bear. What he did not expect was to have such high demand the whole year long because of some humourous negative Amazon reviews.

It is a $110 teddy bear, but that has not meant it hasn’t sold. As a matter of fact, the company has sold around 30,000 of them already. That far outpaced the expectations that even the founder of the company had for himself when he went out to create this one. The popularity of the bear was not exactly an accident, but it was certainly boosted by some negative reviews left on Amazon about the length of the bear’s legs.

Glitter Coffee Drinks Are Blowing Up Instagram

People are always experimenting with new ways to drink their coffee. The latest trend that is blowing up the internet is drinking glitter coffee, glitter lattes, and glitter cappuccinos. People are posting pictures all over Instagram of their coffee drinks with various glitter designs.

 

Coffee by Di Bella, a coffee shop in Australia, was the first to create this kind of coffee. They called it the Diamond and Gold Cappuccino. It is basically a regular cappuccino, but with a touch of and a sprinkle of gold and diamond glitter on the top.

 

The main reason why people are even buying this coffee is in order to post pictures of it on their Instagram accounts. The owner of Coffee by Di Bella admitted that social media is one of the main reasons that the glitter coffee drink even exists. He said that he wanted to create a drink that is social media friendly.

 

If you want to drink this coffee, be aware that your mouth will get full of glitter. Regular glitter is not edible, so it may not be entirely safe or healthy to actually drink and consume all that glitter. That is why it is a good idea that if you do want to create your own glitter cappuccinos, you should only use FDA approved edible glitter. These types of glitter are entirely safe to consume and will not pose any health risks.

 

Other companies have also been tapping into the social media coffee trend. Starbucks has been creating various kinds of coffee and lattes that are very visually appealing. People are posting pictures of those lattes on Instagram as well.

 

A cafe in the West Midlands, which is in the United Kingdom, is also becoming famous for their golden glitter lattes. This cafe is owned by Deb and Andrew Pease. One user said that the glitter cappuccino tastes like a regular cappuccino, but with more bling.

Funny Viral Internet Video That Trends In 2017

It’s surprising how a trend on the internet can take off within a short time and a few minutes later, even seconds, goes completely viral. People have different ways of thinking and they transfer just that to memes and hilarious videos that trend easily, receiving millions of likes, views, and even comments. Below are just but a few viral trends of 2017.

“Yeet”

This is an emerging dancing style that has gotten people speaking. A dancer swings their arms and shoulders sideways while they yell ‘Yeet’ along with the beat. However, people have forgotten the desired meaning of the dance, and they will only yell ‘yeet’ to make fun. It is also used as a sound effect.

What are those?

Very few people would dare confront a police officer and ask them a shitty question, just like the guy in this popular video does. First, he starts by asking the cop whether he could ask him a question. Then he pulls out his cellphone and points it to the police shoes before posing the question “what are those?” Watch it here.

The potato in the room

The original version of this trendy video started with a child who when singing a song swapped the word ‘tornado’ in the song for ‘potato.’ The video got more than 10 million loops in fourteen days. The second version then came about, but this time, the audio in the original song was paired with a real potato that was suspended from a ceiling fan.

Jeff is my name

Channing Tatum in a film fakes a foreign accent when trying to say his name, “My name is Jeff,” but fails. This got thousands of people creating uncountable memes that trended in 2017.

I eat pears

When Rick Ross in an interview expressed his love for eating pears as a weight loss strategy, he did not know it would be the talk of the year. How he pronounced letter P in Pears was all it took to make the video viral.

Robocall Mispronunciation of a Student’s Name Goes Viral

Nicomi Stewart is an angry mum. She is angered by the consistent mispronunciation of her daughter’s name by a robocall machine.

According to Stewart, an automated call was sent to her phone pronouncing the name of her daughter Nicarri with a racially toned “N” word.The message was simply meant to inform her that her daughter had missed a class and said “This is Edison Career and Technology High School. Your daughter, N****r, has missed period one on…”

The robocall was repeated a couple of times, giving Stewart a perfect opportunity to record it.Speaking to a local Tv station, Steward said, “It was unbelievable. I was shocked. I was disgusted. I was upset.”

The school administration was however profusely apologetic over the incidence and promised to have the girl’s name removed from the automated calling system.

Lawrence Bo Wright, the deputy superintendent of administration at the school, said that the mispronunciation was caused by a software error, adding that the school has contacted the family and apologized accordingly.

The school has outsourced its messaging services to Blackboard Connect, a software developer who is responsible for the mass messages to various stakeholders.

Blackboard Connect explained that the software generates voice from text that is keyed into the system through a Test To Speech(TTS) app. “In this case it appears that the system mispronounced the recipient’s child’s name, sounding like a racial slur.”

The story could not have made as much scuffle had WHAM-TV not made a thing about it. However, Stewart was still annoyed by the fact that the school kept on sending her the slurred message even after the complaints.

“They’re making me look like I’m slightly bananas and lying about this, when they’re saying they rectified something they haven’t rectified yet,” Stewart said.

The school claimed that the problem had been rectified and that they would only contact her by phone a call or email until the correction is done.

Tips for Becoming an Internet Hit

Nowadays, everyone wants to become internet famous. It’s a great way to get your face and name out there while also bringing in a little bit of cash. This is due to the fact that there are tons of methods to utilize in order to get famous, and there are many people using these methods in order to achieve internet fame. One way to become famous is to have your own ideas. The key is to be original and not copy everyone else’s ideas. This is why it’s important for you to consider the right type of idea so that you can create a channel and videos that are totally unique to you.

 

There are a lot of people who are making this an option for themselves, so it also pays to have a channel for yourself and to utilize it for your own benefit. There are tons of people out there who make use of this for themselves, and the key is to have your own channel so that you can feel confident that you’re making the right decision and using a good option for your own benefit. This is why a lot of people are choosing to begin doing their research and becoming hits and famous practically overnight.

 

Once you make your own channel and have an idea that is truly unique to you, it’s time for you to think about the benefits of doing this and knowing that it is a great way for you to earn a bit of extra money. In fact, lots of people are finding this to be a great choice for when they are going to be working with professionals and know that it is a great way to get famous. There are tons of people who are getting famous on the internet, so it pays to consider this for yourself and see what it is able to do for you in the long run as you grow online.

Houston helps a friend in viral video

If you need an example of a city working together through happiness and tragedy, then look no further than the latest viral video from Houston.
The hometown Astros recently won the World Series in a thrilling seven-game contest against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Houston, which had never won a championship in baseball, was rocked by major flooding from Hurricane Harvey just two months earlier, causing millions in damage and the loss of more than just homes and possessions. The team rallied the city, and to some extent the country, in winning it all this season for the first time in franchise history.
The city celebrated accordingly with a large parade through downtown Houston. The viral video sensation, as noted by Buzzfeed news [https://www.buzzfeed.com/gavon/this-video-of-people-uniting-to-toss-a-hat-up-a-building-is?utm_term=.erA91D42a#.jgYwlNkxn] captured a moment of triumph and never giving up.
Fans gathered along the streets and stretched from nearby buildings to catch a glimpse of their favorite players and the coveted championship trophy. Throngs of people extended from a parking garage from which the video originated. The sea of orange and black apparel and flags was briefly interrupted by a falling hat seemingly from the sky.
Someone had dropped their hat from several stories above amid the parade’s excitement. However, Houston again proved it was there to help a friend.
The video captured the journey of the hat back to its rightful owner. Fans tossed the hat upward to cheers as it gained altitude. It even fell a few times, but was snatched again like a prized home run ball to even louder cheers.
The original owner raised her arms in celebration when the hat made its way home. The parade continued as many might not have known of the heroic effort at the time. Twitter and the world helped everyone know of the deed later Friday, November 3.

Funny Viral Internet Video That Trends In 2017

It’s surprising how a trend on the internet can take off within a short time and a few minutes later, even seconds, goes completely viral. People have different ways of thinking and they transfer just that to memes and hilarious videos that trend easily, receiving millions of likes, views, and even comments. Below are just but a few viral trends of 2017.

 

 

“Yeet”

 

 

This is an emerging dancing style that has gotten people speaking. A dancer swings their arms and shoulders sideways while they yell ‘Yeet’ along with the beat. However, people have forgotten the desired meaning of the dance, and they will only yell ‘yeet‘ to make fun. It is also used as a sound effect.

 

 

What are those?

 

 

Very few people would dare confront a police officer and ask them a shitty question, just like the guy in this popular video does. First, he starts by asking the cop whether he could ask him a question. Then he pulls out his cellphone and points it to the police shoes before posing the question “what are those?” Watch it here.

 

 

The potato in the room

 

 

The original version of this trendy video started with a child who when singing a song swapped the word ‘tornado’ in the song for ‘potato.’ The video got more than 10 million loops in fourteen days. The second version then came about, but this time, the audio in the original song was paired with a real potato that was suspended from a ceiling fan.

 

 

Jeff is my name

 

 

Channing Tatum in a film fakes a foreign accent when trying to say his name, “My name is Jeff,” but fails. This got thousands of people creating uncountable memes that trended in 2017.

 

 

I eat pears

 

 

When Rick Ross in an interview expressed his love for eating pears as a weight loss strategy, he did not know it would be the talk of the year. How he pronounced letter P in Pears was all it took to make the video viral.