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3 Quick, Counterintuitive Strategies to Go Viral on Any Platform

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Many writers use the wrong strategy when trying to go viral. A pattern I often see goes like this:

  • A content creator makes a piece of content, like, say “How to Make Money Online.” Maybe it’s a Twitter thread, maybe it’s a YouTube video, maybe it’s an article. For the sake of this article, let’s say it’s a Twitter thread.

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Zulie Rane

Zulie Rane

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