What Makes Something Go Viral? Babies And Biebers, Not Ballyhoos [Headlines]

What Makes Something Go Viral? Babies And Biebers, Not Ballyhoos [Headlines]
Innovation

Social media expert and NYU professor Scott Galloway explains why certain content goes viral.

Amelia Riley Swan
  • 6 september 2011

In a previous post, social media expert Scott Galloway told us what the Web will look like when, as he predicts, Facebook becomes the Internet. The crucial question for every business will be this:

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