Comes from the word “virus" - it is when something spreads and is shared quickly.
Videos are only one form of content that tend to go viral.
There's a very specific number of shares, likes, retweets, reblogs, or whatever other measure of interaction needed to be reached in order for something to claim "viral" status.
If you were to get a few hundred or thousand likes on an Instagram post when you're used to maybe getting 2 or 3 likes on average, did the post go viral?
Nobody knows the secret formula to going viral.
A virally-transmitted photograph that is embellished with text that pokes fun at a cultural symbol or social idea.
A type of modern internet meme that has some element of humor.
Memes that claim some kind of life lesson.
The majority of internet memes are transmitted by 20-something millennials.
What year was the word meme first introduced by evolutionary biologist, Richard Dawkin.
A way to categorize a something – most often a statement, but often an image or video. It allows readers (web surfers) to find tons of content all related to a specific topic, category, event, or idea.
The word meme comes from a the greek word mimema meaning what?
A hashtag is a hyperlink.
A hashtag can generate leads, bring companies new fans, bring new opportunities, and help people discover things they might not have found otherwise.
This is an example of what kind of meme?