My objective for this viral content challenge was to create the most traffic and engagement surrounding this meme on imgur. Faker On imgur I was able to gain a total of 533 views. View post on imgur.com This viral content challenge taught me the importance of scheduling and creating engaging tweets. I saw over the […]Read more "Viral Content Challenge"
“You need to do some meme research,” was not the first thing I would expect to come out of the mouth of one of my professors at the Newhouse School. But then again, this is 2017, this is public communication, and especially in the context of COM 427 – anything goes. Sometimes you need to push […]Read more "Conti’s Viral Content"
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-Chazz Inniss I always wanted to go viral. In some way shape or form I wanted to achieve mass popularity. I never thought it would become an assignment. When creating the meme I naturally gravitated to my face. Why? I think I have a pretty meme-able face. I mean, its expressive, sort of symmetrical, and […]Read more "SOS, I’ve Been Meme’d"
The #StoleMyLook campaign was a social media campaign centered around the goal of hopefully going viral. The content of the campaign was a meme that was posted on Imgur and then later included in several Tweets as well as Facebook posts. Stole My Look Although it was part of a viral content challenge, the […]Read more "Stole My Look"
For the NHsmc viral content challenge, I created a meme of Michael Scott, a popular fictional character from the mockumentary series The Office. Michael Scott knows! The meme included a caption – Michael Scott knows! – as well as several hashtags to draw in engagement straight from the Imgur site. My campaign lasted for about 8 […]Read more "Michael Scott Viral Content Challenge"
During the marketing planning portion of my viral content challenge, I listed a bunch of objective for myself: At least 35 engagements on my Twitter webcard At least 8 shares of the meme on different social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram, but the primary goal is for Twitter (retweet) At least 3 likes […]Read more "Campaign Analysis"
This is a critical analysis of my Viral Content Challenge, in which I tweeted and promoted an Imgur meme of Jim Boeheim with overlying text about our SmartBrief quizzes. Measurable objectives from my marketing plan: Achieve over 500 views Achieve over 100 expands Achieve over 50 link clicks Achieve over 10 retweets Achieve over 15 […]Read more "Viral Content Challenge Analysis"
Today I want to introduce to you “Freshman Kitty” – A Meme I have created to connect to the internet’s favorite topic: Cats! Freshman Kitty is the cheeky kid in all of us, that always knows better. We can probably all admit to having waited to the last minute to complete an assignment thinking it […]Read more "Freshman Kitty – Making my Meme go viral"
Part 2: Campaign Analysis Objective The objective of this content campaign was to exceed the expected 500 views on Imgur and to garner 20 retweets and 40 likes on Twitter in addition to that. Meme Freshman Year vs. Senior Year Twitter Webcard Tweet https://cards.twitter.com/cards/18ce541xz7x/405tj every senior understands… https://t.co/w0sHOlzRJs — Christy Fox (@christyecf) […]Read more "#NHsmc Viral Content Challenge: Freshman vs. Senior Year"