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Published on Mar 24, 2015
Every day brands create content with the hopes that it will "go viral". The prospect of a massive amount of earned media (i.e. free impressions) is provocative, but how realistic is it? In order to create content that people will share we must understand certain undeniable truths that are grounded in who we are as humans and how we interact with each other.
This presentation will uncover why, how, and when people share using psychological, neurological, and biological truths. I will then apply these truths to a simple set of principles that will help improve the likelihood that the content you are creating is more sharable. It might not go viral, but more people will see it.