People crying, talking animals, feats of daring, poop jokes. It’s all here, folks.
Guest Post People share for two major reasons: “a) they altruistically want to share the enjoyment of that video with others or b) they selfishly want to be seen sharing or critiquing that video.”
63 percent of video-watching on mobile phones, the study said, happens right at home sweet home.
Apparently Red Bull employees don’t just sell energy drinks. They’re also customers.
Conway’s latest viral video, which he describes as a “gift to San Francisco,” is already making its rounds on the Internet. It’s not surprising, given that the stars of the new video boast a combined 4.2 million Twitter followers.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWTx-NDCwSk&w=560&h=315] PBS has been kicking butt lately with its viral video series (for reference, see this Mr. Rogers clip or the Bob Ross Remix). In a new YouTube vid, PBS gets super meta and tackles the whole concept of memetics and viral videos.
Editor's Pick Dead Island is one of the most anticipated games of the fall gaming season. It comes out next week — and you probably wouldn’t know about it if it weren’t for a gritty, visceral game trailer that went viral thanks to social media and word of mouth.