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A reporter whose quitting-on-air video went viral launched a crowdfunding campaign soon after her infamous resignation.
AFV partners with YouTube’s Maker Studios and Shay Carl to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
“Shockvertising” allows companies to stand out, while social media users gather the pitchforks, the torches — and sometimes, the money.
The #IceBucketChallenge flooded Facebook feeds, drew criticism, and has been credited with raising $100 million for ALS charities.
Why was Sadie so sad about her brother growing up? Right This Minute talked to Sadie’s mom to get the story behind the viral video.
After building an empire on plagiarized content, BuzzFeed justifies deleting the same content by saying it ‘didn’t meet editorial standards.’
Is Clickhole satire of clickbait, or satire as clickbait?
Here’s what online marketers can learn from these five social media campaigns that went viral.
Design agency The Pink Group created a piece of content that amassed many social shares. How did they do it?