We wish this was a joke, but apparently in today’s viral video, this is a very real product they’re selling.
YouTube’s Fine Brothers are back in today’s viral video featuring old people watching those allegedly viral Old Spice commercials for the first time.
Game of Thrones gets the Bad Lip Reading treatment in today’s viral video.
The announcement by Michael Krivicka and the geniuses of ThinkModo that Dave, the guy living inside the iconic Astor Place cube in NYC, has not, in fact been living inside the cube.
There may not be a one-size-fits-all solution for making a video go viral, but video technology company Unruly has made a compelling argument for posting videos on Wednesday to boost views and shares in its Science of Sharing white paper, which analyzes 12 commercials from Super Bowl XLVII.
As Gangnam Style approaches 1 billion views, another viral video is making history on YouTube as well. Today, ‘Charlie bit my finger’ became the first non-professional, non-music video to surpass half a million YouTube views. The video hit the landmark just in time for the launch of three new original web shows staring viral stars Charlie and Harry, along with their younger brother Jasper.
Think you’ve got what it takes to predict up-and-coming viral videos before they blow up? Prove it on the Viral Video eXchange, a new game that lets you buy and sell virtual stock in online videos.
“Viral video” has taken over the web. With over 3 billion hours of video being watched every month on YouTube, everybody is talking about the latest YouTube sensation or viral hit. PBS takes a look into the world of viral video in the latest episode of their web-original series Off Book.
This week’s funny video roundup includes an unusual talent, a five-year old’s impression of some popular brands, a receipt-giving dog, a human jukebox and more. So grab a cup o’ joe, take a seat and get ready for some serious lolz.
A new study from Jun Group finally puts a value on earned media and reveals that, indeed, brands that run viral campaigns in which they pay for views actually do see post-view action worth up to 30.1 percent more than what they spend on their campaigns.