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    Rposted due to popular demand: On 5 July 2016 at 18:14, Tom Jager <tomjager77@gmail.com> wrote:


    Top tools for creating viral content

    Every blogger, or even businessman who works online, wants to have a viral content and as much as possible unique visitors on their posts. Each of them wants to find a way to create something good that people will share everywhere. Viral content include unique elements, so you have to know how to use them in order to touch people’s emotions. You have to understand your audience and determine your message and place so your audience can find it.

    Here are 7 tools for creating viral content:

    1. WhattheTrend

    This is simple and flexible tool that is very easy to use. It helps you to find out what content is in the trend, and also it gives you a reason why exactly this content is trending. It is a free tool that gives you the information on trending topics.

    1. Alltop

    This is a free tool that helps you to find all the trending topics. This tool has one best thing and that is that it is niche oriented so you can see all trending topics on every niche. This tool will help you get great ideas for creating your viral content.

    1. Storify

    This is a free tool that gathers all the trending topics from social media networks. Stroify gives you the tools for creating the best live content. This tool gives you all the information on a given topic. This simple, social storytelling tools is very easy to use.

    1. Royal Essays

    The most important thing to help your content go viral is the quality of the content. You can’t expect that every time you write something to hit a homerun. With Royal Essays odds will play in your favor and they will provide a high quality viral content for your website.

    1. Piktochart

    Creating infographics is not an easy job. In addition to creative ideas, for a good infographic you need knowledge of graphic designer. However, there are free online tools that can help you create your own infographic. One such tool is Pikrochart where there are already ready templates that can be changed or altered according to your needs. You can choose one of the ready-made templates that you will change, but also you can start create your own infographic. When you start with making infographic, you will get the brief instructions on using this tool, and the result depends on your creativity.

    1. DiggDigg

    To share your blog content on social networks easily, you need to have an extension in the form of so-called social share buttons. One of the best tools for sharing your content on social networks is DiggDigg. You have a choice whether to activate the floating buttons – one that will move along with the page or normal buttons – those who are at the beginning or at the end of the text.

    1. BuzzSumo

    It is another free tool that shows you which content on a particular topic had the most social sharing. Here you can find ideas for activities that are interesting to your target audience. Use this tool and expand your list a little bit more.

    Do not forget that the most useful content promote each website. If you give a reason to your visitors to keep coming back to your site because they always find useful and updated information, be sure that they will promote your website, i.e. they will share your content to the friends, and so will widen your customer base to more people.


    Tom Jager is a professional blogger based in London. He covers topics related to digital marketing, blogging, social media and business in general. He is always seeking to discover new ways for professional and personal growth.

     

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