It's not easy to create a viral video

I've posted over 60 videos of Wally, motorbiking, sky diving, plane flying, etc. but none became viral.  

The reason I do those videos is mostly for a virtual album and for my mother who's in a home and does not have any computer skill.   Therefore, bringing her a burnt DVD with the videos when I visit is a way to put a smile on her face.   Plus, in order to create a viral you can't have any copyright material so therefore the music from the web that makes such an impact on clips, does prevent it somehow.

But this evening I might have a good receipy.

1.  Wally's favorite toy (2$ plastic ball from Dollard stores)

2.  Open the backyard gate and bolts for the ball, pushing it, kicking it, trying to grab it... it's hilarious.


What would happen if one day he were to enter the backyard and there would be 10-15 of those balls (multicolor) displayed evenly in the backyard????


Guess we'll find out.    :)

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Comment by Denis J. on August 6, 2014 at 12:12pm

I share the video on my Facebook and on here but that's it.   Some embed the link on other videos if they can and share on any other random site to maximize exposures.    It's great if you're making a monetary gains out of 1000 views at a time but my clips are not monetized due to copyright issues.     Plus to make a substantial gain, you need to be in the millions mark.

I'm just happy if it brings a smile on the viewers.

Comment by Vicky Hay on August 6, 2014 at 11:03am

Ha ha! All of us who use Twitter & FB should tweet & retweet and do whatever one does on Facebook to see if we can engineer a viral epidemic. (Would that be called "virality"???)

Comment by Denis J. on August 5, 2014 at 8:32pm

Didn't spend much time on it but it's still fun.

Comment by susan on August 5, 2014 at 10:11am
Good luck with Dennis! I'll do my best to help it go viral. :)

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