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  • Roby Widjaja

How to get your content viral easy and fast for free?



For some people, it is very important to get their content viral, because viral content means a free advertisement for their content. There are two sites that can help to get content viral easy and fast for free, they are:


1. TraffUp

2. Viral Content Bee


What are those sites?


Those two sites are social media platforms that provide a facility for its users to:


1. Follow, like, or share other users’ social media accounts ( such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. ) or content for credits/points.

2. Get their own social media accounts or content followed, liked, or shared by other users for credits/points too.


Those two sites provide two kinds of membership, free and paid membership.


How does it work?


It works very simply and easily. Once after we signup, we can start to follow, like, or share other users’ social media accounts or content to gain credits/points.


When other users follow, like, or share our social media accounts or content, they gain credits/points too from our credits/points.


It works both ways simultaneously.


How fast is it to get our content viral?


The answer to this question is depending on how many credits/points we can accumulate by following, liking, or sharing other users’ social media accounts or content.


Yes, those two sites offer its users to buy credits/points too by money. It means we don’t need to spend time and do efforts to get credits/points.


How viral can our content go?


It depends on how many credits/points we have on our accounts on those two sites. The more credits/points we have on our accounts, the more viral our content can go.



iMarketology can help you to create viral content for your Digital Marketing Campaign in many different formats ( written/text-based content, 2D Image, or video ). iMarketology can also help you to grow your followers based and engagement rate for your social media accounts so that you can save time and money.



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