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Content persuasive and memorable enough has the tendency to evoke the person to share it to others, has ethics, emotion, and logic. If the content is credible, has some emotional appeal, and is logical, it has a high probability to be shared among others.
Why some stories go viral and others don’t was first discussed back in 350 BCE by Aristotle.
Studies on the ‘viral’ tendencies of articles showed that:
Content can go viral when one takes care of the following things:
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Strong Emotion. Create shareable, viral content that is relatable to the the audience.
Progress. Reward people who always patronize your service or product to make them always go back to you.
Strong Feature Design. Consider the right color for your ads to enhance the sense of excitement of the audience.
Price. Establish a low price or make it look like it is. Have promos or discounts.
Limited Products. There is always a demand for seasonal or limited products.
The most valued childhood experiences of people who grew up in the 1970s and 1980s are things that the current generation of kids are far less likely to know.
What stands out is that
American children have less independence and autonomy today.
Kids who have autonomy and independence are less likely to be anxious. They are more likely to grow into self-sufficient adults.
A childhood privilege was spending regular time with parents and access to meaningful interactions with other family members, especially grandparents.
Close grandparent-child relationships have significant mental health benefits for both children and grandparents.
Emotions are not “bad” or “good” but simply “comfortable” or “uncomfortable.” And even uncomfortable emotions (like sadness, anger etc) help us point issues we ignored about ourselves.
By stigmatizing uncomfortable feelings, we tend to eliminate the visibility of these emotions in society and people who feel sad or depressed believe they are the only ones who feel this way because they don’t see examples of others living with the same emotions around them.