The apocalypse has come and gone. No one was raptured on May 21, 2011, but everyone was talking about it. Why all the buzz about the end of the world? This is the first apocalypse in the online social-networking age. The same online viral phenomenon that brought us keyboard cat, Dr Horrible’s Sing Along Blog, and Justin Bieber put Harold Camping’s apocalypse in the headlines.
At the end of the day this apocalypse was a viral marketing campaign. And it worked! Facebook and Twitter were overloaded with rapture-mania.
So if a crazy preacher who has failed two times (a least) to predict the end of the world can go viral, then so can you.
The first thing you need is a website that allows you to tap in to social networking.
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Here’s a funny parody video teaching you the “secret strategies” behind many viral videos that went viral!