Would you like to get more online exposure? Try these 5 Tips on how to make a viral video.

  1. The Idea: Your overall goal is to entertain and keep audience engaged to the end and share the video.
  2. The Visuals: A properly done video is more pleasing to the eye. You should aim for quality and visuals that pull audiences into the story.
  3. The Content: It is advisable to keep videos from two to three minutes or perhaps release them in series.
  4. Call to Action: You should incorporate a call to action, for your audiences to be engaged in your brand.
  5. The Community: It’s all about sharing! Your video should be published for maximum exposure.

Check out this example…

How we made this viral:

The final outcome:

REV1000: Commercial from WDF Productions on Vimeo.

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About Folake Bee

Folake Bee is a soulful creative. She is constantly on a mission to finding alignment between work, being a mother to her 6 year old son and doing what lights her up like, travel, spirituality and writing. She’s had a few major life changing experiences and this has left her on a greater mission to riding her fear and inspiring more people along her path. If you are into business, sign up to her free video series on how to use Videos To Win Hearts & Secure Clients here: https://bit.ly/1y5avCC ✨
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