What makes Tsu content go viral

What makes content go viral?

Look around the web and you will find marketers who are able to create viral content quickly and without little effort.

How do they do this? Everything they touch seems to turn to gold. What is their big secret? What do they know that we don’t?

Well the secret is being able to generate traffic. They are an authority in what they do and they have a following that can instantly propel them. This is why you need to build your Tsu followers and friends.

Let’s break down the types of content that can go viral

Types of content that goes viral

How to Create Tsu Content That Goes Viral

Now that we know the types of content that will get results on Tsu you need to start to write about these niches.

Positive uplifting content always gets shared. The world is not always a happy place and nor is social media. Tsu content that is positive and uplifting helps people get away from the negativity surrounding them, it is an escape

Practical Tsu content gives you that “Eureka Moment” …. that moment when something clicks and something is learned. It’s then useful to share and pay it forward to the next Tsuvian.

Emotional Tsu content activates a high-arousal emotion within members and compels them to engage. High arousal emotions can be either positive or negative (both types work) and we can break those down into, awe, anger, anxiety, fear, joy, lust, and surprise. The key is knowing how to trigger an emotional response.

How to create viral content on Tsu

7 Emotions That Will Help Your Content Go Viral On the Tsu Social Network

1/ Awe

What’s awe? It’s quite simply something remarkable. Something that people can’t resist commenting on. This can be in the form of a story, or a real-life event.

2/ Anger

When you upset people, they’ll work hard to get a sense of  justice, but you really should stay away from Tsu member fights, but anger relating to something that has happened in the news would be a good place to attempt to trigger the anger emotion.

3/ Anxiety

People hate losing things they have.  If you’re writing content that talks about potentially losing out on something, that creates anxiety. The closing of a neighbourhood facility would be an example. Social issues trigger anxiety.

4/ Fear

Fear is one of the biggest motivators on Earth. People can’t resist but take action when motivated with fear.

5/ Joy

What makes people happy? There’s loads of things.

It can be something funny, inspiring, or anything that’s positive. Great examples are pictures of your kids achieving something, or you showing off the new puppy that just joined the family. What makes you happy on Tsu?

A great way to target the “joy” emotion is by telling a story from your life that I know people can connect with.

6/ Lust

Lust is just not about sex, you can lust after money, cars, women, men, or anything like that. To trigger lust, you simply need to show members potential results for reaction.

7/ Surprise

What surprises people? Anything that goes against their expectations. You can challenge assumptions, and prove them wrong. You can share new ways of doing things, or share results of personal tests.

Write a compelling call to action Post Title

Grab the attention, the title should be the trigger for the emotional response you want.

Pictures are key on Tsu

People tend to be visual, if you have a good relevant picture accompanying your content you will pick up likes, comments and shares even if the viewer isn’t interested in the subject itself.



You can implement the tips above but the level of results you get will still depend on your Network Size. If you don’t have many friends and followers then your results will not be as good as if you had a large Network. Post quality content that Tsu members want to read and you will find you steadily grow and your views will ramp.

Hope this helps… let me know how you get on and feel free to tag me in your Tsu Social Posts @dexterroona

Regards Dexter


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