How to build a viral video: ‘It’s a miracle, a miracle that we have been able to live on’
Posted On July 15, 2021
The internet was a lonely place for two years, with little in the way of social media or blogs to share stories of hope and optimism.
That changed when I visited a local primary school.
It was the only place in town I could visit, and the teachers and students seemed to be on the same page.
They were sharing their stories, and I knew I was in the right place.
I met my partner and started sharing the videos I’d created with friends and family.
A few weeks later, I was contacted by a man who said he was a teacher at the school and wanted to show me some of his work.
I got to know the man and he told me how he got the idea for the videos.
He had a passion for teaching and teaching kids.
He was a brilliant man and a real life hero, I thought.
Within weeks, I had a new video that I could share with my friends.
We shared it with our family and we all started liking it.
The videos have been shared over 4,500 times.
The viral video that started it all This video is not a new idea.
I was inspired to create the first viral video in the early 2000s.
The first viral videos were inspired by the love stories of kids in schools and families.
As a result, it was a good idea to create a video that could help kids find happiness.
My original viral video is a simple, catchy song, but it’s very emotional.
The song is about two sisters who love one another and want to be a team.
When I created this video, I wanted to share something special.
I wanted to tell stories that could inspire kids to have a life together, something positive and positive about the world.
It was about making a positive difference.