- 06 Feb
The Psychology Behind Viral Marketing Videos
by Clifford Chi
In 2007, brothers Chip and Death Heath rose to prominance. They did that when their book Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die climbed to the top of both The New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists.
Their book was able to achieve this level of success because it taught their model for making ideas “sticky”. Or, in other words, how to make ideas digestible, memorable, and compelling, something we all want to do in our marketing. But, their ideas also explain a lot about the psychology behind what makes a marketing video go viral.
The Heath Brothers noticed that a “sticky” idea usually follows six principles. And by applying these principles to our marketing videos, they will become that ‘golden ticket’ to the viral video hall of fame. And to see some examples of how this works and some tips on how you can use them, read the full article at HubSpot.com