Why do you want your content to go viral? The primary reason is to create awareness about your product or service. The second question you should ask yourself is, what will it do to your business if your content goes viral? It will make customers buy your product or service and increase your sales revenue.
Sending across messages where they are not needed will create piles of rejections. To find out if the content will become a success story or a failure, post it and observe the response. If people are accepting and wanting more of it, then officially publish or post it on your website.
Choosing the right sites for your content is very important. If things go the right way, everything will be sorted, and conversions will be easy. Now look at the other side of the story, failures are there too.
Not every campaign that goes viral succeeds. Often, when the message spreads to so many people, it backfires.
Keep tabs on the servers to see if they are powerful enough to handle the traffic that is driving in because of the content. Create loops and share the post with your friends and family so that it reaches the maximum potential audience.