relating to or caused by a virus
A video, image or text spread by "word of mouth" on the internet or by e-mail for humorous, political or marketing purposes.
Of or relating to a biological virus.
Caused by a virus.
Of the nature of an informatic virus; able to spread copies of itself to other computers.
Spread by word of mouth, with minimal intervention in order to create buzz and interest.
Origin: From the stem of virus with suffix -al.
Viral is a fictional character from the 2007 tv series Gurren Lagann.
The numerical value of viral in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of viral in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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viral aesthetics and guerrilla marketing
With the right mix of ingredients those email threads can go viral and reach an audience of millions of people.
We often look at these videos and think they must be luck or by chance, can you guarantee that something will go viral and get millions and millions of page views? No, but you can guarantee it will do better.
In the beginning, I contacted people. Then, the project became viral on the Internet, so people started contacting me. I often posted on my website where I was going, and people would send me old pictures of themselves.
I sent it to a website that caters towards parents that have children with differences or disabilities, from there it went viral, i had no idea that it was going to get the attention or response that it got. After it went viral, there was way more people that could relate to it than I would’ve imagined.
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Translations for viral
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- víric, viralCatalan, Valencian
- viral, Virus-German
- viirus-, viiruslik, viirusturundusEstonian
- viraali, virus-Finnish
- vírus, vírusosHungarian
- 바이러스성, 바이러스의Korean
- viral, salgınTurkish
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