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  • 1. All images are licensedunder the CreativeCommons Non-Commercial Share-Alike3.0 Agreement. Sourcedfrom Flickr, Photodune,and Shutterstock.
  • 2. ReferencesYou didnt make the Harlem Shake go viral—corporations did. By Kevin Ashton.Quartz. March 2013.Gangnam Style Marketing. By Lucy Tesseras MarketingWeek. April 2013.Why the #HarlemShake is Disruptive Innovation to Social Media CampaignMarketing. By Geoffrey Colon. Social@Ogilvy. February 2013.Virals Secret Formula, Part 1. and Virals Secret Formula, Part 2. By Jonah Berger.Huffington Post. February 2013.Attack of the Memes. By Steve Kolowich. Inside Higher Ed. February 2012.What Fuels the Most Influential Tweets? By Jared Keller. The Atlantic. April 2012.The Rise of Visual Social Media. By Ekaterina Walter. FastCompany. August 2012.Are We Immune To Viral Marketing? By Eric Smalley. Wired. December 2011.Cute cats, memes and understanding the internet. By Tom Chatfield. BBC February2012Testing the Science of Sharing at the Super Bowl: Can Viral Ads BeManufactured? By Josh Sanburn. eConsultancy. February 2013.