[Infographic] How to Become Internet Famous

You’ve seen them – those people, pets and groups that strike online fame in an instant by posting or being part of something memorable, or even outrageous online. That moment in time gets replayed over and over again to the tune of millions, whether it’s on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or another online platform. Where it is isn’t nearly as meaningful as what it is, and timing is everything.

Some people have the knack for knowing the perfect time to post something that will go viral. If you’ve marveled at their greatness, you’ve probably secretly wished you could be the latest buzzword, too. But, have you ever wondered what you would do to gain the attention of millions of people in just a few minutes? The answer may not be as simple as you’d think, but do not fear – here are some ideas to get those creative juices flowing.

It may seem like these famous faces struck fame without any effort, and yes, sometimes it is accidental; however, with the right plan, you too, can be Internet famous. Map out your strategy, and get ready to be recognized wherever you go – whatever you do. But, you want to be known in a good way – not for something bad, so think carefully about what you can offer that will make people want to see what you’re up to next. Again and again.

Here is a plan that will make you the topic of dinner conversations all over the planet. And if you think it will take a huge chunk of your time, think again. In just an hour or so each day, you can reach your dreams of Internet fame. Remember, it’s not just about what you should do – it’s about what you shouldn’t do, as well.

Don’t worry – we’ve cut corners and simplified the process for you. All you have to do is find your special niche, and then do a little social networking to get your message out there. Just think about it – you could be as famous as Grumpy Cat, although you may not want to become a child’s stuffed toy.

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