How Stuff Spreads: “the most successful people” meme
How did the “most successful” meme go viral?
Our analysis shows that the virality tipping point for this meme (now at 32 million impressions and counting) was @sarah_edo’s clever spin on @APompliano‘s tweet.
Here’s a play-by-play of how it spread:
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