How to share a viral video with Twitter and Facebook
If you’re trying to get a few hundred retweets on your video and you have a Twitter or Facebook account, there’s a few things you can do to make it work.
Here’s how to do it. 1.
Follow the Twitter and/or Facebook instructions for the video that’s being shared.
Tweet it as soon as you see it, and let the person who’s retweeting the video know.
Add a comment.
When you post a video, you’ll want to add a comment to the end of it.
The only way to do this is to go to the post in the “Comment on” section of your social media app and type in the hashtag #TheTropicalCatch.
You can also post a photo of the catch or a picture of it in action, or post your own catch-up video.
Post the video in a comment thread.
If you have Twitter or facebook, you can also create a comment for a tweet you want to share with the world.
Just type the hashtag “#thecatch” into the comment box and you’ll see a list of all the other people who are sharing the tweet.
Add your comment to that list, and your post will be added to that thread.
Follow a tweet.
You may have noticed that you don’t need to follow every single tweet that’s going out to you on social media.
This is because your comments in these threads are automatically approved for the social media platform.
But you can use this same strategy to share your catch-ups.
Just add the hashtag “The Catch” to your comment and your posts will be approved.
Follow your catchup thread.
Follow any of these Twitter and facebook threads that you want your catchups posted to, and you can add your catch ups to that one thread.
This way, when you’re done posting catch-Up videos, your catch up thread will show up in the thread where your catch, or a few catch ups, are being shared, and will let people know that you did a good job of getting it.
If you’re using a video player, it’s a good idea to also add an overlay to your video that tells people where to click on the catch-back button.
For a more in-depth tutorial, check out our guide on creating catch-down videos.