WARNING: YOU WILL SEE PO... A Facebook video featuring Couple holding Mountain Dew leaks online.
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Couple holding Mountain Dew is the latest couple scandal on the Internet.
The clip runs in a minute and 9.0 seconds long where the couple was seen engaging a very malicious act at a corner of a train as the guy is seen teasing a finger or two and sometimes punching it into his partner’s private part to fulfill satisfaction needs.
The video is now up at Facebook.com, last week ago "Bagito Part 3" scandal is the most download clip on the internet.
Since Facebook introduced autoplay in September 2013, there has been a 58 percent increase in people watching, liking, sharing and commenting on videos. Facebook defines a view as having watched at least three seconds of video. Meaning, if you can grab your audience within those three seconds, the chances are much higher that they’ll watch your video to completion (we’ll learn why this is key in the next section). Here are a few tips on how to get this done:
- Since videos play silently until they’re tapped, it’s absolutely imperative that your video can tell its story both with and without sound.
- It needs to be short and grab the viewer’s attention in the first frame.
- If you’re not sure the first frame is strong enough to capture attention, write a few words about the video, like a key quote or a significant moment. Since people are used to skimming statuses, text might get their attention, too.
- It has to be something your key demographic will want to watch.
- Because it’s mixed into their News Feed along with photos of weddings, newborns and last Friday night, your video needs to be contextual and relevant.
- Consider uploading product videos, customer testimonials, behind-the-scenes clips or reposting quirky user-generated content.
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