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Internet memes are cultural ideas that spread virally throughout the Web. In 2012, these Internet pop culture snippets rapidly rose in popularity and power as they captured the moments that got everyone talking, tweeting, mocking, and rocking. To recall the … Continue reading

Social Media Managers Going Gangnam Style – Infographic

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Less than six months after its July 15 release, “Gangnam Style” reached 1 billion views on YouTube and became the platform’s most-watched clip ever in late November. Social media managers for big brands across the world latched onto the Korean electronica dance hit’s international success, infusing their Facebook marketing with their own takes on the song’s video. Intel gained the most Facebook engagement, shows data shared first with Mashable from social media analysis company Unmetric. Intel’s Facebook photo post — featuring a man in an Intel shirt doing the “Gangnam Style” dance in a horse stable — has more than 500,000 Likes, 40,000 shares and 13,000 comments since Sept. 15.

Source: Visual.ly

 

The 5 Basic Steps Of Gangnam Style – Infographic

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Ok ok, maybe it’s a little bit late to post a graphic about this topic, or maybe not!… The breaking news with Psy and its Gangnam Style is that right now it’s the most viewed video in YouTube hIstory with 845,851,259 -and counting- of views (as of Thursday afternoon) since its publication in July 15. Something like 7 and 10 million times every day. Lets face it, right now, you must have been living under a rock if you haven’t listened at least the word “Gangnam”. But, if against the probabilities, you still don’t know this cheesy dance or in which part of the chorus goes each step, here’s a quick guide to get on fire in the dance floors. Enjoy 🙂 Designed by: Hugo A. Sanchez

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Gangnam Style, The Rise Of K-Pop – Infographic

You’re probably at least somewhat familiar by now with “Gangnam Style,” the baroque and bizarre Korean music video that’s become a viral mega-hit on YouTube and been viewed more than 100 million times since July 15. If not, here’s a quick recap: PSY, a rapper-singer type, emotes and dances around for some four minutes to an aggressively hypnotic techno track while surrounded at different times by horses, beautiful women, a carousel, commuters and old people.

(The video is so out there you’re probably better off just watching for yourself here. And if that’s not enough, here’s a parody starring a giant duck.)

But while “Gangnam Style” does possess an undeniable odd appeal, most people probably aren’t familiar with the video beyond its visceral assault on the ears and eyes. This infographic is here to help. Put together by the British design firm Neo Mammalian Studios, it breaks down the “Gangnam Style” phenomenon and the video’s social reach.

In addition to having surpassed 100 million views on YouTube, the video has been tweeted more than 780,000 times and received over 260,000 Facebook Likes. The 34-year-old PSY now leads pop superstars Justin Bieber and Carly Rae Jepsen atop the list of YouTube’s current most popular music videos.

But “Gangnam Style” also has some deeper meaning that most stupified YouTube viewers are probably unaware of. The title refers to the affluent Gangnam district of Seoul, South Korea, and is meant to poke fun at the area’s outsized influence.

Source: Mashable.com, Neo Mammalian Studio