What makes a meme go viral according to University of Memphis scientists

Researchers studied 268 memes as part of their researchCreated a model that looked at features such as length and concreteness Short memes were successful, but using swear words was unsuccessful By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com Published: 00:37, 19 December 2015 | Updated: 00:40, 19 December 2015 The Success Kid, Bad Luck Brian and Overly Attached Girlfriend are all well-known memes, but what makes them more popular than others?To find out, researchers designed software to predict which humorous images are more likely to be succeed and why.According to their results, shorter memes gain more internet fame and those with swear words are the least likely to be shared.Scroll down for video  The Success Kid (pictured), Bad Luck Brian and Overly Attached Girlfriend are all well-known memes, but makes them more popular than others?…


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