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FutureStarrWorld Record Egg Beats Kylie Jenner
World_record_egg's photo has now overtaken Kylie Jenner as the most liked post on Instagram.
On January 4, 2013, an egg photo went viral, garnering more than 25 million likes in just 24 hours.
Jenner's 2018 announcement of Stormi Webster as the most-liked picture was edged out by this post featuring a plain brown egg with freckles on it.
On January 4, a picture of an egg has dethroned Kylie Jenner to become the most liked post on Instagram. The image, posted by Stormi Webster, took over from reality star Kylie's newborn daughter's record for being the platform's most liked post.
It has already received over 25 million likes and is currently sitting atop Instagram's most popular photos list. It has been some time since an Instagram record has been broken, so it comes as no surprise that users around the world are thrilled by this achievement.
It's worth noting that the post wasn't from a celebrity like Jenner, Selena Gomez or Christian Ronaldo; rather it was posted by an anonymous user with 2.5 million followers. With an aim to break the internet record, they created a campaign with the goal of drawing millions of adoring fans to their page in an effort to win the title of most liked Instagram photo.
The most impressive aspect of the post is that it didn't require a large budget to become popular on Instagram, thanks to automated marketing. According to Paulina Paulsen, executive Director at Pulse Advertising & Talent Management, sponsors looking for opportunities on Instagram could find great success with this post; depending on its budget size, sponsored posts could earn as much as $1 million each.
In 2019, a photo of an egg set Instagram's record for being the most liked post ever. It surpassed Kylie Jenner's birth announcement for Stormi Webster, which previously held this title with 18 million likes.
It's a testament to the sheer number of people on Instagram that this photo has amassed more than 55.5 million likes, according to Guinness World Records (GWR).
The account where the egg is posted doesn't have a large following, but it still attracts plenty of viewers. If all those who liked the photo created a new city, its population would surpass Canada's entire population!
World Record Egg has achieved the seemingly impossible - using only one photo, they have gone from nowhere to the top of Instagram in less than three years! With only one post, this single account has managed to dethrone Instagram's biggest star!
On Sunday night, the world awoke to the stunning news that Kylie Jenner's Instagram record for most liked post had been broken by an ordinary egg. At first, the image had 9 million likes but within 10 hours it doubled its number - surpassing Jenner's former mark by double.
Many Instagram users were taken aback by the announcement, yet some seemed impressed by how successfully the egg campaign worked. Unlike some other shitposting contests, this one appears to have an actual purpose behind it.
If you're uncertain as to its purpose, take a look at the original blog about this Instagram post. It traces how the picture went from being just another stock photo to becoming an international sensation with comments poured in by users from all corners of the globe regarding its meaning and cultural significance.
The post also received plenty of sarcastic feedback, as some people questioned its ethics. Some criticized it as social media bullying while others simply laughed it off in amusement.
In the end, Messi and his team's victory is not only a triumph for Messi and his team but also for the Internet as a whole. It signifies that social media users are finally moving away from shitposting and troll culture that had pervaded it for so long.
In 2018, a photo of an egg went viral, breaking the world record for most liked post on Instagram. Chris Godfrey, an advertising executive based in London, started the account world_record_egg with the goal of creating something non-biased; something with potential to benefit social causes.
The idea behind the egg was to spread positivity and raise awareness about mental health. Furthermore, Godfrey hoped it would garner some publicity and further cement his reputation as a social media influencer.
As time passed, the image of the egg gained in popularity and amassed over 50 million likes on Facebook alone. It soon became a trending topic on the platform and received coverage by several major news outlets.
But why was this post so popular? People were intrigued to discover what it was advertising.
When asked for his inspiration behind the post, Godfrey told the New York Times it stems from an understanding that eggs are universal objects with no gender or race distinctions. "Eggs are objects everyone can connect to," he said, emphasizing how unifying an egg can be.
Godfrey is now working with Hulu and various non-profit organizations on a mental health awareness campaign, hoping that it will bring attention to an issue which often goes ignored.
It may be a simple concept, but its potential is immense. Millions of people could gain knowledge about an unfamiliar topic and potentially transform their lives for the better.
The egg's success serves as a prime example of how social media can be harnessed for good. It also shows that you don't have to spend big bucks or add an eye-catching hashtag on your post in order to achieve viral success.
This serves as a lesson to anyone creating content that goes viral: Your work must be original and meaningful, with creative ways of making it stand out from the competition. Without these elements in place, you could end up with an unpopular hit that fades away soon after it gains momentum.
World record egg photo takes world by storm, smashing Kylie Jenner's record for most liked post on Instagram. According to world_record_egg, which has a display name of "Egg Gang," this photo outpaced Kylie's initial post about Stormi by 18 million likes in less than 10 days.
Before it went viral, the viral egg post had been around for some time; however, its size and impact was unprecedented - it has now been viewed over 50.5 million times, surpassing Kylie Jenner's first picture of Stormi with 18.7 million likes.
Though this was an incredible feat of technology and marketing, it wasn't the only instance where a simple image went viral. A few weeks ago, a meme about a blindfolded woman's experience watching Bird Box movie went viral on social media platforms.
From this egg craze, one key lesson can be drawn: even small businesses can build online communities and generate buzz for their brand. It's an effective way to boost exposure for your business, build credibility and boost sales.
Therefore, now is the perfect time for entrepreneurs to master social media use. A well-thought out strategy will give your business an edge over its rivals and increase profitability.
Gaining success requires your community to come together behind a common objective. By integrating interactive features, you can increase engagement, make followers feel part of the action and expand your ad reach even further.