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How Viral Again Grew Social Media Communities To Millions Grow So Fast

Founders of Viral Again

We reached out to the founders of Viral Again, Chandra Prakash Choudhary and Mujahid Islam, and here’s a word from them about their success!

I know this is not an easy job. What drives you?

People’s appreciation. There is a whole different kind of satisfaction when people genuinely enjoy what you do. It drives us to do better. How much people enjoy our content definitely matters the most in this area. The growth and success of our projects also leads to a lot of motivation for us. We worked really hard to achieve success for some of these. Our main projects are:

Rearfront is an entertainment platform that provides you with quality content and keeps you up-to-date with new trends. It’s resources provide you with social stories and excellent sense of humour. At rearfront.com a user will find every trending news or topic with all the internet drama. Rearfront’s Facebook recently crossed 800k likes and is being appreciated and shared all over Facebook.

Nerdism.com is a website designed to fill fuel to all kinds of fan bases on the Internet. Movies, TV series or books – Nerdism covers it all! It keeps you updated with all your entertainment obsessions so you won’t miss a thing.

Doggo is a social platform that focuses on dogs. It covers news related to dogs, dog-related humour, and even provides you with your daily dose of doggo cuteness so you can have your day made. Doggo.com is also hosting our new mobile game which is on the iOS Store and Play store. Doggo’s Facebook page has more than 1 million, and the Instagram community has over 200k followers.

Freaked is an American website dedicated to resourcing you with weird and creepy things that you don’t get to see everywhere. Freaked.com covers serial killers, chilling documentaries, and anything related to the horror genre to spook you out.

We are hoping these will constantly grow and flourish, and that hope is what drives us the most.

None of us are able to achieve success without some help along the way. Is there a particular person who you are grateful towards who helped get you to where you are? What lesson did you learn from them?

I won’t be doing justice if I only name one person, we at Viral Again met a lot of people, some helped us, while some wronged us, but in either case, they taught us a valuable lesson. You get to meet all sorts of people in this career, and we’ve had our fair share of experiences. We always kept an optimistic mindset and welcomed people, shared ideas of mutual benefits, and tried our best to work things out. However, if I hadn’t met Chandra Prakash Choudhary all of this would not have been possible. He has a lot to do with our success.

Though I learned a lot from working with other people too, the main credit for Viral Again’s success undoubtedly goes to my partnership with Chandra. The idea of ‘Viral Again’ and our story is really moving which we will soon share with the public.

How do you push through your worst times?

Teamwork always helps us. Whenever we’re going through a tough time, we back up each other. We’re always there for each other. Keeping up with trends also helps us go through tough times because we know what we are dealing with today.

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