Social media ‘share’ should go viral


Some things are too good not to share. Online language experts say that this phrase has limited beneficial use — primarily because it’s employed to entice people to click on posts and is therefore often flagged as ‘clickbait’ or spam.

But this was my favourite social media ‘share’ of the week, and it’s not only good enough to go viral, but really should...

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