viralizarían a posteriori

English translation: later made go viral

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Spanish term or phrase:viralizarían a posteriori
English translation:later made go viral
Entered by: Lisa McCarthy

14:56 Apr 12, 2011
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Spanish term or phrase: viralizarían a posteriori
For the UK.

YouTube fue la plataforma de alojamiento y divulgación de los diferentes vídeos que bloggers y usuarios **viralizarían a posteriori**, convirtiéndose estos en el canal principal de divulgación de la acción.
Lisa McCarthy
Spain
Local time: 06:21
make it go viral
Explanation:
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9 Oct 2010 ... If your goal is to make your video go viral, you need to have some data behind your distribution strategy. Good questions to ask include: ...
mashable.com/.../viral-video-science/ - Estados Unidos - En caché - Similares

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How To Make Your Music Video Go Viral: 10 Tips From Cee-Lo, OK Go ...
28 Nov 2010 ... We've talked with musicians, including Cee-Lo Green, Auto ...
mashable.com/.../viral-music-video-how-to/ - Estados Unidos - En caché - Similares
Mostrar más resultados de mashable.com

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Note added at 8 mins (2011-04-12 15:04:41 GMT)
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You'll have to play with the tenses on this one, maybe using "through which users disseminated videos to "make them go viral"... It's such a specific and widely used term that I would try to keep it.
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Jenni Lukac (X)
Local time: 06:21
Grading comment
Thanks, Jenni!
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4 +5make it go viral
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make it go viral


Explanation:
#
9 Oct 2010 ... If your goal is to make your video go viral, you need to have some data behind your distribution strategy. Good questions to ask include: ...
mashable.com/.../viral-video-science/ - Estados Unidos - En caché - Similares

#
How To Make Your Music Video Go Viral: 10 Tips From Cee-Lo, OK Go ...
28 Nov 2010 ... We've talked with musicians, including Cee-Lo Green, Auto ...
mashable.com/.../viral-music-video-how-to/ - Estados Unidos - En caché - Similares
Mostrar más resultados de mashable.com

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Note added at 8 mins (2011-04-12 15:04:41 GMT)
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You'll have to play with the tenses on this one, maybe using "through which users disseminated videos to "make them go viral"... It's such a specific and widely used term that I would try to keep it.

Jenni Lukac (X)
Local time: 06:21
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Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in category: 40
Grading comment
Thanks, Jenni!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  philgoddard
5 mins
  -> Thanks, Phil. If she goes with it she'll have fun massaging into into the sentence!

agree  Wendy Cummings
5 mins
  -> Cheers and thanks, Wendy.

agree  Andy Watkinson: Trust the Spanish to turn it into a verb ;-)
24 mins
  -> Thanks, Andy. You have the two extremes here: our make and go an the Spanish talent for converting everything into a verb form.

agree  neilmac: they would then/later/subsequently make it go viral...
3 hrs
  -> Thanks, Neil. Some good suggestions.

agree  Richard Boulter: While I agree, since the source uses this formal Latin phrase the rest of it probably is not in the usual internet jargon, either. I could suggest that you leave the query phrase in Latin and add 'make it go viral' in parentheses.
22 hrs
  -> Thanks Richard, the Latin "a posteriori" and "a priori" are overused workhouses in Spanish, but I think putting 'make it go viral' is a good idea.
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