2014 ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Results: Biggest Social Video Movement EVER?

December 20, 2014 - als

Google has usually expelled a many popular searched-for terms of 2014, and alongside luminary deaths and weddings, and sporting events, a Ice Bucket Challenge was one of the many searched terms of a year by users of Google. ‘ALS’, and or ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ also done a list of a many searched for ‘What is…?’ questions, ‘Donation’ keyword searches, and ‘Symptoms’ searches in a U.S, and was a 5th many searched keyword opposite all general Google hunt engines.

Why should this be critical to readers of ReelSEO? Because a video-led Internet trend became so large that it had a approach impact on a hunt habits of Google users opposite a world. And that’s outrageous news.

Trending topics, by their nature, tend to come from nowhere (who could have likely that a genocide of Robin Williams would have surfaced a list?), though a Ice Bucket Challenge was a singly video-orientated materialisation that swept opposite a universe this summer in usually a matter of days, and dominated a amicable feeds of hundreds of millions of Internet users. Everyone from Justin Bieber to Oprah Winfrey to Bill Gates and Homer Simpson doused themselves in ice-cold glass in front of a video camera, assisting to lift around $100 Million for a ALS and MND charities.

The Ice Bucket Challenge might have been a initial truly global video meme, and one that desirous millions to participate, and nominate, as good as watch and donate. Although a Ice Bucket Challenge (IBC) started in 2013, and was solemnly gaining movement during 2014, it was this video, expelled in late Jul by case Anthony Carbajal, that unequivocally combined a hum around a event, drawing attention to a disease, and enlivening hundreds of thousands of people not usually to accept a plea themselves, though to commission others.

ALS, The Ice Bucket Challenge, and a Power of Video

ALS, or Motor Neurone Disease, causes on-going flesh stoppage in sufferers. To lift recognition for a condition, a Ice Bucket Challenge dared participants to tip ice-cold H2O over their heads while filming it. So far, so standard. But a beauty of a IBC was that a chairman got to commission 3 of their friends, family members, or colleagues to attend too.

The #IceBucketChallenge is a biggest video meme ever with 1.3 Billion Views (Tweet this)

Not usually were these requests filmed, and uploaded to YouTube, and to other amicable media sites, though a nominees were asked to finish their plea within 24 hours. This combined a clarity of fad and coercion as people rushed to film their dares and commission 3 others to do a same. It was a pyramid-scheme of goodness, aided by a accessibility of smartphone cameras and entrance to user-friendly video platforms like YouTube and Facebook. Video selling campaigns by non-profit organizations (not including ALS) generated 670 Million views in 2014, though this sold trend was user-generated and led by a open themselves.

2014 ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Results: Biggest Social Video Movement EVER?

Ice Bucket Challenge on YouTube: 456K videos, 1.3B views

To date, there have been around 456,000 videos uploaded to YouTube around a ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ theme, generating 1.3 Billion views. Each video attracts, on average, 3,100 views. Videos uploaded to a ‘Entertainment’ straight averaged 6,151 views per video. The many watched IBC video belongs to Fox, who uploaded a Simpsons ALS Challenge on a 26th Aug 2014. Homer’s appearance generated 24 Million views, 135K Facebook shares, and 22K Tweets.

Top Google Searches: USA 2014

The ALS Challenge generated millions of hunt queries on Google. Here’s what else done a list in 2014:

  1. Robin Williams
  2. World Cup
  3. Ebola
  4. Malaysia Airlines
  5. Flappy Bird
  6. ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
  7. ISIS
  8. Ferguson
  9. Frozen
  10. Ukraine

Thanks to YouTube, and to Tubular, for a data.


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