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Sunday, December 5, 2010
Mariah Carey "All I want for Christmas is You": Updated Video gone Viral
Mariah Carey "All I want for Christmas is You": top viral video charts - 2 years in row
December 3rd, 2010 8:18 pm MT
December 3, 2011 - Christmas is doing great for Mariah Carey. In fact Christmas residuals are a dream come true for song writers and singers. If a song is well accepted it will be played every Christmas for years to come. Mariah Carey's 'All I Want For Christmas Is You' has hit viral video status two years running. Mariah Carey's Christmas music is well on its way to solid residuals. Scroll to bottom of article to watch the Christmas video.
This year the 'All I Want For Christmas' video has been revamped and features Mariah in homesyle videos of Christmas and of Mariah romping in the snow with Santa in her red, girly, Clause suit. Throw in a couple of cute dogs and the video has even more Mariah appeal than ever. Last year Mariah featured her dogs in an ATT commercial video that also went viral.
Last year, Mariah's 'All I Want For Christmas Is You' video was played with a photo stream of Johnny Depp and was #2 on the charts by the end of December. The article written last year will give you all the details and the video of the song.:
The song last year had about 7.5 million hits - this year it has over 500million views
This year the song is done with a different video stream and is even better. By the end of the month we are predicting that it will be in top 3 of the viral lists. Right now it is sitting with about 500 million hits. The sharing of 250,000 shares seems like a lower than normal share rate, given how popular this video is.
The Christmas video has 16 duplicates and has been written about on well over 1,200 blogs. It is international with only 56% of the views coming in English language. German, followed by Portuguese and Swedish are the remaining languages by view.
This video is definitely on the up-tick, so watch for it on a Facebook or twitter feed, near you.