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What is community spread, community spread and what is the difference?
Community spread refers to the number of times a piece of content is shared across multiple social networks, and is typically seen as a measure of community.
But community spread can also refer to the amount of time that someone has shared a piece before it is considered community.
Community spread can be a good indicator of whether a piece is trending or trending to extreme levels.
When a piece has been shared more than 20 times, it’s considered community spread.
Community spreads are a good indication of the popularity of a piece.
For example, when the viral video for The Beatles hit a million views in one day, the song’s popularity was shared more often than any other song in history.
But that song didn’t become a global hit overnight.
That success was achieved through community spread – and that spread was very much built on social media.
As people shared the video online, it was shared across other social networks.
Community spreading is a good way to gauge a piece’s popularity.
It can also help to determine whether or not it’s trending.
A piece with high community spread is likely to be trending.
The chart below shows the spread of a viral video, as seen on Facebook.
Community Spread of a Viral Video on Facebook Source ABC News – community spread Chart – community spreads This chart shows the community spread of the viral viral video.
This is one of the most important measures of a video’s popularity – and it is also the best indicator of the amount people are sharing it on Facebook and Twitter.
A viral video has a community spread score of 100% if the community of people sharing the video is at least 10% of the total number of people who have shared it on those social media platforms.
When people share a viral piece on social networks the community spreads of the piece are also shown on this chart.
When sharing a viral story on Twitter, for example, the community scores of people share it can be as high as 100%.
The same applies to other social media channels.
A number of social media users share a piece with a high community score.
This means that people are likely to share the viral story more than once or twice.
People who share a video on YouTube can have a high viral community score, too, because it is widely shared and widely shared.
However, people who are not a part of YouTube are not likely to have a viral community spread on the platform.
A large number of YouTube videos have community scores in the high to high 80s on this scale.
In this example, there are more than 5 million views on YouTube of a YouTube video with a community score of 90%.
The video has been viewed over 1.4 billion times.
But there is a small, but significant number of views that are less than 1 million views.
This small number of less than a million people who share the video can mean the video has not been viewed by many people.
It could be because the person has stopped watching it or it has not garnered the attention it was expecting.
People share a story that is not well-received by other users, or it is being shared with a low community score and therefore is unlikely to attract more views.
In such a case, a viral article with a very low community spread will be seen as less popular than one with a higher community spread or higher viral community scores.
Community and viral sharing are two sides of the same coin – and this means that they both reflect people’s attitudes towards sharing content.
As more people share content, it is becoming more and more common to see more positive and negative content.
Community sharing is a measure that is used to gauge whether people are happy with a piece or not.
People feel happier when they share their stories with others, rather than feeling unhappy about them.
People are more likely to like something if they are sharing positive content about it rather than negative content about themselves.
People will also be more likely if they share a content with friends or family members rather than strangers.
A negative content is a piece that people dislike because it doesn’t fit their preconceptions of what a piece should be or should not be.
A positive content is one that is shared to express an opinion about a particular topic or an aspect of society.
Community can also be used to measure a piece when it has been widely shared on social platforms, or when it is trending.
When social media is used for sharing content, community spreads are higher than they are for content that is still in the wild.
For this reason, community sharing is the preferred way to measure social media content and the most accurate way to assess a piece as a trending topic.
The Community Spread Index chart below gives an idea of how people are spreading a piece across social media in the last few months.
Chart – Community Spreads of a Video in Australia in November, 2016 Source ABC – community share This chart compares the community spreading score of a popular viral video in Australia since November 2016. The