Los Angeles, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/14/2014 -- A news story that was released, claiming that “Samsung Pays Apple $1 Billion Sending 30 Trucks Full of 5 Cent Coins” was announced as a fake news story, by the website mogul.ws. “This was one of our favorite stories that we did for the website. Everyone follows Apple in the news and is always seeking out new information about the company’s newest product announcements, so any time they are in the news it draws attention. We created such a ridiculous story and the public ate it up faster than the new iPhone 6 will sell out,” explains a representative from the fake news site.
Several online news sites were quick to report on this news without even checking to see if it was authentic, causing the news to go viral very fast. While new sites were reporting of the massive coin delivery the public started sharing it across social media. “We were cracking up at the fact that so many well respected journalists were reporting the news of $1 Billion in coins being delivered, and doing so with a straight face! It is things like this that keeps us producing more epic entertainment stories,” added a mogul.ws representative.
The story pitted a Samsung vs Apple story and mentioned that the company paid them in coins as a way to take a job at the iPhone creator. It had the makings of a great corporate revenge story and the public ate it up.
The original story can be seen here: http://mogul.ws/samsung-pays-apple-1-billion-sending-30-trucks-full-of-5-cent-coins/. “The image we added to the story just really makes you think about how many nickels it would take to make one billion dollars. It is a mind blowing number, and I believe that the readers wanted the story to be true, so they just went with it. I can’t say much about the mainstream media, as it is pure comedy that they believed it!”
The fake news site mogul.ws releases new stories each and every week, and they all tend to go viral almost instantly. “We aren’t going anywhere, and it seems that the more outrageous the story, the more the readers fall for it.”
Mogul.ws is a fake news website that delivers entertaining and outrageous stories each week. The content posted on mogul.ws quickly goes viral due to the power of social media and the theory that people believe everything that they read on the Internet. The website has fabricated some of the most outrageous stories that cause intense discussion and debate among the readers. Although a fairly new website, it has continued to grow its readership and is now among the most popular satire news sites in the world. More information can be found at http://mogul.ws.