Thanks for reading! You bring up a good point about credit given to influencers and moreover to those who influence through sharing content from other sources but create much less of it on their own. (Hence, why it's even more unfair to expect the source itself to constantly be going, going, going on all cylinders nonstop.) I think the worry here is less on the topic itself that everyone has commentary on. If the commentary is structured and comes with an argument or an interesting point of view, it'll be well received and shared accordingly. Ideally. More often than not it's careful timing and keyword title placement that pivots a mediocre piece to viral stardom. But the lasting legs on a well written article are very telling in how readers reading it realize that it's a good piece and share and view it accordingly, giving it life beyond a flash in the pan moment for an unknown amount of time to come.