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How to Create the 'Perfect' Social Media Post [Infographic] - Business 2 Community

How to Create the 'Perfect' Social Media Post [Infographic] - Business 2 Community | Ayantek's User Experience Design Digest | Scoop.it

Do you want to create the ‘perfect’ post on social media? The one that will be the most shared, retweeted, liked, and commented on?

Sorry to burst your bubble, but there really isn’t such ultimate ‘perfection’ in social media marketing. Every brand has a different consumer, and every social site has particular nuances for connecting.

Whether you are using Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ or LinkedIn, there are, however, best practises for the sites.

The Ayantek Team's insight:

This is a great article that gives you insights to what you should be posting many of the popular social media platforms. 

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Randi Thompson's curator insight, September 30, 2013 10:24 AM

Check this interesting article out for tips on what to post, how to post and so much more

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Facebook explains its News Feed post ranking process, rolls out story bumping feature to improve UX

Facebook explains its News Feed post ranking process, rolls out story bumping feature to improve UX | Ayantek's User Experience Design Digest | Scoop.it

Have a love/hate relationship with your Facebook news feed? Sure, that feed serves up plenty of photos and posts from friends and family that you want to see, but there are also plenty of posts you could do with out, or posts you wish had been assigned greater importance. Facebook knows this, and is constantly tinkering and iterating its news feed post ranking processes to provide the most relevant stories possible to each individual user. To that end, Facebook's rolling out a new feature, called story bumping, to better percolate the stuff you care about to the top of your feed. Story bumping has already been launched on the web, and will be rolling out to mobile in the coming weeks.

The Ayantek Team's insight:

The news feed adjustment will place a heavier weight on quality over quantity. Posts that are popular will have a greater chance of being seen. 

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