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SOCIALFAVE - Complete #SMM platform to organize, discover, increase, engage and save time the smartest way. #TOP10 #Twitter platforms
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The Science and Psychology of Twitter: Why We Follow and Share

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The psychology of Twitter: Insights and research into the reasons we love Twitter and the logic behind follows, favorites, and sharing.
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Facebook Cheat Sheet for Social Media Managers [infographic]

Facebook Cheat Sheet for Social Media Managers [infographic] | SOCIALFAVE - Complete #SMM platform to organize, discover, increase, engage and save time the smartest way. #TOP10 #Twitter platforms | Scoop.it


Social Media Managers are always on the lookout for ways to increase engagement within their brand’s Facebook page.

In a recent report, Lynchpin SEO compiled statistics on the types of posts that garnered the most comments, shares, and “likes,” for more than 1,500 brand pages on Facebook.


These stats reveal an array of interesting things about brand pages. For instance:

  • Updates with emoticons saw higher interaction rates than those with pictures
  • Posts that contain the words “take,” “click,” “submit,” “check,” and “shop” experience significantly lower rates of interaction.


See the infographic for more— and always, do take everything you read with a pinch of salt...


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PDDM's comment, January 16, 2013 6:44 PM
We don't like 'em either but we use 'em. At least for now, data shows they work. The fresher the better right? Always trying to figure out a way to use Putnam haha
Janet Louise Stephenson's curator insight, May 3, 2013 10:28 PM

Create better posts on Facebook with these useful tips.

Philippe Trebaul's comment, September 29, 2013 7:13 PM
Thank you for your interesting and constructive reactions :) Philippe