When you start to manage a Facebook page, you need to know that there are some rules you should follow if you want your brand to benefit from online success. When posting on behalf of your page, following some simple rules can significantly increase the number of likes and comments of your posts.
1. Your audience
First, you must know your audience and buy real Facebook likes to create posts based on the profile of your potential customer. If you manage a page of a company that sells high quality cosmetic products, for example, your posts should give tips that would interest women. If you promote your products in a unique way and use appropriate language, your fans will become more loyal to your brand.
2. What makes a post viral?
Before trying to make your post viral, make sure it is simple, concise and charged with emotion. Next, the time you decide to publish your post is also important. Think about your typical customers and the time you believe they are normally active on Facebook.
3. Less is more
If you have a bad habit of writing long posts, it would be best to give it up before your fans decide to unsubscribe for your page. At the same time, if you believe one of your posts has a bigger chance to become viral, make use of the Highlight button to direct your fans’ attention towards it.
4. Call to action
Finally, posts that involve the fans directly are more likely to become viral. Even though some people complain about being asked to like or share something, studies indicate that such post are more successful than others. So make sure you always ask for their opinion, or encourage them to share or click on interesting link, representative for your business.
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In July 2012, the US spent 121 BILLION minutes on social media – should we be worried? Do social networks threaten our “real world” interactions? In this episode of Fw:Thinking, Jonathan Strickland explores the future of social communication, social relationships, and human/computer interaction.
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If you have 900 friends that you talk to 140 characters at a time, what does the word “friend” really mean?
In July 2012, US users spent 121 BILLION minutes on social media. Now let me break that down for you. In one month, that’s 231,000 YEARS worth of Bieber retweets, and Instagrams of what you had for lunch.
Now some people worry that this might be a bad thing. That we could actually be rewiring our children’s brains so that Generation Z no longer has anyway of knowing how to interact in the “real” world. And they might even lose the ability to use sarcasm.
Pfft. Yeah right.
If social media is not a real interaction, what is? Is talking on the phone a real social interaction? Or is writing a letter with a quill pen a real social interaction? These are ways we have breached both space and time in order to communicate. So isn’t social media just the next step?
I’d go so far as to say we shouldn’t even call it social media anymore. This is next generation social life.
Imagine you walk into a museum with your smart glasses. Now around you everyone’s looking at famous works of art or naked sculptures. But you flip on the social filter on your glasses, and suddenly reality itself is annotated just like in your Facebook feed. You can see what people have to say about every work of art.
Or you go next door to the restaurant and you take a look at the menu. There you can see what people in your network have liked.
Now, just a couple of generations ago, once you graduated high school, you could expect to encounter those people and interact with them about as frequently as you would play tennis with a plutonium core. But today because of Twitter and Facebook I can’t go a day without knowing that my old chem lab partner had yet another breakfast burrito.
Seriously Victor, you have a problem.
Could this be redefining the meaning of friendship? Anthropologists like Robin Dunbar believe that there are a finite number of real friendships any human being can keep. So your brain can maintain about 150 meaningful friendships, and that’s it. So has social media blown this number into the stratosphere? Well, not yet. The average person on Facebook has about 190 friends. And the average person on Twitter interacts with between 100 and 200 people. So we haven’t drastically altered the social landscape yet. But will we in the future?
Social media changes through the emergence of behavior of literally billions of people from around the world all behaving under local rules, creating unpredictable mass patterns. So it’s dictated by your niece who corrects everyone’s grammar, or that coworker who absolutely insists on sharing every single photo of a cat in a cardboard box ever.
But it’s not all frivolous. We have actually used social media for real social change. I mean who would have thought the same thing that lets me tell you what I had for lunch helped topple a dictator? Or organize a protest? Or solve a crime?
So what if all of our social interactions are limited to 140 characters? I think we’ll still be able to keep that social herd all together. Even if that herd does include a few LOLcats.
NERD Social Babies – A Pile Of Babies That Just LOVE Human Interaction!
This is what it is all about, after sorting through my babies and picking winners we get to interact with these amazing little guys! Not all CBB Varanus are equal, some are nervous and may not make a suitable social pet. Just like a litter of puppies or kittens, each animal has its unique personality and there are clearly more social/trusting animals and ones that are timid, flighty and nervous. I pick out the best ones and work with those, my objective is to get my socialized animals into the hands of others to see what it is all about! The better an experience with one of our NERD animals the better you can teach other people what reptiles are all about!
Autistic children have difficulty in interacting with others or peers. They seldom engage themself in combined play. This video shows how Shivam was found interacting with his older brother (9 yrs) and played for a while….
Shaky, Unfulfilled Social Interaction ~ Arunachala Satsang With Mooji
A scientist speaks with Mooji about social interaction. “You will know when you are in the presence of auspicious company. When you have conversation, it must be that the highest conversation is inspired – otherwise, for what purpose? .. just sharing noise.” (Mooji)
(official website); (a source website of satsang dialogues), and also: and associated sites of Mooji’s satsang dialogues