‘7 Tips to Get Your Content Shared More On Facebook | Facebook Tips and Tricks (via FacebookFlow)

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7 Tips to Get Your Content Shared More On Facebook

14/05/2011   

Here are some great insights developed By Dan Zarella about how you can tweak your content to get more shares on Facebook. All credit for the graphs and research go to Dan.

1. Include Numbers in Your Titles and Stats in Your Posts

People love tangible data. If you can include specific numbers in your posts, such as an impressive statistic, people will want to share that statistic with their friend on Facebook. People also love lists. If you check out the title to this post “7 Tips to Get Your Content…..”, you know exactly how much information you are about to get before you even read it.

7 Tips to Get Your Content Shared More On Facebook

2. People Share More on the Weekend

The difference in the number of shares on the weekend compared to during the week is actually pretty huge. This has a lot to do with the fact that Facebook is blocked at many company offices, and for good reason.

7 Tips to Get Your Content Shared More On Facebook

3. Certain Words Also get Shared More

Lucky us, the word Facebook is far and away the most shared. After that, people on the internet want to know “How” and “Why”, and they like sharing articles with the words “best” and “most”

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