Tag Archives: Posting

Facebook Posting: What To Post To Get More Likes And Shares – Infographic




People love to share different type of content on Facebook and when friends view the content and like the page, it would be the great feeling. Here are some points of post that inspire people to share your content.

Source: Clear Copywriting

Keeping Track Of Social Media: 25 Tools That Support Your Activities – Infographic

PrintSocial media is a busy world and is happening across multiple platforms. It is easy to lose oversight on what’s going on, if you don’t have any tools to keep track.

This infographic from The Social Media Strategies Summit takes a closer look at 25 awesome social media tools your brand should be using for posting, tracking your brand, finding trends and see who’s relevant these days. Have a look.

Source: The Social Media Strategies Summit

Google+ Design Changes 2013: Cheat Sheet For Better Posting – Infographic



New Google+ Dimensions Cheat Sheet for designers, social media managers, and webmasters. This handy infographic acts as a speedy reference for image dimensions for Google+ pages and Google+ Local pages.

Source: TechWyse

Social Media Marketing: Best And Worst Times To Post On Social Platforms – Infographic


Everyone is looking for better results with social media postings. Content, popularity and a few other things are important influencers hen it comes to results. Another is time of posting.

This infographic shows some important visual information on the best and worst times to post on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and blogs. Have a look and try it out.

Source: Fannit.com

Be Careful With What You Post: How Burglars Are Using Social Media – Infographic

Social Media is helping individuals and businesses to do things much easier. Shopping, information, everything that concerns daily life is at our fingertips. Unfortunately, there is also a flip side to it. Criminals take advantage of the medium just as much as everyone else does. Continue reading

Social Media Posting: Guidelines For Twitter, Facebook, Google+ And Pinterest – Infographic

We all made the experience that sometimes it can be difficult to create a great post on the various social media platforms. A picture we believe is a “bringer” turns out to be a headache. There are many other examples on how a post can go wrong or can’t catch attention. Continue reading

There’s No Such Thing As A Universal ‘Best Time’ To Post On Facebook

Facebook marketers have obsessed over figuring out the best time to post on Facebook for years now.  So much time, money, and effort has been put into finding an answer to this problem.  Heck, it’s one of the main reasons we started PostRocket.  But one major issue I’ve seen in the approach taken by many people in study after study is obsessing over finding one universal answer, one answer that applies equally every single one of the 50 million+ Facebook pages out there.  There is no shortage of answers, as a quick google search will yield a couple billion results. Continue reading

Most Engaging On Google+ – Oh, Wow! – Infographic

Is Google+ a ghost town or is it a speakeasy with a cup full of moonshine waiting for those brave enough to knock on its door?  This week, Reuters posted an analysis of Google’s social layer revealing that 40 percent of the brands with pages on Google+ either aren’t posting content at all or aren’t updating their pages very often. Continue reading

Facebook Page Posting – Tips And Hints – Infographic

There are many tips for better posting on Facebook pages. Here are 18 of them that will improve your content and your page. Continue reading

Best Practices For Successful Facebook Posting – Infographic

Best practices for posting on Facebook have proven to be a moving target for marketers. This is especially problematic for small business owners who have limited time to devote to social media marketing. We have put together the latest findings on what to post and when to post it, so you can manage your Facebook page and get back to business. Continue reading


Online Reputation: Think Twice Before You Share – Infographic

The economy is in a slump, and getting a job isn’t easy, but you probably already knew that. If you’re currently among the ranks of the unemployed, beware. The pictures and updates you’re posting to social media could be holding you back from landing a job.

A Microsoft-commissioned study published in 2010 found that nearly 80% of employers research potential hires on the Internet. That number has increased significantly since the study was published.

“Now, recruiters can easily and anonymously collect information that they would not be permitted to ask in an interview, and the survey found that recruiters are doing just that,” the study reads.

For starters, avoid talking negatively about past or current employers. Inappropriate pictures and photos showing one drinking or suggesting drug use can also be damaging.

So job seekers, it’s probably not the best idea to post that picture of yourself playing your favorite drinking game (even if it is Edward 40 Hands).

The infographic, created by OnlineClasses.org, summarizes data from the Microsoft study and other research. Follow the flow chart closely to successfully manage your online reputation.

Source: Mashable.com, OnlineClasses.org


Your Social Networks: Your Life On The Line – Infographic

By now, you know that running anti-virus software is essential for protecting your computer against spyware, phishing scams and unsafe websites. Even Mac users are aware that they too are vulnerable to malware. But did you know that you need to protect yourself from hidden dangers on social networks as well?

Not only are there viruses, trojans and worms in cyberspace, there are hackers looking for clues to your identity — clues that can be used to steal your passwords, similar to what happened to a journalist from Wired Magazine last month.

It’s called “social engineering,” and Carol Carpenter, executive vice-president and general manager for Trend Micro’s consumer division, says hackers are using social networks like Facebook to get personal information from you. Your maiden name or even your pet’s name could help hackers gain access to something important, like a bank account.

Trend Micro’s Titanium Internet Security 2013 is a software designed to protect against hidden dangers in the things people do online the most, including “checking email, surfing the web and using social networks to keep up with family and friends,” says Carpenter.

Social networking security is built into the antivirus software. It scans for potentially malicious links on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and even Pinterest. That way, you’ll know if the link associated with your friend’s status update about a new diet plan really is a scam site.

If the link on your Facebook page appears red, that means it’s malware or dangerous, and you shouldn’t click. Yellow means think twice or proceed with caution, and green means go, have a good time.

The software will also scan your privacy settings to let you know if you’ve unknowingly exposed yourself to any threats. For instance, a quick scan of my Facebook page let me know that all my posts are set to public by default; that’s alright with me since I accept subscribers. But many parents will want to know if their child’s settings aren’t set to ”friends only.”

The privacy scan gives advice on sharing practices, but Carpenter still recommends open communication between parents and children. Parents need to teach their kids good social etiquette, as well as safety, online — the same way they teach them how to carefully cross the street and not to talk to strangers.

Other parental options include Online Guardian, which monitors your kids’ behavior on social networks. There’s no need to friend them, but you can set an alert so that you’ll be notified if certain words, like “gun,” appear in any text.

There are other software options out there, but parents looking to keep an eye on their kids’ safety will find these tools easy to use and informative.

And they’d be right to keep watch. According to Trend Micro’s Annual Consumer Security survey of 1,000 computer users, 20% of consumers reported that while on a social networking site, they clicked a link that posted things to their wall that they didn’t want shared. What’s more, nearly half don’t change their privacy settings more frequently than every six months, and 35% infrequently or never check their privacy settings.

The survey also found that 60% of consumers share information — such as their birth date, hometown and pet names — on social networking sites that could lead to identity theft.

Check out the infographic for more survey findings.

Source: Mashable.com, TrendMicro