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The Simple Science That Makes You Flag Over Facebook

Last updated on 04/03/2013 by | Short URL: http://hbb.me/Yn7dFJ

Facebook, as we all know, is not a new term for internet users. It is as popular as Google, but that too in short term. The reason? Our addiction towards it. People don’t really say I’m addicted to Google, but they can say I’m addicted to Facebook. The latter makes more sense. We use Facebook for both personal and Business reasons.

For business works we spend time on Facebook pages mostly, tracking the campaigns, so and so. But when we use Facebook for personal reasons, we spend more time than that. We normally, in fact, work hard for increasing likes and comments on Facebook status updates and photos.

We have one exclusive infographic for you, to help you to improve your interaction. Yes, do you know usage of Emoticons might actually help your followers and friends know more about your status’s core idea. Learn more interesting facts in this infographic below.

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This infographic is exclusively created for HellBound Bloggers (HBB) by Harsh Rathi, Founder at Hackers Rising.

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On February 21, 2013 by in Facebook | Short Link: http://hbb.me/Yn7dFJ  

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14 Opinions on “The Simple Science That Makes You Flag Over Facebook

  1. its awesome post that provide best time to post on blog and get more visitors thanks for sharing..

  2. Great images :)) Could be use as a presentation.

  3. The Infographics are nice, I also want to update such infographics on my Facebook. Is there any online tool using which we can make such info-graphics…

  4. Thanks for sharing this. it informative post. I like it :)

  5. That is a super cool infographic!

  6. Vivek Gowda says:

    Really a informative Infographics….I love that Facebook timing and use of emotion things….

    @Chandan You may check this one once, to create infographics http://infogr.am/.

  7. This is seriously Awesome, most important thing I got here is the best time to publish the post on blog and believe me I follow same timing with my partner and my blog got 30K world rank in just 9 months, great work superb peace of info.

  8. Interesting and informative infographic. Thanks for sharing.

  9. very impressive and helpful infographic

  10. thanks harsh, these tips are very helpful…i didnt know about timings but from now on will post all my links in afternoon itself! :)

  11. Blogging Hits says:

    I think this is a good guide for those searching their own company name or URL. So I agree. The Places advice offered in this article is terrible and will set businesses’ visibility back up to a year if followed as described.

  12. Blogging Hits says:

    Interesting and informative infographic. Thanks for sharing.

  13. Wonderful pictorial representation! Superb Info graphic concept has been depicted over here clearly stating the simple science to rule over in the world of social networking through Facebook. A lot of psychology goes into marketing, and into advertising your business and Facebook is a wonderful platform to do so .

  14. Impressive info graphic, Facebook is constantly evolving and no wonder social media connect to people and their emotions, Longway for FB to constantly keep evolving

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