Mar 30 Posted 2 years ago
Hey Rohn - I stopped reading list based posts a couple of months ago because 95% of them say the exact same thing. I usually skim over them, and it's reached a point where people at work or my clients read the title to me and I guess what the points in the article are. I usually have about an 80% success rate, which should tell you everything anyone needs to know about social media list based articles.
The one thing I wouldn't agree with you on however, is point #4. When people talk about X things wrong or Y mistakes etc, I usually find them to be quite useful because they're bashing a subject - and who doesn't love that? ;)
Mar 29 Posted 2 years ago
This list made me laugh. I'm such a sucker for lists but I'm rarely satisfied by their contents.
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