Spot On: How to Write the Perfect Post [INFOGRAPHIC]

Martin Meyer-Gossner Founder & Web Business Strategist, The Strategy Web™

Posted on July 6th 2013

Spot On: How to Write the Perfect Post [INFOGRAPHIC]

It is something we keep being asked seminar after seminar. What is the perfect status update looking like on Google+, Facebook or Twitter? Well, the answer is there is no secret sauce. Or maybe there is now? The guys from Mycleveragency have at least try to define it and put in as much knowledge as possible. If it helps when all tweet and chat on social platforms at the same times, I might doubt here but still…



Original article: Spot On – How to write the perfect post (Infographic)

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Martin Meyer-Gossner

Founder & Web Business Strategist, The Strategy Web™

Martin Meyer-Gossner is a web business strategist with sales, marketing, mobile and social media expertise in the media and technology business for more than 15 years. With his international consulting brand The Strategy Web™ (founded in 2008) Martin attends to connect business and organisations with consumers (or prosumers) – and opens eyes for new sales, marketing and customer service visions and solutions. He was partner and co-founder of the B2B IT decision maker community where he held responsibility for marketing & sales service (sold to CBS Interactive in 2006 - formerly know as CNET Networks).
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Which time zone are the times on the chart?

Good job! I'll share this article with all my customers.

Is the timing specific to a particular time zone? And if so, which? Great info here. Really gets to the essence of each platform. 

this is one great infograph. Yes | would also like to know if what time the chart is. thanks

Nice graphic - one more to add - check spelling before posting.

See the Twitter area on the infographic for typo's - Use capital letters in the right palces? ;)

Friendly typo alert :-) Typos doetn't need an apostrophe.

"doesn't" need an apostrophe... :)

Great post thanks for sharing with us

Would you mind citing the Pint stat re facial images? In most cases, faces generate more eyeballs which is why I'd like to know the source of this data. Thx.

Excellent infographic, have not yet worked out how to use shortened URL's, our site is - Tracking and Asset Management, if we create a shortened URL are people confident to click link without knowledge of where it leads?

What about correct spelling? Use capitol letters in the correct "palces"??

Great article though, thank you!