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The Word Science Behind Shareable Social Media Posts [INFOGRAPHIC]
Posted on January 19th 2014
Want to know, what to share in your blog post's title and what to say in your social media post that people really like and share. Well, like all other techy things social media marketing is also an art, so it's essential to know how to craft a message that get more eyeballs, more comments and more re-tweets. Here are 34 magical words (discovered by sociallystacked) you should use in your blog post headlines, Tweets and Facebook posts to motivate your followers to like and share your content.
|The Word Science Behind Shareable Social Media Posts - infographic|
Blog posts headlines containing the words hacks, surprising and history are most likely to be shared.
Twitter tweets containing Please Retweet/RT, check it out, social media and new blog post are most likely to be re-tweeted.
A highly shareable and viral Facebook posts does at least one of the following words: Gives, amazes, amazes and inspire.
Image: Chris Wightman. infographic by sociallystacked.