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Glad you enjoyed the post! I have some tips on what makes for a well crafted Facebook post: http://www.melissaleiter.com/well-crafted-facebook-post/ as well as a post on how to optimize your Facebook layout: http://www.melissaleiter.com/how-to-optimize-your-facebook-layout/.
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Nice post, Avtar! It does compliment this one quite nicely. I would urge readers to check it out.
Also- I agree 100% that contributing to reelvant discussions before starting your own is an effective strategy!
Thanks for your comments, Avtar.
Thanks for the praise, Emily. I agree! Blogging can truly be an adventure and a great form of communication and story telling.
Glad you found it helpful, Maria!
I generally avoid having your Facebook posts automatically posted on Twitter for a couple of reasons:
1. People can usually tell it's automated.
2. The context in which you post your contet for each platform should be different.
3. There is a character limit on Twitter and not on Facebook. You don't want to have a tweet with only a part of the intedend copy.