A recent study showed that Twitter followers enjoy following people who tweet positively. “Expressing negative sentiments in tweets is the second most harmful factor to growing a Twitter audience,” say researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology. They speculate about why: “This might be because Twitter is a medium dominated by very weak social ties, and negative sentiment from strangers may be unpleasant or uncomfortable for a potential new follower to see.” It’s a safe bet that this study on Twitter followers would carry over to other social media platforms. What can you do to spark positive thoughts?
Make the decision NOT to whine or complain on social media. There’s not many letters between whiner and winner but there’s a world of difference. Which one to you want to be?
So, what can you do to spark a positive thought? Here’s a list of suggestions to turn your mood around:
Rebekah believes that social media has transformative powers when it is used correctly and integrated in to a strategic marketing plan.
Rebekah manages social media on a daily basis and is eager to help you STOP those time sucking activities and maximize, prioritize and monetize your online efforts!
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