Infographic: Optimize your Facebook, Twitter, G+ and Pinterest posts

By Maciek Krol from Wrocław, Poland (Perfect) [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Jim Dougherty

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Perfect : freedom from fault or defect.

I have heartburn with anyone purporting to help you create anything that is “perfect.” If everything conformed to a certain format, everything would be perfect, everything would go viral, and we would collectively consume everything in the optimized Internet. So this infographic isn’t going to help you to achieve perfection per se.

That said, there is surely a benefit to follow a certain form or format. People have an attention span of eight seconds, so it’s incumbent upon writers to make their content as accessible as possible. What I like about this infographic is that it offers some very pragmatic and practical tips on how to make your content accessible on these networks.

Let me know what you think about this one. :)

mycleveragency Social Media Perfect Post Infographic
Social Media Perfect Posts Infographic is an infographic that was produced by mycleveragency

Photo by Maciek Krol from Wrocław, Poland (Perfect) [CC-BY-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons
Jim Dougherty

Jim Dougherty

Writer and chief of miscellany at leaderswest.com
I'm the guy that wrote the article you just read. Sorry for the typos.

Comments

  1. mattycandy says

    Twitter once told me (well not the entire company, but a few of their account managers) that they actually see more clicks to links that are in the middle of a tweet and not at the end. Such as “Want the perfect #social post? LINK @jimdougherty’s infographic shows how to optimize”

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