How many times have you come across a post or video on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn that you were dying to share with your friends?

Maybe it’s an article about how blockchain technology will change the way we buy and sell goods.

Or maybe it’s a video of your favorite celebrity doing something embarrassing in public.

Either way, there is nothing more satisfying than sharing content that makes us laugh out loud!

The problem is: not everyone shares everything they find online and some people are really picky when it comes to what they want to share.

This can make for one awkward conversation when someone asks “Why didn’t you share my post?” In this blog post I am going to talk about the secret behind successful social media sharing.

I want to cover the three main reasons people don’t share content online, and what you can do to change this.

In order for your post or video to get shares on social media, it needs a wholehearted endorsement from its creator.

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While some people will share anything that suits their interests, others only like sharing things they are passionate about. This is why we need to invest in our passions!

Nothing gives us greater joy than putting effort into something and seeing meaningful results come out of it. What does this have to do with successful social media posts?

It’s simple really  when someone invests time into creating an engaging piece of content.

They’re more likely be enthusiastic enough about it that they’ll also invest energy in getting it seen by their friends, followers, and networks. 

There’s nothing more satisfying than sharing content that makes us laugh out loud!

This is why you should never underestimate the power of humor in your marketing strategy.

It doesn’t matter if what you’re creating is an article about how to design a room or the perfect craft for kids adding some comedy into it will make it easier for people to share with others online!

Just remember there are different types of comedy so choose wisely before deciding on this type of approach.

Some types (exaggerated physicality/pantomime) work better as video clips while others (jokes told through text) can be done much more quickly and take up less space when.


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