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How to Create Social Media Posts That People Will Actually Read, Like, and Share

Anyone who spends (unnecessarily large amounts of) time scrolling through newsfeeds—whether it be Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or another platform—knows that while boatloads of posts exist, only a small number of them actually gets clicked.

So, how do you compete with the millions of social media users out there and make sure your content is liked, shared, retweeted, or pinned? Global social media agency myclever may have the answers. With customers like Red Bull, Fanta, and Nikon, myclever has discovered certain tricks to creating the most shareable posts.

Whether you’re an avid blogger, a YouTube vlogger, or just a casual tweeter trying to be noticed by recruiters (yes, you can actually get a job using social media)—you’ll be sure to find helpful tips that will get your friends and followers engaged.

Infographic courtesy of myclever. Photo courtesy of Twin Design/Shutterstock.

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