We’ve all been there: you posted something on Facebook and hours later you have very few if any comments or “likes”. You wonder to yourself, was it too hardcore for Facebook? Was it too political or not political enough? You might find yourself double-checking your friend’s list wondering if you’ve dropped any friends since your last post. Did it every occur to you that it could have been the timing of your post and not necessarily the content that was the culprit for the lack of enthusiasm to your brilliant newsfeed post? Was everyone asleep at 3:30am? Probably. Whatever you do, don’t take it personal.
Apparently there is a science to this thing and here’s a reprint of a serious info-graphic by Social Caffeine that breaks it all down for you. Some of it you’ll shrug as common sense, while other information may just surprise you. Find your optimum timeslot for posting and maximize your social media reach!
Ramon has over 19 years of experience in award-winning, market-proven, print collateral, marketing material, iphone/ipad app and website design specializing in corporate identity and branding. Ramon’s passion for entrepreneurial design was borne out of 10 years as Creative Director for Jay Walker at Walker Digital, the Stamford based idea laboratory and business incubator holding over 300 US Patents. Ramon served as Senior Art Director on the start-up launch team behind Priceline.com, a Walker company and invention. Most recently, Ramon’s logo and identity work was selected to be published in “Typography and Enclosures” the fourth book in the Master Library series by LogoLounge.
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