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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Facebook Status Abuse - Nobody Cares That You Just Made a Sandwich

Please tell me more about your sandwich. Give me a bite by bite synopsis of your lunch. Really, everyone who is in your network is not interested in your meals. Even though you have an amazing technique with chewing your food. That is a definite Facebook status update abuse.

The reality is that we all have to be conscientious of what we discuss on Facebook. Day in and day out talking about things that can be interesting have their own set of challenges. That is why we are discussing how to post proper Facebook updates.

Here are 5 Tips To Help You Avoid The Sandwich Trap On Facebook.

1. Post relevant information about you industry and business. Unless you are a sub owner, stop talking about sandwiches. Talk about what you are passionate.

2 Vary up the media you use for Facebook updates. Use video, photos, and text in combination with each other. That way you will be able to create a cornucopia of Facebook updates that delights all of your networks senses.

3. Be informative, so your network can learn from you. When you are there to teach, coming up with information can be very easy.

4. Be creative. Come up with something new that has a new angle or perspective on the common.

5. Step in the shoes of your network. Think about what they want to discuss and hear about. I sometimes take a humorous angle, because I like people to laugh, since they are in a more receptive mood to my information.

Keep these Facebook update tips in mind, and you will never have to talk about lunch again.

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