Wade Harman

  • 3 Psychology Principles That Boost Social Media Engagement

    … of achieving the same goal, people will eventually gravitate to the least demanding course of action.” To apply this principle to your social content, you should keep it simple. In the GetResponse post below, they show that they recognize social media marketers want their email subscribers to feel as if they’re having a real conversation with the brand…

    Wade Harman/ Social Media Examinerin Social- 26 readers -
  • Using psychology to make your content relevant

    … By Wade Harman, {grow} Community Member My friend Donald has lived his whole life in an apartment beside the Chicago L-train. Every night he goes to sleep, and the L-train inevitably comes blaring by his home at 2 a.m. Because Don has been living there for so long, he claims he doesn’t hear the thunderous train screaming by, shaking the whole…

    {grow}in Content- 13 readers -
  • 5 Psychology Tips to Improve Your Social Media Posts

    … Are you struggling to create social media engagement? Do you want tips to improve your posts? To get more social media engagement, you need to tailor your content to appeal to your audience on an emotional level. In this article you’ll discover five psychology tips to improve engagement on your social media posts. Discover five psychology…

    Wade Harman/ Social Media Examinerin Social- 58 readers -
  • How to Create a Promoted Pin Campaign on a Budget

    … what image you want to use, here’s how to craft an ad for your promoted pin. Note: Promoted pins are still rolling out in the United States. If you don’t have access yet, join the waitlist. #2: Choose Your Objective Go to your Pinterest profile and click the settings button next to Edit Profile to get to promoted pins in the drop-down menu…

    Wade Harman/ Social Media Examinerin How To's- 23 readers -
  • The Keys To Writing Compelling, Creative Content

    … Using intrigue to drive traffic to your post is one method of encouraging visitors. But, having the ability to write catchy titles is not going to help you grow the responsive audience you need. Although arousing curiosity has proven to be (somewhat) effective, remember that “curiosity killed the cat” and if you’re not careful it just might…

    Wade Harman/ Convince and Convertin Content Blogging- 17 readers -
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