Wade Harman

  • 3 Psychology Principles That Boost Social Media Engagement

    …, watching your video or using your product. #3: Tap Into the Fear of Missing Out It’s human nature to be apprehensive about being left out. We want to be in the know and be where the action is happening. We want to be included. If we say no to an opportunity, we fear we’ll miss out on something that could be of great benefit to us. For example…

    Wade Harman/ Social Media Examinerin Social- 24 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…

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  • 5 Psychology Tips to Improve Your Social Media Posts

    … media posts? What techniques do you use to appeal to followers on your social channels? Please share your thoughts in the comments below. Five psychology tips for improving your social media posts. Tags: brand color, emotional connection, engagment, psychology, social media conversation, social media engagement, social media image tip, social media tips, trigger actions, trigger words, wade harman …

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  • How to Create a Promoted Pin Campaign on a Budget

    … strategies and tactics have worked for you? Please share your thoughts and recommendations in the comments. Tips for creating a promoted pin campaign on a budget. Tags: pinterest, pinterest promoted pin, pinterest promotion, promoted pin ad campaign, promoted pin button, promoted pin campaign, social media budget, wade harman …

    Wade Harman/ Social Media Examinerin How To's- 18 readers -
  • The Keys To Writing Compelling, Creative Content

    … rattletrap that I scrounged enough money for when I turned sixteen. More or less a “fishing vehicle” so I didn’t have to ride that stupid bike without a seat anymore. I’ll never forget my first adventure with “The Car”. My friend Kevin and I were taking it up to a fishing hole in the mountains to try it out. As we plowed up the mountain road, running…

    Wade Harman/ Convince and Convertin Content Blogging- 13 readers -
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