Social Media Engagement Via Images

I read an article about shameless self-promotion via Twitter and getting engagement on your tweets. I only ever signed up in the first place to see what the fuss was about but over the years, I’ve had bursts where it’s prompted me to write a joke, or make an observation, or share a useful article or resource. I’m primarily a trainer and speaker around engaging people at work but I do get a lot out of my comedy sideline.

So, as a test, I plan to tweet a self-written joke a day using an image and see what it does to my social media engagement. I’m posting the same images on FaceBook and LinkedIn. Today is day 4 and they’re getting a lot of ‘likes’. Ideally, there’d be a lot of ‘shares’ but we’ll see.

Anyways, here are the first four. Let’s see what happens. Worst case, I end up with 30 new jokes.

About Terry Williams - The Brain-Based Boss

I'm all about engaging people and helping you engage yours to influence behaviour to improve results - at work and at home. Maybe you're a manager, a salesperson, a leader, a parent, a presenter or an event organiser? You need to grab your people's attention, create some rapport, be memorable and influence behaviour change. How can we do that? I'm originally a trainer by trade, turned manager, turned comedian and partway back again. Author of 'THE GUIDE: How to kiss, get a job & other stuff you need to know', I write and speak about how to engage people, be they employees, family or yourself. How can we connect with people’s own internal motivations and help them use their own inner passions to drive towards productivity, success and happiness? And hopefully have a few laughs along the way... As a trainer facilitating learning and development in others, I find myself drawing on my own extensive business experience. I specialise in the delivery of high impact, customised training solutions for organisations that are serious about improving the performance and lives of their people.

Posted on May 12, 2016, in Employee Engagement. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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