7 surprising words that get your nonprofit’s social media posts shared (today’s nonprofit tip)

According to an infographic put together from ShortStack (with data based on research by Iris ShoorLeo Widrich and Scott Ayres), words such as “top,” “follow” and “please” get tweets shared. Facebook posts with “advises” and “inspires” get more interaction and blog posts with titles including the words “critical” and “surprising” are also more likely to get shared.

Learn more about the importance of linguistics in your nonprofit social media efforts in the linked article below.

Infographic: The Surprising Words That Get Top Content Shared 

 

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