Just came across this article this morning. I suspect it'll be quite interesting (and maybe a little shocking) for Hubbers who are big users of social media:
10 Surprising and Important Social Media Stats You Need to Know
This was interesting, especially the days of the week that got the most interaction.
Good share, Christy. Number 7 says a lot about the importance of using quality photos whether on Facebook or here on Hub Pages.
Written content is a good thing to marketers and that's good news to me.
Needless to say, #3 perked me right up.
And #10 could certainly be easily useful.
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