At Psychology Today Blogs, Mike Brooks argues that no one really cares about your “social” media posts, certainly not in proportion to the amount of time most “social” media users spend using “social” media. He offers several arguments.
Among other arguments, he suggest that others care about your posts to the same degree that you care about theirs:
If you were able to recall someone’s post from last week that you “liked,” how much time did you spend thinking about their post after liking it? My guess is, “None.” This assumes a previously “liked” post did not pop back up on your social media feed for other reasons.
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