Facebook is the most popular social media site with over 425 million active users. Facebook is a place where people connect, share ideas, annoy each other my tagging in memes. As ever, we’ve jot down the list of things you need to stop doing on Facebook. So, if you happen to find yourself doing any of the following irritating things you should look to stop doing so immediately.
Liking your own post/photos/videos/comments
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Liking your Facebook Post aha dude! Have you lost it? We know you already like the post. Aren’t you the one who just posted it? Some people like their own status thinking that status might pop up in other people’s news feed and they’ll be the center of attention. Such kind of people are called to be insecure people, seems like high-fiving themselves.
New Page Invites
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Sometimes people create their own pages and start sending invites to their whole friend list. No need to send invites. People will follow on their own when they’ll find the stuff or posts appealing. Sending invites can sometimes irritate people and because of this they might defriend you. Allow them to follow you, don’t beg for few likes you won’t get fame. If you want to be known fascinate them with your content.
Tagging random people in photos
Tag yourself, tag your sister, your friends and your best friend in Facebook posts but don’t tag people you don’t even know. Don’t ever post a picture and tag 50 others for the sake of likes dude it’s totally frustrating. So you should quit tagging people you hardly know in photos that have nothing to do with you or him. Tagging your best friend is not an issue by tagging each other you can share a good laugh but don’t tag as many people as you can in a random Facebook post.
Sending useless Event Invites (Facebook post)
Sending unnecessary invites make no whole sense. Send invites only to people who are likely to want to go to your event. Invite people in the same city. Don’t think of inviting your 5th grade teacher. It would be weird in person and on Facebook as well. But do we really need to be invited to the event and receive a flood of notifications for an event we already know we won’t be able to attend?
Don’t Cross-Post from Twitter/Instagram
Don’t embrace that your followers on Facebook are entire separate from your followers on Twitter/Instagram. A good Facebook post is qualitatively different from a good tweet. There is no need of sharing the same post on three different apps. Nobody cares, seriously no body! People will simply scroll down or maybe they’ll mute you, dislike you, or unfriend you. If you do this, it’s a clear sign you’re not really engaging with anyone on Facebook or are just too lazy to post new content manually, either way you will fail and friends and followers will keep disappearing.
Liking Facebook post for a tbh or lms is just a waste of time. People will post interesting stuff regarding you so they may get traffic on their useless post. Few people will hardly respond other will not even respond! Bruh get a life!
Doing Anything and Everything to Get Likes
People will post like if you love God! And if you don’t like you’ll be facing hardships! Oh Please! Now Facebook Posts will decide our future! People are more concerned to keep other people out of Hell rather helping them to get in Heaven. People share such posts to gain attention. But who cares?
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Being a social addict you don’t need to post everything on Facebook. Come on try to keep your personal life and social life apart! If you’re visiting 4 to 5 places in a day you don’t need to post every single check-in! Few people won’t even bother to give a read but few creepy stalkers will stalk you till the day you posted your first picture!
If you’re on Facebook you’ll definitely be playing Cafeworld, Candycrush or Farmville you’ll be sending invites to your exclusive friendlist and aware them with your craze or obsession. Send requests to those who are really interested in playing don’t send it to others. They don’t like it Holy Crap No!
There’s no need to suggest your friends to some other friends. No one is interested in it. If they feel like adding them they’ll add themselves. There’s no need to be a matchmaker. By doing this, the people they suggest will get the notification in their friend requests and may mistakenly think the spammers requested the friendship. In reality, the spammers want you to commit the first step by adding them as friends essentially tricking you to friend request them.
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Article by Born Realist