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You’ve heard it time and time again (and, you’re going to continue hearing it) … “We’re all different. But, we’re all predictably different.” As true as this statement is to our walking life, why would it be any different when it comes to social media? We’re on social media, because everyone else is. But, not all of us are on there to communicate. While Grandma is busy giving “love” to all of her grandchildren, others are networking. Some are trying out new recipes, and others are busy looking at stats. So, who’s doing what and why from a personality point-of-view? Let’s take a closer look.
The Dominant Style
“Ds” don’t always speak on social media as they use it mostly to accomplish a goal or find information quickly. When they speak, however, they’re most passionate about the subject. They’re jumping on our posts, soliciting unwanted advice or showing why they are most qualified to speak on a specific subject.
“Ds” usually will share something related to business, politics, the sporting world — or maybe even religion. They’re telling us about their accomplishments or the lives of those they admire. Yet, they’re still private when it comes to their own, and we don’t even realize it! We think we know. But, we simply don’t.
Social network of choice? Most likely, LinkedIn.
The influencer. The socialite. The impulsive Master of Social Media. “I” styles post all day, every day… with no particular direction that comes to mind. They’re here to socialize, meet new people and have a good time. They embrace the hashtag and take every quiz. While they may be on social media to network (Afterall, they have mastered it), they are mainly here for their leisure. They talk to everyone and anyone. They’re here for the likes and fueled by the laughs. They may even go live! And, that’s what makes them intriguing. That’s why it’s not hard to get others to click.
Social network of choice? Facebook is their TV, but that’s not all there is. They’re on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Snapchat and even Pinterest — at the same time.
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