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  • http://blog.esimplestudios.com Gabriele Maidecchi

    That’s a very interesting research indeed. My only concern is wether or not those categories apply to every kind of Facebook page. Although I believe it’s essential to differentiate the content you share in the various social media channels, I think that not every business has relevant news to share and perhaps they should focus on another niche.
    It’s definitely something I have to think more about, thanks to your post.

  • http://www.2witterbug.com Charity Hisle

    Thank you for sharing. I found this extremely interesting and helpful.

    Were there other categories named in the research? Do you have a link to the research?

  • http://www.kylelacy.com Kyle Lacy

    This is a great post. It’s very interesting and useful.

  • http://www.killersharkmarketing.com Joseph Doughty

    Thanks for the inspiration on this post. I sourced some of your information and tailored my post to reflect the chiropractic profession.

  • http://twitter.com/ssanrey sarah sanrey

    INteresting topic but the results seem to be extremely limited – based on these categories it makes the job of marketing highly complex!!!! As I understand the chart – topical news is the priority but does this refer to general news or news relevant to your company?? As a business school with a Facebook page shoudl the news be concerning the school or general news in the world today?

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  • http://twitter.com/jsncruz Jason Cruz

    I never would have thought… thanks for this Jeff!

  • http://www.dreamtechie.com/ Yogita Aggarwal

    If I am not wrong these days people are more into latest entertainment and politics news apart from that they prefer to share hilarious posts.

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