Facebook & Mood Posting. What an impact it creates for your fellow friends & followers!

Posted: October 28, 2011 in Automotive, Dealership on Facebook, Dealership Twitter, Social Media, Social media specialist, Social Media Strategy
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In the office & coffee in hand you hop on to Facebook ready to let everyone know what you are doing right at that moment or most important of all the “Mood” you are in. Facebook has evolved to reaching out and connecting with long lost family, friends, co-workers and opportunities. What Facebook has done also is create a window of mood changes that can affect not just your surrounding FB Friends but also create an outline of who you actually are.

Trust me; I have removed many individuals from my profile due to negative moods. I am a very happy individual that enjoys laughter, fun facts & most important of all, knowing that my connections are happy FB friends.

Out of my entire fun groove of FB family & friends; there has to be that particular group that has nothing good to say, always complaining, gripping about something or just downright not happy at all.

What you post can be very effective to either create a positive or negative impact. Yes, I understand that Mondays do make an impact of unpleasant vibes & post. There is just something about that darn Monday but I surely don’t let it put me down or get in my way.

Just take a moment to think of the negative vibe that you can give off by posting “MONDAY SUCKS”….! Now take in mind the saying “MONDAY RULES & LET’S KNOCK IT DOWN”…  Just the difference you can make with those positive words can help productivity throughout the day to others that are reading your post.  

Posting fun facts, crazy events of your day (spilling coffee, breaking your zipper on your pants, exploding ink pen, etc.) can help give your fellow FB follower a good chuckle for the day and surely get them to engage with you and your post.

Posting negative thoughts, events and such can cause your fellow FB followers to move away from you and before you know it you are removed from their friend list.

Being a positive impact can help not just yourself but also to your entire audience. 

With team performances, creating a negative mood can diminish your team’s expectations & cause a high rate of turnover. Being a positive mood builder can help build a stronger team, low turnover & most important more sales. Why throw the thorn out there for them to step on?

A negative mood can last longer and be spread faster. A positive mood is catchy but takes a bit of time to rub off on the negative. 

Would you want to be in a slump all day and spread your bad mood or would you like to be standing on the top and being a positive impact regardless if it’s to turn a profit or not?

All views & opinions are solely based by the author Jennifer Schrader.

jennifergene@hotmail.com (231) 360-0730

  1. Joe grubb says:

    Great post Jennifer! I’ll be sure to pass this along!

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