I decided to compile a list of Richeetech’s most shared social media posts to kickoff posting this fresh new month.
Analytics website, Newswhip actually has something similar to this sort of countdown, so maybe i just happened to ‘get’ the idea from them.
As we move forward, i guess I’ll try to do something like this every single month end, however, the reason I’m writing this now and i skipped that of January is because of the rude shock i got after i saw the most shared post on the list, and i promise, i’ll give you guys all the load down when we get there.
So let’s take it from the top, the least shared post, up to the most shared social media posts in February in reverse chronological order:
With this post, i wanted to attempt to capture just the top most notorious Nigerian gossip blogs. You know, the types that can write a post they know can land them in serious Jail time for libel and slander but they still do it anyway for the sake of Page views. Yes, I’m sure a few have already crossed your scheming little mind ?. Read the post.
Truth be told, I’m surprised this post even made the list. It was one of my first 3 posts on the blog and all i did was semi express my anger at that useless Nigerian hosting company we know all too well. Want to find out which exactly? Read the post.
If you read my number 2 post on the list, you’ll totally get my point. I wrote a very similar post last year and it did so well on Google. While starting over almost from scratch this year, I simply rewrote it. Read the post.
Again just like number 4, i really wonder why this made the most shared social media posts in February 2019 list. All i did was share our revenue and traffic figures for 2018 as well as provide valuable lessons we learned and what our plan for 2019 was. Read the post.
Now i know EXACTLY why this post blew up. The difference in shares between this and the one before is almost 500 shares. Don’t let it come as a shock to you that a lot of Nigerians were actually sharing this on Facebook. The hustle is real! A tutorial like this coupled with that irresistible click-baity headline was the perfect recipe for a viral content but i was shocked nonetheless. Naija i hail o. Una fear me gan. ??
Which of our most shared social media posts do you identify with the most? Your comments below.
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