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Log In. The Research & Science Behind Finding Your Best Profile Picture. One of the first things I do when I join a new social network is to upload a profile picture.

The Research & Science Behind Finding Your Best Profile Picture

But which profile picture should I choose? Is there a best one? Profile pictures have always been a bit of a gray area for me inasmuch as I post a picture I think looks good without knowing its actual effect on my audience. Is there such thing as a perfect, best profile picture? Interestingly, there’s been some rather great research about the different elements of profile pictures that have the biggest impact on an audience. I’m happy to share what we’ve found about the perfect profile picture, based on the best science, research, and psychology out there. The 7 Elements of the Best Profile Pictures In 40 milliseconds, we’re able to draw conclusions about people based on a photo. That’s less than one-half of one-tenth of a second. This finding from Psychological Science underscores the vital importance of a profile picture and the effect it has on making an impression.

Worth trying out: For dominance: This Study of 2.6 Billion Shares Reveals Which Platforms and Publishers Dominate Social. The number of shares an article receives has become ubiquitous in online content; widgets that show shares, tweets, pins, and +1s appear front and center on nearly every post you read (or, in this case, just to the left of this paragraph). Just how many times does content get shared? Where do people prefer to share it? And are some publishers more effective than others at generating highly shared content? These questions are crucial to content marketers looking to understand the key components of a viral marketing success, and our recent research collaboration with BuzzSumo is here to give you some answers. Methodology For this study, we partnered with BuzzSumo to analyze the 1 million most-shared articles from the first six months of 2014.

The volume of shares alone is staggering, but to look a little deeper, we also applied the Alchemy API to calculate the sentiment of the 500 most-shared articles on each channel, as well as an analysis of the relevant keywords in article headlines. I. 6 Ways to Infuse You Content Marketing with Personality. When it comes to content marketing, businesses can easily lose their personality behind lackluster, “robotic” blogs and other web content.

6 Ways to Infuse You Content Marketing with Personality

This can result in disengaged audiences, reduced thought leadership standing, and lower search engine ratings. According to GetResponse blogger Marya Jan, creating quality content requires that you infuse the unique, mutual personality characteristics of businesses and their customers into whatever gets written. How to personify your company Who are you, as a brand? Does your company embody the sleek, technical industry prowess of a Canon camera, or is your technology more trendy and bold, like Apple’s iPhone? Are your products evocative of the traditional yet evolutionary Americana that is Coca-Cola, or is the goofy, catchy Fanta jam more your style? You get the idea. What would my brand believe in? Evoking your company’s personality You have it all figured out.

Use examples or scenarios. You want your customers to think: “That is so me.” Use mascots. 7 Content Marketing Metrics You’re Probably Undervaluing. Synsepalum dulcificum. The berry itself has a low sugar content[7] and a mildly sweet tang. It contains a glycoprotein molecule, with some trailing carbohydrate chains, called miraculin.[8][9] When the fleshy part of the fruit is eaten, this molecule binds to the tongue's taste buds, causing sour foods to taste sweet. At neutral pH, miraculin binds and blocks the receptors, but at low pH (resulting from ingestion of sour foods) miraculin binds protons and becomes able to activate the sweet receptors, resulting in the perception of sweet taste.[10] This effect lasts until the protein is washed away by saliva (up to about 60 minutes).[11] The names miracle fruit and miracle berry are shared by Gymnema sylvestre and Thaumatococcus daniellii,[2] which are two other species of plant used to alter the perceived sweetness of foods.

History[edit] For a time in the 1970s, US dieters could purchase a pill form of miraculin.[15] The idea of the "miraculin party"[15] was conceived then. Characteristics[edit] Ministero Salute: vendita illegale su internet del dolcificante miracolina - Mainfatti. Ministero Salute: vendita illegale su internet del dolcificante miracolina - Mainfatti.