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Who are the most popular fitness models?

Many people love to have a fit and muscular body and they admire people who are like their dreams. Doing exercise although sometimes is hard to do and needs some motivation, at least you can follow the people who have passed this route and now they are being lauded for their beautiful body.

Honestly, Instagram is the biggest platform on the internet which you can find most fitness models with their stories and posts. In this article we are going to list 40 female models who have got the most popular in our society;

  1. Allela Sagra (13.6 million followers)

ID: @anllela_sagra

Nationality: Colombian

Age: 27

  1. Karina Elle (1.6 million followers)

ID: @karinaelle

Nationality: American

Age: 30

  1. Anna Victoria (1.1 million followers)

ID: @annavictoria

Nationality: American

Age: 29

  1. Lita Lewis (0.6 million followers)

ID: @followthelita

Nationality: American

Age: 38

  1. Kelsey Wells (2.8 million followers)

ID: @kelseywells

Nationality: Australian

Age: 31

  1. Angelica Teixeira (0.4 million followers)

ID: @angelicaht

Nationality: Brazilian

Age: 36

  1. Jen Selter (12.3 million followers)

ID: @jenselter

Nationality: American

Age: 28

  1. Kayla Itsines (13.3 million followers)

ID: @kaylaitsines

Nationality: Australian

Age: 30

  1. Katya Elise Henry (7.9 million followers)

ID: @katyaelisehenry

Nationality: American

Age: 27

  1. Jeanette Jenkins (0.9 million followers)

ID: @msjeanettejenkins

Nationality: Canadian

Age: 44

  1. Valentina Lequeux (1.9 million followers)

ID: @valentinalequeux

Nationality: Argentinian

Age: 31

  1. Ana Delia de Iturrondo (0.5 million followers)

ID: @anadeliafitness

Nationality: American

Age: 42

  1. Noel Arevalo (0.3 million followers)

ID: @noelarevalo

Nationality: American

Age: 30

  1. Emily Schromm (0.3 million followers)

ID: @emilyschromm

Nationality: American

Age: 33

  1. Kali Burns (1.1 million followers)

ID: @kaliburns

Nationality: Australian

Age: 24

  1. Jen Heward (0.8 million followers)

ID: @hunnybunsfit

Nationality: American

Age: 35

  1. Tana Cogan (1.0 million followers)

ID: @tanaashlee

Nationality: American

Age: 31

  1. Brittany Perille (1.4 million followers)

ID: @brittanyperilleee

Nationality: American

Age: 32

  1. Lauren Simpson (2.0 million followers)

ID: @laurensimpson

Nationality: Australian

Age: 31

  1. Ashley Horner (0.5 million followers)

ID: @ashley.horner

Nationality: American

Age: 52

  1. Jenna Myers (0.3 million followers)

ID: @jennamyersfit

Nationality: American

Age: 34

  1. Ainsley Rodriguez (1.9 million followers)

ID: @hardcoreanisley

Nationality: American

Age: 29

  1. Kira Hamilton (0.3 million followers)

ID: @kira.fitness

Nationality: American

Age: 26

  1. Sonia Isaza (3.1 million followers)

ID: @niaisazaoficial

Nationality: Colombian

Age: 33

  1. Aspen Rae (0.4 million followers)

ID: @myaspenrae

Nationality: American

Age: 31

  1. Annie Thorisdottir (1.4 million followers)

ID: @anniethorisdottir

Nationality: Icelander

Age: 31

  1. Rossana Cordoba (0.5 million followers)

ID: @rossana_cordoba

Nationality: American

Age: 28

  1. Amanda Bisk (0.7 million followers)

ID: @amandabisk

Nationality: Australian

Age: 35

  1. Bru Luccas (4.3 million followers)

ID: @bruluccas

Nationality: Brazilian

Age: 27

  1. Iulia Danilova (0.7 million followers)

ID: @fit.with.iulia

Nationality: Moldovan

Age: 29

 

  1. Carriejune Anne Ace (1.7 million followers)

ID: @misscarriejune

Nationality: American

Age: 26

  1. Melissa Carver (0.3 million followers)

ID: @melissa_carver_x

Nationality: Australian

Age: 22

  1. Agostina Laneri (0.2 million followers)

ID: @agostinafitness

Nationality: Argentinian

Age: 37

  1. Jessica Arevalo (2.2 million followers)

ID: @jessicaarevalo_

Nationality: American

Age: 36

  1. Hoda Hajirnia (0.1 million followers)

ID: @hodafitness_

Nationality: American

Age: 35

  1. Whitney Johns (0.2 million followers)

ID: @whitneyjohns

Nationality: American

Age: 35

  1. Felice Herrig (0.4 million followers)

ID: @feliceherrig

Nationality: American

Age: 37

  1. Niki Zager (0.2 million followers)

ID: @nikizager

Nationality: American

Age: 34

  1. Julia Gilas (0.2 million followers)

ID: @juliagilas

Nationality: Ukrainian

Age: 36

  1. Misty Copeland (0.7 million followers)

ID: @mistyonpointe

Nationality: American

Age: 39

Conclusion

Hope this article satisfies your intent. It is exciting when you watch fit bodies; however, the next time you are looking at the images of these fitness talents, you can wear your sports suit and start exercising!!!

30 Top Asian models that make our world chicer

When we talk about the fashion industry, most of us imagine the model as a blonde American/European girl with signs of childhood freckles on her face or maybe a black girl with plaits. In this article, we will discuss another type of model which has embossed our world.

Nowadays Asia, especially eastern Asia is the home of many young and aged models in the world. With fashion capitals like Shanghai, Seoul, and Tokyo gaining traction in the luxury market, Asia now is one the biggest hubs for campaigns and powerful catwalks. Here, we have a list of 30 models which have gained the most achievements and popularity;

  1. Yasmeen Ghauri (44.3K followers)

ID on Instagram: @yasmeen_ghauri

Nationality: Pakistani-Canadian

Age: 50

She was discovered when was working in a McDonald’s restaurant and she was only 17. After that, she has appeared on many runways in the ‘90s and she is retired now. She was the first Asian woman who becomes Victoria’s Secret angel.

  1. Fei Fei Sun (469K followers)

ID on instagram: @feifeisun

Nationality: Chinese

Age: 32

When she covered “Vogue Italia”, she become the first east Asian model who has appeared on the cover for an Italian publication. She started being a supermodel when Karl Lagerfeld selected her to walk Chanel’s Paris-Shanghai runway in 2009.

  1.  Chiharu Okunugi (47.4K followers)

ID on Instagram: @chiharuokunugi

Nationality: Japanese

Age: 27

In 2011, she starred blue-chip campaigns including Dior, Chanel, and Stella McCartney. Nowadays she opens the Brandon Maxwell Spring/Summer 2021 collection. She was named one of Vogue Japan’s women of the year in 2013.

  1. Du Juan (2K followers)

ID on Instagram: @du_juan_fan_page_

Nationality: Chinese

Age: 38

As a model and actress, Du Juan is one of the top faces in the mud-2000s. She has worked with lots of companies like David Yurman, Louis Vuitton, and Van Cleef & Arpels. She is the first Chinese model who appeared on the cover of “the fashion bible”.

  1. Fernanda Ly (316K followers)

ID on Instagram: @warukatta

Nationality: Australian-Chinese

Age: 26

This Australian model of Chinese descent can be recognized easily by her pink hair. She has appeared in campaigns for many brands like Louis Vuitton and Dior.

  1. Tao Okamoto (177K followers)

ID on Instagram: @taookamoto

Nationality: Japanese

Age: 36

She started modeling when was only 14. In 2009, she landed on the cover of “Vogue Japan”. In 2013, she also made her first major acting in “The Wolverine” where she appeared alongside Hugh Jackman. She also acted in “Laplace’s witch”, “Perfect” and “Lost Transmissions”.

  1. Liu Wen (5.4 million followers)

ID on Instagram: @liuwenlw

Nationality: Chinese

Age: 33

Maybe she is the most famous Asian model. Liu Wen rose to fame after being named the first Asian spokesmodel for Estée Lauder. She also has been featured in Giorgio Armani and La Perla. She is the first Chinese model to walk Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.

  1. Godfrey Gao (611K followers)

ID on Instagram: @godfreygao

Nationality: Taiwanese-Canadian

Age: 1984-2019

This Taiwanese model and actor is the first male Asian model to appear in a campaign for Louis Vuitton in 2011. He died of cardiac arrest when he was only 35.

  1. Pooja Mor (59.6K followers)

ID on Instagram: @poojamor

Nationality: Indian

Age: 29

Pooja Mor has walked for Stella McCartney, Roberto Cavalli, Louis Vuitton, Alexander McQueen, JW Anderson, Altuzarra, and even more.

  1. Ming Xi (1.6 million followers)

ID on Instagram: @mingxi11

Nationality: Chinese

Age: 32

Her first scene was in 2009 when she attended a TV competition. She also has walked for Victoria’s Secret fashion show from 2013 to 2018.

  1. Sui He (1.5 million followers)

ID on Instagram: @hesui923

Nationality: Chinese

Age: 31

Sui He started her career by fronting campaigns such as Karl Lagerfeld, Roberto Cavalli, and Ralph Lauren. She also walked Victoria’s Secret Fashion show from 2011 to 2018. She was the first East Asian model to open a Ralph Lauren runway show.

  1. Shanina Shaik (2.4 million followers)

ID on Instagram: @shaninamshaik

Nationality: Australian

Age: 30

This Australian model of Jamaican ancestry has been making a mark during fashion month since the early 2010s.

  1. Soo Joo Park (605K followers)

ID on Instagram: @soojmooj

Nationality: South Korean

Age: 35

She is one of the most adorable Asian DJs and models in the world. In 2014, she became L’Oréal Paris’ first Asian-American spokesmodel. Here, she walks the Mugler Spring/Summer 2021 catwalk.

  1. Chrissy Teigen (35.2 million followers)

ID on Instagram: @chrissyteigen

Nationality: Australian

Age: 35

This Australian girl is very active on Twitter, and with her husband John Legend, she is also a marvelous model. She made her professional modeling debut in the annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2010.

  1. Zhao Lei (74.7K followers)

ID on Instagram: @zhaozhaolei

Nationality: Chinese

Age: 35

He is considered as one of the top male Asian models and singers, with an illustrious career for brands like Harper’s Bazaar and GQ.

  1. Kiko Mizuhara (6 million followers)

ID on Instagram: @i_am_kiko

Nationality: Japanese

Age: 30

As one of the op Japanese models raised in the US, she has worked with many brands including H&M, Tiffany, and Co., and more.

  1. Qin Shupei (279K followers)

ID on Instagram: @shupeicute

Nationality: Chinese

Age: 32

As a Chinese model and actress, she started her career while attending university in New York. She also walked the Victoria’s Secret Fashion show. More after, she was featured in the movie “Oh My God”.

  1. Xiao Wen Ju (797K followers)

ID on Instagram: @jujujuxiaowen

Nationality: Chinese

Age: 32

Xiao Wen Ju is the first Chinese model to be the face of Marc Jacobs. She has reached many achievements due to her activities with a wide range of brands from Lanvin and Prada to Louise Vuitton.

  1. Kelsey Merritt (1.5 million followers)

ID on Instagram: @kelseymerritt

Nationality: Filipino-American

Age: 24

She is the first Filipino who has walked in Victoria’s Secret Fashion show and also appeared in the pages of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

  1. Devon Aoki (776K followers)

ID on Instagram: @devonaoki

Nationality: American-Japanese

Age: 39

Her film roles including Sin city and DOA: dead or alive. She also has walked for Balenciaga, Comme des Garçons and Chanel. In 1998, when she was only 16, Devon Aoki replaced Naomi Campbell as the face of Versace.

  1. Kimora Lee Simons (2.1 million followers)

ID on Instagram: @kimoraleesimons

Nationality: American/Chinese

Age: 46

Before establishing her Y2K-favorite brand, Baby Phat, she has worked with so many people including Valentino Emanuel Ungaro, Christian Dior, and Anna Sui. She is also an entrepreneur and fashion designer.

  1. Margaret Zhang (1.4 million followers)

ID on Instagram: @margaret_zhang

Nationality: Chinese/Australian

Age: 28

She is one of the magnificent models, stylists, writers, and photographers. She is also studying law.

  1. Naomi Shimada (86K followers)

ID on Instagram: @naomishimada

Nationality: Japanese

Age: 34

As a model, she has tried many diets and weights to find her ideal body shape. In her opinion, she must look good at any age and size.

  1. Sayo Akasaka (52.8K followers)

ID on Instagram: @sayoakasaka

Nationality: Japanese

Age: 33

This Japanese girl has been featured in Ginza, Nylon, and Elle. She’s also a brilliant photographer and an actress.

  1. Jessie Setiono (46.6K followers)

ID on Instagram: @jessiesetiono

Nationality: Indonesian

Age: 32

She’s done shoots for Grazia Indonesia, Zalora Indonesia, and L’officiel.

  1. Trang Pham (5K followers)

ID on Instagram: @trangphampw

Nationality: Vietnamese

Age: 26

She is somehow a newbie in the modeling industry, but she has walked for prominent Vietnamese fashion designer Cong Tri.

  1. Dara Warganegara (17.5K followers)

ID on instagram: @darawarganegara

Nationality: Indonasian

Age: n/a

She’s done shoots for Elle Indonesia, Harper’s Bazaar Indonesia, and Grazia. She was also featured in the movie “7 angels”.

  1. Dinara Chetyrova (1K followers)

ID on Instagram: @dinarachetyrova

Nationality: Russian

Age: 28

Dinara has been featured in Elle Vietnam and she’s walked in both New York and Milan fashion weeks.

  1. Hoang Oanh (5K followers)

ID on Instagram: @miacaphe

Nationality: Vietnamese

Age: 31

Hoang has competed on Vietnam’s Next Top Model and has been featured in Elle Vietnam.

  1. Vivian Geeyang Kim (11.2K followers)

ID on Instagram: @plusmodel

Nationality: South Korean

Age: 36

Vivian is the editor in chief of the Korean magazine Plus Size Fashion Culture and has modeled for Forever 21 and Plush Boutique.

Conclusion

Asian models are not limited to this list and there are many other gifted girls which are not mentioned here. So the next time you are looking for a nice model, you can also take a look in Asian magazines to find one!!!

How do Famous People Write their Bio on Instagram?

We all follow Hollywood celebrities on Instagram to get daily updates about their amazing life, right?

Let’s say we follow them to get hairstyle ideas, fashion ideas or just because they are too hot to be ignored. Even though we follow them, we don’t still know what their Instagram bio is, because we mainly just want to see what they are uploading.

I am pretty sure that even though millions of users follow them on Instagram, some have no clue what their favorite celebrity’s Instagram bio is.

No, no. You don’t have to go and check them now! J Here I save your time. I have listed the Instagram bios of Hollywood celebrities that you might want to see.

10 Famous people bios on Instagram

Here is the list of some of the famous users on Instagram with millions of followers and what they have written in their bio. Though, to get the newest number of followers and bio you can search their name on Instagram.

1.Chrissy Teigen (21.1 million followers)

” Chrissy Teigen | making America great again.”

She is such a nationalist girl, and her bio is just a famous sentence and a link to her site.

I think this would be enough information for someone as famous as her.

2.Marnie the dog (2 million followers)

“Marnie the dog | 17-year-old NYC Shih Tzu adopted from a shelter at age 11. I’m a lady! Adopt senior dogs?”

Marnie used her Instagram bio to inspire other people at first sight. You can always use an inspiring quote or your favorite motto which is relevant to your lifestyle and your Instagram account.

3.Leonardo DiCaprio (27 million followers)

“Actor and Environmentalist”

Leonardo doesn’t even need an introduction. He can get millions of followers without saying much in his bio. As you can see famous people use a brief bio on their Instagram following a link.

4.Nicole Scherzinger (3.6 million followers)

“Nicole Scherzinger | When you are born in a world you don’t fit in, it’s because you were born to help create a new one.”

Another inspiring Instagram bio. Nicole is known for her lovely motivational captions. So her bio must be inspiring too, right?

5.James Charles (10 million followers)

“James Charles | Unleash your inner artist ?”

He is a close friend of Kylie Jenner, so he must have something to do with makeup or arts. Lol, but as you can see he used an inspiring quote on his Instagram bio following the link to his youtube channel.

6.Taylor Swift (113 million followers)

“Taylor swift | it’s delicated.”

Taylor has 113 million followers on Instagram! This means she can use a great bio! But as you can see she has mentioned her latest song, and that’s all! Stories highlights are also something celebrities use on their Instagram bio.

7.Selena Gomez (144 million followers)

“Selena Gomez | Light, space, zest -that’s God. With him, on my side, I’m FEARLESS, afraid of no one and nothing. A21 global anti-human trafficking organization A21.org.”

Selena used her faith in God to write her bio on Instagram. This is so sweet. No wonder she has 144 million followers, right?

8.Amanda Cerny (23.3 million followers)

“Amanda Cerny | Actress -Queen of my own fantasy& ur daily dose of happiness @cernyfit @acerny2 #AmandaCerny management@amandacerny.com”

A..manda has used the new Instagram bio feature; she mentioned her other Instagram accounts and her branded hashtag to direct visitors to her other channels. And also a link to her affiliate site.

9.Brent Rivera (10.8 million followers)

“Brent Rivera | Snap • TheBrentRivera Twitter • @BrentRivera biz • brentriverabiz@gmail.com.”

Brand Rivera is a talented social media comedian, so he wants to direct his followers to his other social media accounts.

10.The rock (121 million followers)

“The rock | Mana. Gratitude. Tequila. And not necessarily in that order.”

Everyone knows that the rock is awesome! He used a funny bio to show his lifestyle to followers with just a short link to his landing page.

Instagram bio tips

If you are looking to have an attractive Instagram bio you can use the following tips.

Use iLink landing page

A landing page is where you can add all your links. Since you cannot add more than one link to Instagram bio, so you can make a landing page and insert the URL in Instagram bio as website.

You can use a platform like iLink to convert your multiple links into one short link to use on your Instagram bio. This way you can drive traffic to more than one of your links and you do not have to change or update it all the time.

Instagram bio font

If you search the internet you can find so many tools to change the font of Instagram bio. It makes the bio more attractive and people may wonder how did you change that.

Instagram bio inspirational quotes

Another tip is using inspirational quotes (which you can get from the internet) to give the positive vibes to the visitors.

Sum up

So as you can see, celebrities don’t have to try too hard to get followers on Instagram.

  • Some of them use inspirational quotes to influence the world.
  • Many of them don’t even have a bio!
  • Some of them mention their other social accounts to promote their social accounts, or they just use a link to their website or a landing page full of links to their blogs, products,

The History of Social Networking

Communicating with friends and family from long distances has always been a concern for humans. As we are social creatures; therefore, we have always relied on interaction to improve our relationships.

What is social networking?

When it was impossible or inconvenient to have face-to-face discussions, people have dreamed up lots of creative solutions. The origins of social networking are decidedly older than you can imagine. Sites like Facebook are the natural result of several centuries of social network development.

Social networking is the method of increasing the number of one’s social or business contacts by making connections through people, often on social media platforms such as Facebook, Google, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.

Now, along with social media there are many tools available specially for business to grow their business or even sell online through social media, and networking.

The history of social networking and social media

While social networking has gone on as long as civilizations themselves have subsisted, the exceptional potential of the Web to promote connections has directed to an exponential and continuous development of that phenomenon.

Timeline of social media history

Here is the list of very social media and social networking systems all around the globe. Despite of many people idea, Facebook is not the first social media ever, but it can be counted as a very first popular social networks that reached to millions of users instantly. Advent of social connections back to sending email in 1971 and social media sharing stories and pictures and finding mutual friends back to LinkedIn in 2002. However, LinkedIn was more about connecting the professional users to find jobs.

E-Mail (1971)

The first email was sent within two devices sat right next to each other. They were connected only by the ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network).

  • ARPANET: was designed by the U.S. Department of Defense and later lead to the evolution of the Internet.
  • “SNDMSG“: was an application which enabled users to write, address, and send a message to the mailbox of the other user. A mailbox was just a file with a specific name. At that time, the sender could only add the data; they could not overwrite or read what was in the mailbox.
  • “CPYNET“: was a file transfer application which composes and reads files on a remote computer. Ray Tomlinson decided to combine these two programs, so the message could drive within the network connection to remote mailboxes in addition to adding messages to limited mailbox files.
  • Ray Tomlinson is the one to decide on the “@” symbol for use in e-mail. He said the content of the first e-mail was something like “QWERTYUIOP.”

BBS (1978)

Bulletin board system (BBS) was a network application devoted to sharing or exchange simple messages on a network. The BBS became the first of online society before the World Wide Web appeared.

USENET (1980)

Usenet was a worldwide spread Internet conversation system. Users read and post messages to categories, identified as newsgroups.

The difference between a BBS and Usenet is the lack of a primary server and dedicated manager. Usenet divided between a massive conglomeration of servers which store and forward messages to one another called news feed.

Friendster (2002)

Friendster became a social gaming site in 2011 and promoted in Southeast Asia, so it is a significant site in that area of the world.

LinkedIn (2002)

LinkedIn which is still working and has millions of users was known for its connection to the professional users or employees. Soon, having a LinkedIn profile become necessary for professional to build their resume and show it up to millions of employers.

Myspace (2003)

Myspace is a social networking platform designed by Specific Media LLC and Justin Timberlake. In 2006, Myspace became the most visited social networking site in the world. In 2008, it was overtaken by Facebook in the number of users.

Facebook (2004)

Facebook launched at Harvard University to connect students. As of 2011, Facebook has more than 800 million users.

Mark Zuckerberg and his college friends organized Facebook. The platform’s membership was limited to Harvard students but extended to other universities in the Boston area, the Ivy League, and Stanford University. It gradually added support for students at many other universities, and finally for anyone aged 13 and over.

Twitter (2006)

Twitter is a social networking site that allows users to send and view text-based posts known as “tweets.” Twitter quickly reached worldwide popularity, with more than 200 million active users as of 2011 producing over 200 million tweets per day.

Instagram (2010)

Instagram is an American photo and video sharing platform which was created by Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger in 2010. The first device was iOS on which they lunched Instagram. later, Facebook bought Instagram and it was nominated for teen choice award for choice social network. Instagram now is one of the main platforms of small and medium sized business.

Though, there are some limitations to this app such as not adding more than one link in Instagram bio. Fortunately, adding multiple links is possible with iLink in which you can as many links as you need to any social media bio.

TikTok (2016)

TikTok is basically a Chinese short video sharing platform and social networking by ByteDance. TikTok is one of the most popular apps among young generation which has lots of features that is attractive to create short video.

Conclusion

Most of us now get news from the Internet–especially the younger ones. Social networking has moved from our PCs to our smartphones. Therefore, it has become more ‘intrusive.’ Do we want to know what you had for breakfast at work or your cousin just lost her car keys? We should use them in the right amount.

Funny Facebook posts and Comments

Even after 15 years of emergence, Facebook is still the most used social media platform in the whole world. Funny Facebook posts and comments still make us laugh and reminisce about good old memories.

Most of us got to know what social media is and how connecting to people all around the world feels like after Facebook was founded.

One of the biggest reasons many people love using Facebook is because of entertainment. People get to see lots of funny posts on this platform. We all have had very good moments going over Funny Facebook posts and reading the comments other users have left on them.

Many of us know how to work with Facebook. We make posts and update our Facebook status, but there might still be some people who want to learn how to do these actions to get started with Facebook. So just keep reading to know how to make your own funny Facebook status, and after that, you’ll watch some funny Facebook posts and comments that I’m sure you’ll enjoy.

How to share Facebook posts to Timeline?

Sharing Facebook posts and updating your Facebook status is not a big deal and is as easy as tweeting to Twitter or creating posts on Instagram. All you have to do is to follow the steps below:

  1. From the top of your News Feed or timeline, click Make Post.
  2. You can both add a text or choose to share something. (example: Photo/Video, Feeling/Activity).
  3. Add how you’re feeling or what you’re doing.
  4. Choose where you’d like to share your post. You will be given two options when sharing your Facebook post, and those two options are:
  • News Feed: The posts will be shown in the news feed and your timeline.
  • Your Story: The story will be visible to selected audiences for 24 hours.

5. Click next to News Feed or Your Story to select an audience for your post.

6. As the last step, just click “share.”

What is a Facebook status?

Facebook status is a feature on the platform that lets users share a small amount of text or content on both either their own profile or their friend’s timeline.

The difference between a Facebook status and post is that status is somehow just a small text similar to tweeting, but Facebook posts are much longer and contain more pictures and videos.

There is no doubt that Funny Facebook statues are more popular because people love the things that make them laugh. If you want more engagement, consider making Funny Facebook posts and statuses for your account.

Different kinds of Funny Facebook posts?

It is not easy to create good content that the majority of people would love and enjoy.  It takes time and creativity to be built. Facebook users love funny content. But you should never stick to only one form of content. For example, avoid only sharing images you find to be funny and use other forms of content.

You can choose three things to share as a Funny Facebook status or post.

  • Funny texts
  • Funny Images
  • Funny Posts

How to make Funny Facebook posts?

Not only on Facebook but also on all other social media platforms, funny posts are more welcomed than the other kinds of posts and get the highest engagement from the users. If you want to make your Facebook posts to be funny, there are a couple of things you need to try.

  • Write a funny story as the caption

People will first relate and then react, and that’s what you’re looking for, the first step in making Funny Facebook posts is to add a caption for the image or video you want to share to make it even more fun.

  • Choose your subject from the current trends

You cannot just make fun of the subjects that are now out of fashion, and people find to be boring. That’s why I recommend you to do a bit of research before start updating your desired funny Facebook status.

Take the example memes, including cats and dogs. Since pets are very popular, the memes having funny animals would never get old. So try to make up to dated Funny Facebook posts that go best with the latest trending subject.

  • Design your own funny Facebook posts using a tool

Tools of any kind always help people to get what they want in an easier way and help to satisfy the different needs of users. I want to recommend a tool that would surely come in handy for making funny Facebook posts and designing them. FotoJet is a useful tool for you to get some wonderful Facebook post ideas. FotoJet has some cool editing features would help you in making your posts funny with different filters and effects.

Where can I find Funny Facebook posts and comments?

Tons of images are uploaded to Facebook daily, with more than 1 billion users. When such huge number of users are on a platform that almost all of the posts are public, there surely are lots of funny posts to watch and enjoy out there. If you are willing to find funny Facebook posts and comments, there are actually two ways to do so.

  • Browse top-ranked websites

There are plenty of websites that have gathered the funniest Facebook posts and comments in one place, and you can enjoy these sites by just googling “funny Facebook posts and comments” and heading over to the top sites which appear.

As mentioned above, there is not a huge difference between Facebook Status and posts, so if you want an alternative search, you can go for “Funny Facebook Status” as well.

  • Search for funny posts on Facebook itself

If you are willing to find thousands of funny Facebook posts and comments, head to the Facebook search bar and search for them.  When you search for a word on the Facebook search bar, these tabs would appear at the very top of the page:     Posts, People, Photos, Videos, Pages, Places, Groups and etc.  You can exactly choose what type of funny posts you want to see, funny videos, funny photos and all that.

Where to find funny Facebook comments?

After you have searched and decided what type of funny posts you are more interested in, you can head to the comment section of each post and read the comments. I can assure you that funny Facebook comments can mostly be found under funny posts. The more hilarious a post is, the funnier the comments users leave under it might be.

You can also google “funny Facebook comments” and go through the top sites which have listed the best ones for your entertainment.

What are some funny Facebook comments and posts?

I have written so many things about funny posts on Facebook, but don’t you think it would be very nice to include some of the funniest posts that were ever shared on the platform in this blog? I invite you to watch some of my favorite Facebook comments and posts.  

  • Moms would be Moms
  • The upcoming meme target
  • The poster got it wrong
  • This is the power of meditation.
  • Genius point dude
  • What a sharp observation
  • Making fun of the founder!

Funny Facebook Conversations

Communicating with people is the most interesting thing that human beings could have found. From the past until now, people have tried different ways of communicating, calling, seeing each other in the face, texting, letters, and finally, digital space and its exciting tools and applications are the most standard ways people are experiencing these days. Facebook is one of them that is among people from 2004. now let’s see how we should start a conversation on Facebook?

How to start a conversation on Facebook?

Facebook chat is a great option for those who want to talk in real time, because Facebook shows you when one of your contacts is online. So, you can start sending a message at that time and see if that person is replying to you or not. But do not worry about the people you don’t want to interact with. Facebook gives you the option to disable the green dot for a particular group of people.

How to send a secret conversation on Facebook?

The structures are different in android and IOS for starting a secret conversation on Facebook; the other thing you should notice is that Facebook’s secret conversation is only available in the Facebook messenger app .so do not look for it in Facebook chat or Facebook messenger’s website. Now let’s see how you should start a secret conversation in Android and iPhone

Android:

  • After selecting Chats, tap the typing icon in the top right.
  • Tap in the top right of your page.
  • Select who you want to message.
  •  Tap the clock icon in the text box and set a timer to make the messages disappear. (Optional)

iPhone:

  • From Chats, tap the typing icon in the top right.
  • Choose Secret in the top right of your screen.
  • Select the person you want to message.
  • Tap the clock icon in the text box and set a timer to make the messages disappear. (Optional)

You can send the below options in secret conversations.

  • Messages
  • Pictures
  • Stickers
  • Videos
  • Voice recordings

But you are not allowed to send below options in secret conversations.

  • Group messages
  • Gifs
  • Voice or video calling
  • Payments

Starting a secret chat with someone doesn’t mean that the person you’re messaging could not share the conversation with others. Taking a screenshot is the way to share your secret conversations with others.

Funny Facebook conversations

People always want to find humor in everything and because facebook is one of the most popular social media platforms all over the world. They save the funniest facebook conversation; here are some of them that you can see and enjoy….

What is your funny facebook conversation?

Share it with us

What is the Bottle Cap challenge?

Almost in all period of time people have something to make them have fun. It is not always just about having fun, sometimes these kinds of challenges cause an excellent event happens, like a charity. They invited people or celebrities to do the challenge to understand a special group of people, like the cold water challenge. The cold water challenge started on July–August 2014 to promote awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. And then the 10-year challenges started. It may not remind us of a particular group of people, but it profoundly reminds us of ourselves and how we get through our life during these ten years? Where are we now? And is that a place we always wanted to be in these ten years.

After these exciting challenges, we get to this new one:

“Bottle Cap Challenge”

This challenge is in a way that you should unscrew a bottle cap with your foot. But the question is when does it start? By who? There is no reliable source, but the researchers show that Farabi Davletchin, a Taekwondo instructor and fighter, was the first person who started this challenge on June 25. After that, the game started, and even celebrities followed him same as Max Holloway, who challenged John Mayer. That was just a beginning; here are the top Bottle Cap challenge on social media. Some celebrities take it seriously, but there are always a group of people that love to make fun of everything.

Take a look at some celebrity’s challenges :

Kendall Jenner

Jason Statham

Donnie Yen

Justin Bieber

Here are some funny celebrity’s challenges

 Blake Shelton

Shaq

Lizzo

What do you think? Are you able to meet this challenge? Let’s give it a try

What Is the Meaning of Emojis?

Emojis are excellent for showing the feelings that you necessarily don’t desire to write. They are also good for replacing brief messages, therefore, allowing to not only enhance our typing speeds but also convey the message in a more visual way.

There are more than 1500 emojis available today, while you don’t have to remember the meaning of all those emojis, knowing the significant ones will help you communicate better. Therefore, if you ever needed to know what an emoji meant, here are all the emoji meanings that you should remember:

Happy face Emojis

  • Smiley faces

Smiling Face and Smiling Face with Smiling Eyes are the most common emojis. They only express happiness or positivity. Occasionally, they may be used following a criticism or an insult to eliminate some of the stings.

  • Other smiley faces

These smiling faces are similar to the two more unadorned smiley faces and can be used in the same way. Still, they are usually used to express higher levels of happiness. A message with one of these emoji will generally be very positive. They are rarely used with criticism or insult.

  • Smiling Face with Open Mouth and Cold Sweat

It shows happiness similar to other smiling faces, but there’s also a part of relief. Messages using this emoji usually show joy at how a potentially adverse event worked out. For instance: if you share a message describing that you just passed a hard test, you could use this emoji.

  • Tears of joy smiley

This is used to show laughter or LOL. If someone sends you something funny, you can respond with this emoji.

  • Smiley with sunglasses

It shows coolness! Like the “deal with it” gifs.

  • Flushed Face

It reveals embarrassment for an awkward mistake or situation. It is commonly used self-deprecatingly as a reply to compliments.

  • Delicious Face

People use this to express their emotion about food. It can be used in anticipation for a tasty meal.

Flirty Face Emojis

  • Smirking Face

this emoji has strong sexual undertones. It usually follows sexual innuendos or suggestions.

  • Winking Face

it shows that the message was sent with humorous intent. Any word that follows a Winking Face should not be taken too seriously.

  • Stuck-Out Tongue Faces

These emojis are used mutually with Winking Face to show humor.

  • Relieved Face

Relieved Face is, intended to indicate relief. However, it is frequently used to show peace or calmness. It can also be used to display a certain amount of innocence.

  • Holy Face

It shows innocence or decency. It can be used sincerely or humorously. For instance, when messaging your buddies on a Friday to explain that you are staying for the night.

  • Devil Face

These can be used conversely, although because one is smiling and the other is pouting, they can also be used to show subtly different things. Both show mischievousness or naughtiness.

  • Heard shaped eyes smiley

This emoji shows love, gratitude, or adoration. It can be used towards a person, situation, or thing.

Negative Face Emojis

  • Blank Faces

These show a severe lack of emotion. They may be used to indicate that someone is unimpressed, awkward or indifferent.

  • Unamused Face

This emoji is used to show disapproval or suspicion. This emoji doesn’t show true sadness or anger, but rather a negative emotion. For instance, if you are unhappy or suspicious of someone’s excuse for why they’re late, you could send this Face.

  • Face with Cold Sweat

It shows stress or hard work. It typically refers to a particular situation. For instance, messaging your wife to explain that you have to stay late at work would justify this emoji.

  • Sad Faces

These are the two main sad face emoji. Both carry a sense of sadness, regret, remorse, disappointment, or any other negative emotion.

  • Cold sweat, sad Face

It is mainly used to show hurt or fear rather than disappointment.

  • Crying Face

Crying Face is alike Serious and Disappointed Face. It presents a stronger sense of hurt rather than overall sadness.

  • Crying out load Face

This emoji is a stronger version of Crying Face. It shows upset, pain and hurt. Unlike the other sad faces, it is often used ironically.

  • Worried Face

It shows shock, horror, hatred, and fear.

  • Tired Faces

These emojis show tiredness still they are usually used to represent world-weariness, stress and being fed up as well.

  • Sleepy Face

Sleepy Face is sometimes used to represent tiredness. Instead, it shows that the sender is unwell or sick.

  • Sleeping Face

This is used instead of Sleepy Face to show sleepiness, tiredness or similar. It is hard for a person to send a message when they’re sleeping.

  • Confused Faces

These emojis are used mutually to show confusion. Confused Face is also employed to show embarrassment or an apology. For instance, if you have to cancel plans, you might add this emoji at the end of your message.

  • Face with Look Of Triumph

This is one of the most misused emojis. It is used to show frustration or anger rather than triumph.

  • Angry Faces

They both show anger, with the red Pouting Face, is the more potent of the two. Unlike Face with Look of Triumph, they are rarely used humorously.

  • Persevering Face

It shows fatalism or stress towards a situation.

  • Shocked Faces

They show trauma, horror, and disappointment. They are usually used as a subsequent version of Pensive or Disappointed Face.

Other Face Emojis

  • The monkeys

See-No-Evil, Hear-No-Evil, and Speak-No-Evil Monkeys are used to show trauma, shock, and embarrassment. Each specific monkey is used based on the content.

  • The poop

It is nearly always used humorously. It shows how the sender feels about something.

Hand Symbol Emojis

  • Thumbs up

It shows agreement or acceptance.

  • Thumbs down

It shows dislike, rejection or disagreement.

  • Ok hand sign

It shows satisfaction, acceptance, or that everything’s ok! It can also be used to show that something is small or tiny.

  • Victory hand

It is more often used to represent a similar peace symbol. It shows relaxation, coolness, or satisfaction.

  • Raising hands

This is more generally referred to as Praise Hands, is used to show appreciation, support, or celebration.

  • Folded hands

This is usually used to show or pleading or prayer. This emoji may accompany a request for a favor.

Heart Emojis

  • Red heart

Red Heart is the classic love heart emoji. It is used to show love, passion, or any similar emotion.

  • Colored Hearts

they are all similar to Red Heart, though, the target of their affection is usually related to the color of the heart.

  • Broken Heart

Broken Heart is the ultimate definition of sadness. It can also be used ironically.

What is your favorite emoji? Which one do you use more often than the others? Tell us in the comments below.

What Is the 10-year Challenge on Social Media?

For a lot of us, being forced to look through old pictures of ourselves can be an unpleasant experience. Did I really wear that out in public? Why did I do that to your eyebrows? And what in the world was I thinking with those highlights? But The first big meme of 2019 is not just making users look at their old embarrassing photos, but actually share them with the world.

It’s called the #10yearchallenge, and its premise is extremely easy. You share a photo of yourself from 10 years ago next to a picture from today, to reveal how far you have (or haven’t) come. The challenge has taken over every corner of social media. Users are doing it on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat.

Remember, back in 2009 we still took pictures with actual, physical cameras. We even wrote our Facebook statuses in the third person, wore Live-strong bracelets, and iPhones weren’t useful for much other than that application where you had to pretend you were drinking a pint of lager. A lot has changed since then. Right?

The best celebrity efforts

There are a lot of celebrities and stars getting in on the game to show off their #glowup, although many of them look the same.

  • Gabrielle Union is in her 40s now but doesn’t let you think she looks a day over 26.
  • Meanwhile, Jameela Jamil used her #10yearchallenge to make a point about influencer and celebrity Instagram culture.

10-year challenge parodies

As always with memes like this, a lot of people have taken it beyond the original meaning and used it to make hilarious jokes.

The serious side

But some people have also used the challenge to make a point about the environment.

So what are you waiting for? Look for your old pictures in those photo albums and share it on social media to show your #glowup to everyone.

Best Social Media Challenges of All Time

Every year social media sees a new trend come to life that brings people together to take part in the awesome “challenges.” Over the years we have seen trends that include staying still, crazy dances, laying down, and pouring freezing cold water over yourself that have swept the social media. We’ve gathered a list of the top challenges ever to hit the internet and included some of our favorites.

1- Planking

The Planking Challenge is the best of them all. Planking started it all when it filled Facebook feeds everywhere from 2010-2011. The term planking began in 2008 in Australia when Sam Weckert and friends decided to create a Facebook page to share pictures of the best planking pictures. Since then, Planking has generated multiple different variations, including Gallon Smashing, Owling, and the best of the best, Tebowing.

2- Tebowing

Tebowing is the act of bending on one knee and putting your elbow on your knee and your fist on your forehead. After the Denver Broncos defeated the Miami Dolphins during the 2011 NFL season, quarterback Tim Tebow got down to one knee and performed the pose. Jared Klienstein posted a picture later that night doing the pose and then created a blog on Tumblr dedicated to sharing photos of people Tebow-ing. Tebow also has a Twitter record for most tweets associated to a sports event – with 9,420 tweets per second – when Tebow and the Broncos defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in the NFL Playoffs on a game-winning touchdown pass in overtime to Demaryius Thomas.

3- The Harlem Shake

The Harlem Shake isn’t the dance from the 1980s; it is a 30-second video that starts with one person in a helmet or mask on, dancing to the opening of “Harlem Shake” by Baauer surrounded by people who are not paying attention. At 15 seconds, the song got a bass drop, and that’s when the video involves a jump cut to the entire group dancing wildly usually using costumes and props. The Harlem Shake trend was generated by Youtube user “DizastaMusic.” Youtube users started replicating the original video and uploading their own.

https://youtu.be/YUAVW1ny-4o

4- Ice bucket challenge

What began as a fundraising campaign, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge immediately transformed into one of the most significant viral challenges ever, drawing in celebrities, such as Mark Zuckerberg, Oprah, and Bill Gates to do the challenge. The challenge started in 2014 when golfer Chris Kennedy was nominated by a friend to take part in the Ice Bucket Challenge, not correlated with ALS at the time. He was to pick a charity to donate to and then pass it on. He selected ALS and passed it on due to relative suffering from the illness. The challenge spread from New York to Boston to Florida; soon after, it got through all of the United States.

5- cinnamon challenge

The Cinnamon Challenge is a trendy food challenge that requires people recording themselves, eating a spoonful of cinnamon in under 60 seconds without drinking anything. The challenge, comparable to the Kylie Jenner ‘Lip Challenge,’ was met with an inspection due to health risks of the mouth and throat from swallowing cinnamon and was mainly posted through Facebook and YouTube.

6- in my feelings challenge

This popular dance craze has been mopping the social media, with thousands of users (even celebrities!) sharing videos doing the same moves to the tune of Drake’s hit Scorpion song “In My Feelings.”

Best Holiday Facebook Contest ideas you Should Run this Christmas!

There’s still time to run an excellent holiday Facebook contest! If you need some last-minute holiday-contest inspiration for your Facebook, you can find it here. And if you want some motivation for pulling such a contest together, then you should know:

64% of Facebook users state they are likely to share a link to a holiday contest or giveaway.

Remember to offer a prize related to your brand. If you give away something valuable that isn’t aligned with your brand, you run the risk of reaching a bunch of people who follow and engage with you only because they want to win that expensive prize. Here are some joyful Facebook contest ideas that you can get up in minutes, whether you create campaigns or run simple Timeline promotions.

Facebook Holiday photo contests

It isn’t hard to get your followers to upload pictures; a typical Facebook user uploads an average of 2017 picture each, every year.

  • Cutest couple picture contest

Theme: the ugliest holiday sweater, best Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus or elf couple.

  • Christmas decorating photo contest

Theme: nature, handicrafts, ornaments, animal, patriotic, retro, etc.

  • Family holiday photo contest

Theme: most creative or awkward family holiday photos.

Facebook content contests

An essay contest is just a contest that involves text rather than photo or video. You can let your Facebook community vote for their favorite topic.

  • Holiday recipe contest

Ask your audience about their favorite holiday recipe.

  • Holiday storytelling contest

Have your Facebook followers share a brief description of their favorite holiday tradition.

  • Dear Santa letter contest

Ask your audience to write letters to Santa about why they should win in your competition.

Status updates for timeline promotions

  1. “All I want for Christmas is … “, Write the name of the gifts you want to get this Christmas, and you’re entered to win. The winner will be chosen randomly.
  2.  “The movie or song that best describes the holidays for me is…” Post the title of your favorite holiday song or movie title here, and you’re entered to win. The winner will be chosen randomly.
  3.  “I found out the truth about Santa…” Tell us your story here, and you’re entered to win. The winner will be chosen randomly.
  4. “The most memorable holiday food I’ve ever had was when…” Tell us your story here, and you’re entered to win. The winner will be chosen randomly.
  5.  “The one New Year’s resolution that I kept was ….” Let us know the resolution, and you’re entered to win. The winner is chosen at random.
  6.  “My 2015 New Year’s resolution is ….” Let us know the resolution, and you’re entered to win. The winner will be chosen at random.

Multi-day giveaways

In multi-day giveaways, you will give out prizes every day for a specific period (for example 12days of Christmas or 8 days of Hanukkah) which can bring you a lot of engagement on Facebook because people come back again and again to enter

  • A Product–a-Day Giveaway: line up awards for every day of your giveaway.
  • A Promotion-a-Day Giveaway: reveal a specific promotion code for a free shipping or discount that expires at the end of giveaway day.
  • A combination Giveaway: share digital prizes such as coupons, promo codes, and discounts, during your multi-day giveaway.

That’s it, guys.

You can run one of the contests above and share the result with us on comments.

10 Awesome Instagram Christmas Campaign Ideas to Boost your Engagement

Here comes the Christmas and there is magic in the air! One may think that it’s the season to be jolly, but brands are probably thinking it’s time to begin engaging people by spreading some Xmas cheer. One of the best ways of doing so is by launching interesting contests relevant to the upcoming holidays.

Many brands have performed this in the past and are proceeding with it. Organizing interesting and interactive contests and campaigns is an excellent way to get people’s attention. If you are a new startup, you should consider making the most out of the holiday season by investing in contests, games, and promotional competitions.

If you are wondering how to perform that, I have got a few ideas to help you use the holiday spirit to engage the audience and gain their loyalty.

Run a holiday-themed campaign

By this time of the year, you can run a campaign to use the holiday spirit for promoting your brand on Instagram. Consider adding elements from the holidays into your campaign and marketing strategy. Tie up with charities and offer to donate a part of your holiday sales to their cause. This is really useful in bringing about a sense of harmony, unity and good cheer. Also, this sort of contest is excellent because they target families and not just a restricted section of your audience.

Run a Christmas quiz

Enter social media to create and run an interactive quiz. This way, you can find out what your audience is looking forward to during the Christmas and employ this information to your own advantage. Ask different questions to let them select the answer they feel most related to. Make sure to use simple participation rules to encourage maximum engagement. Ask questions in a way that enables you to get insights into customer’s preferences.

Make a wish come true

The holiday season is the time when we all like to send gifts to the ones we love. Use this information to your advantage by running a campaign around this idea to show off your good intentions. Ask your followers to reveal their holiday wishes to their loved ones in comments. Announce that for every wish sent, your brand will donate a specific amount of money to a good cause.

For example, UPS produces millions of gift packages, which start with a wish. In keeping with this, UPS began the “your wishes delivered” campaign, through which they inspire their followers to share their Christmas wishes. For every wish shared on their website with the hashtag #wishesdelivered, UPS donates $1 to charitable organizations.

Holiday selfie contest

Who doesn’t like taking selfies? You can turn this fun activity into a contest, right? You can ask your followers to get into the holiday spirit and take selfies with their Christmas tree, snowman or a Santa Claus while showing off your product. Ask them to share their selfies to your Instagram page with your branded-hashtags and win prizes.

A Christmas gift with a message

You can use the holiday season to spread the message of preserving the environment. This is an excellent time to get your works to protect our planet noticed. This will not only bring you enormous customer goodwill and trust but also improves your brand credibility. You can do this by a simple, direct message campaign.

Name your favorite Christmas movie campaign

We all have at least one specific Christmas movie that we like so much. This is the movie we watch every year on holidays. Your followers will definitely love to talk about their favorite Christmas movie. All they should do is tell you the name of the movie with the reason to be able to sin some great prizes from you.

Caption contest

A good caption can promote your campaign as nothing else can. Are you having trouble coming up with a good one? Get your followers to create one for you, as you keep them engaged with your brand at the same time. Just post an engaging photo on your Instagram account and ask your followers for an exciting caption, which will qualify them for winning a good prize.

Video sharing contest

The holiday time is when most people fill their Instagram accounts with holiday videos about the celebrations at their office and home. Focus on this and ask your followers to share a video of their Christmas decorations to win prizes.

Christmas game campaign

An excellent way to use Instagram to keep followers engaged during the holiday season is by getting them to participate in holiday-themed online games that are related to your brand.Ted baker’s Instagram game for the Christmas has been a great hit. It features Santa’s seven elves, who have gone missing. They were last seen in an #elfie taken by Santa.

Users can find the elves by visiting @tedsElfie on Instagram and participating in the game therein. The three-week campaign offers many chances to win prizes.

Vote contest

You can set up a new vote contest every day and ask your audience to choose between two products and mention the reason for their choice in the comment section. The product can be related to the Christmas, such as eggnog vs. hot chocolate, stocking vs. Santa hats, or candy cane vs. gingerbread man.

Conclusion

Running a good Instagram campaign can help brands and audiences connect better. Holiday campaigns can be beneficial in not only keeping followers’ engaged but also in sneaking to their emotional side and capturing their heart. Christmas serves as the perfect chance to get in touch with your existing followers and gain new ones.

7 Creative ways to Add Christmas Spirit to Your Social Media

Holiday shopping Is not a marathon; it’s something that happens in the moment. Instead of going to different shopping malls and searching for the best offers, marketers are turning to their social media channels during the holiday season.

In 2015 over 90% of holiday sales took place in malls and stores, but 57% of them were influenced by social media. According to researches around 65% of shoppers are signing up to social media to find some inspiration for purchase.

Such trends are expected to continue growing in 2019. So, it’s essential for every brand to be present on social media to capture the attention of their target customers and trigger the holiday shopping. So if you haven’t done anything about it yet, you can use these tips that makes your social media more festive and merry for this Christmas.

Decorate your profile and cover picture

Your cover photo should always represent the personality and values for your brand, but if you want to get your customers in the holiday spirit, you have to change it to reflect the season. People are using social media all the time, so a new cover picture will motivate them to check your account and look for exclusive offers or gift ideas.

To start, try to think of the cover picture as your billboard and wonder what information you like to promote during the holiday season. Maybe you have a unique holiday product you want to showcase or some special holiday discounts that your audience would love to hear about? Share that with your customers by a simple and beautiful design that includes bold background color and a right combination of serif and sans-serif fonts.

Even if your brand cannot offer any specific holiday discounts, post a photo of your office Christmas decorations and brand it with your logo to create an inviting and pleasant vibe for your social media.

According to researches, each person owns an average of 6 social media accounts but actively uses three so don’t limit your posts on using just one social media. Share similar holiday-themed cover photos to all your other social media channels to create consistency and allow people to quickly find and recognize your brand on their preferred social media network platform. This will tie in all your social accounts together and help customers who are using Instagram or Twitter to research your offer in more detail.

Create a Christmassy offer!

Christmas is one of the biggest shopping seasons of the year during which most marketers earn as much as 30% of their annual income, so they try a lot to attract people to choose a particular brand.

Messages such as one day only, buy-one-get-one-free, limited quantity sales, holiday coupons or special discounts are among the most common deals used. To drive attention to the message, make sure you put the text on a background that will not be too distracting for your audience. Apply the principle of font hierarchy and use bigger font size for more essential pieces of the information, such as your discount value.

Share the joy of Christmas

Social media is meant to be social, so use the holiday season to give your content some festive vibe. You will get people excited not only about the holiday season but also about your brand!

You can begin by creating content that ask users what’s their favorite thing about Christmas or what’s their most memorable holiday moments, favorite Christmas food, favorite Christmas present, etc. Whatever you want to write about, make sure that your text doesn’t invade the photo. Use background shapes as a text holder to make them easier to read.

  • Make a wish come true

An excellent way to encourage engagement is to create a prize game on your page or through platforms. Multiple giveaways, in which you give out rewards every day for a certain period (maybe “the 12 days of Christmas”) have the best engagement rate because they make customers come back again and again. Your contest mechanism could be as simple as creating a quiz with holiday-related topics or inviting your followers to share pictures in their worst Christmas sweaters.

Do you have other ideas on how to get your social media accounts ready for the Christmas? Will you try the ones we have recommended? Let us know in the comments below!

The Best Twitter Memes of 2018

If you feel like there is only bad news on social media and it bums you out, you are not alone. Especially, going on twitter can be really overwhelming, with constant drama, argument and snitch tagging. Memes are the only thing holding social media together at this point. Its been a stressful year so far, but at least we have these funny memes! Let’s take a walk down the memory (or should I say meme-ory!) lane If you like.

1- Eating tide pods

The Tide Pod eating craze started in 2017, but its effects remained well into 2018. The forbidden meals will always have a place in our hearts for the endless memes and cursed foods it inspired.

2- What your child is really texting about?

It looks like texting lingo will always be a mystery to the parents. Luckily, a useful guide to common acronyms became a meme. What are your children texting about? Apparently Olive Garden.

3- Change my mind

Sometimes you see a meme that makes you think there is still hope for humanity. When a conservative expert troll set up a table encouraging people to change his mind about “male privilege,” Twitter got to work and transformed him into a meme. It became a platform to share your real opinions, from putting pineapple on pizza to the plot of Bee Movie.

4- American Chopper hot takes

American Chopper came back this year, helping Twitter to bring back an iconic scene from the original show. The unfavorable father-son duo became a meme for the hottest takes.

5- Build your perfect man

Is there even a perfect man alive? This meme encourages women to build their ideal man. There is only one catch, and you have limited choices. Maybe you will just settle for Paul wisely. LOL

6- Who killed Hannibal?

The “who killed Hannibal” meme is perfect for when you have done something awful and want to shift to blame it to someone else. Some people just refuse to be responsible like Eric Andre in his show!

7- Is this a pigeon?

This picture has been on internet since 2011, but the blow up in 2018 to convey total confusion.

8- Imagine your best life, ladies

A Twitter movement reversed a romanticized version of provincial life by asking ladies about their most ideal life. The meme covers it all, from the plot of Bee Movie to imagining a marriage with Stuart Little.

9- Laurel or Yanny?

The audio illusion tore apart the twitter, with friends turning against each other over whether a recording said: “Laurel” or “Yanny.”It was fun until the Trump administration jumped on and destroyed the meme forever. RIP.

10- By age of 35

By the age of 35, there is no need to have your life figured out. The meme works off a report by Marketwatch telling people that by the age of 35, they should have twice their payroll saved. Twice. Who even has the time for that??

11- I am: straight/gay/bi

The straight/gay/bi meme has it all: nods to classic Vines, pop-punk lyrics and punching fun at tired gender sexuality labels and binaries.

12- Distressed LeBron

Poor LeBron. His reaction after the Cavaliers lost to the Golden State Warriors turned to an iconic meme for, how can I say, when you are so stressed for words.

13- Melania’s awful jacket

Dear Melania, what are you up to? The First Lady wore the worst possible coat for a visit to meet kept immigrant children at the US border. Was she messing with the social media? Was she trolling her husband? Either way, the awful Zara jacket will presumably be recognized as one of the memes defining this presidency.

14- Alexa, play Despacito

This is a nice shitpost. Recollective of the world’s smallest violin meme, “Alexa, play Despacito” is the excellent reaction for overdramatic. Why is this so funny? It is not just about the situation, but telling Alexa to play Despacito is a perfect sign of not feeling anything. It’s art guys.

15- Wholesome memes

People had a knack for seeing the good in anything, and as dark as 2018 was, the wave of wholesome memes brought us a little hope.

16- Selfie kid from the super bowl

Ok, guys, I laughed a lot with this meme on February. I can’t stand it anymore. But seriously, who is Justin Timberlake?

17- The buff Kim Kardashian

You should send this meme to all “gym” selfie guys! What’s up with that? Just go to gym Kim! Go!

18- Left exit 12 off ramp/highway exit meme

This is so true! Have you seen those vague cries online? I should we all should take the right exit.

19- When the wrong song comes up

This is something we all can relate to. Who doesn’t like shower karaokes?

20- Meryl streep at the Oscars looking like fairy godmother from Shrek

I really think celebrities are watching too much animations. Or their stylists at least! This just can’t be an accident!

That’s it for now guys. I will get back to you as soon as I find something trendy for this year. Comment us below if you have a funnier meme on your mind.

20 Celebs Who Nailed their Twitter Bios

Sharing your life story in roughly 160 characters is impossible.

Celebrities do it easier on Twitter. They’re already famous. They don’t need to introduce themselves—we are coming to them.

Here are 20 of the very best Twitter bios of celebrities. You will laugh. You will cry. You will instantly follow them if you are not already.

  • Hillary Clinton

  • Shaquille O’Neal

  • Andy Murray

 

  • Amanda Bynes

 

  • Tom Hanks

  • Weird Al Yankovic

  • Anna Kendrick
  • Rain Wilson

  • Josh Groban

  • Katy Perry

  • Joel McHale

  • Sarah Silverman

  • Jimmy Fallon

  • Jimmy Kimmel

  • Ellen Page

  • J. Novak

  • Jennifer Love Hewitt

  • Patton Oswalt

  • Miley Cyrus

  • Olivia Munn