Encourage someone with “likes” and “comments”
Harnessing the Power of Social Media – Part 4.
Truly appreciate those around you, and you’ll soon find many others around you. – Ralph Marston
I am one of the advocates for both “thumbs up” and “thumbs down” on social media. Likes and commentary should give us ephemeral data insight. For a post not to be approved [endorsed] does not mean one cannot remain resolute in the belief of one’s conviction; again, for it to be “liked” does not mean it’s the sincere state of acceptance. The “likes” of others or “disapproval” should help us rethink our stand to amendment or uphold the status quo. We should also be liberal and generous in endorsing causes that will aid our growths; sincere criticism helps build and develop products and services into prime. In the words of Voltaire,
“appreciation is a wonderful thing: it makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well.”