Why your social media feed is actually a giant advertising campaign

It’s not the click counts of your most-liked posts that are the point, it’s the way they appear to other people.

The average click on a Facebook or Instagram post is around 5, with the average for those in the top 10k or so.

But if you have more likes than likes, then it’s not a matter of a single click, but of hundreds of them, all on one page.

And it’s this number, this number of clicks, that matters, the researchers say.

So how can you get that click number?

It’s in the content of the post.

It’s where you put your links.

It may be in the title.

For a post with 10,000 likes, that’s not all that important, but it’s a lot of clicks.

How does the social media platform know you’re a good person?

Social media companies are trying to do a lot more than just create posts that people want to click on.

They want to engage with them, get them to engage.

So they’re looking at how they can provide the right mix of content to get people to share.

This is the part where your content is going to matter, says Chris Ziegler, senior vice president of research at iMore.

“There are many factors that contribute to click counts, but one thing that has been really interesting is that they’re all in the same general form: the post title, the post content, and the click count.

They’re all connected,” he says.

That’s the part of the study that makes you think, “Oh, I don’t see why that one post on Facebook or this one on Instagram doesn’t have the same number of likes as all those other posts.”

Ziegler says the study will continue to explore the social channels of the people that you’re most likely to share with.

If you click on something that’s really engaging, that’ll lead people to click with you, he says, and that’s good for both your business and your users.

If, however, you click elsewhere, you’re likely to get less shares.