• http://blog.clayburngriffin.com/ Clayburn Griffin

    It’s always the brain’s fault.

  • Graumpot

    Excellent post Jordan. Really fascinating read, I think it’s really important to understand the neuropsychology behind decision making to improve marketing.

  • TheMarketingPeople

    A really fascinating read Jordan, as Graumpot said it’s important to take the psychology and science behind why people share things into account to try and increase your reach.

  • http://www.lensdigital.co.uk/ James Coakes

    Social media sharing has become a way in which people build their personal identity online. Often that’s an idealised self image. Put simply one of the main motivations for sharing is to make yourself look good; more interesting personally or more in tune professionally. I’m not sure that science can cover this.

  • http://www.jordankasteler.com/ Jordan Kasteler

    Thank you!

  • http://www.jordankasteler.com/ Jordan Kasteler

    Thanks! Glad you liked it :)

  • http://www.conseaair.com/ John Brown

    Social media marketers should put all these in their brain. I am sure this post will act as a complete guide to improve your social media presence.