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Tips to Rock your next Facebook Cover Image


posted on 5th of october, 2017

Admit it, unless you live under a rock, you have used Facebook for at least some of your daily life. But what you may not want to admit is what kind of user you are.

   



Are you the “post every detail of your day from sun rise to sun set” kind of user? Or maybe you are the “I have an opinion and I just have to share it” user? Possibly you fall into the “I just want my friends and family to know where I am and what I’m doing” kind of user. Do you simply troll others online, or are you that dreaded “here’s another hilarious video of a cat” kind of user?

Whether you admit to it or not, it is easy to determine someone’s personality by how they use images on Facebook, and the one image that says the most about a person is their cover image....

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Comments (3)

Posted by Zahavak on October 17, 2017
Professional and excellent article
It is very useful
Thank you!
Posted by Leswrona on October 14, 2017
I don't live under a rock and I don't use Facebook.
Posted by Angelaostafichuk on October 07, 2017
I have to admit, I am one who does not use Facebook anymore. Outside of business, I found it to be such a personal time sucker and pretty useless. However, for work it's great. If you use it for running classes or advertising your work then it can be very useful. Good article. : )



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13 Unlucky Superstitions for this Friday the 13th


posted on 9th of october, 2017

The irrational fear of Friday the 13th is so well know it has even been given it’s own scientific name – paraskevidekatriaphobia (which never fails to invoke my irrational fear of spelling). And while we all know that Friday the 13th is an “unlucky day”, have you ever asked yourself why? Or ever done a deep dive into a few other common unlucky superstitions you may have held over the years? Well, here is your chance to explore the meaning and symbolism behind 13 unlucky superstitions we hold.

     



Friday the 13th
This common unlucky superstition actually has two roots. The Christian version is that Judas (the 13th guest at the last supper) betrayed Christ on a Friday – making Friday the 13th unlucky for all.

And ancient Norse...

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Posted by Vladimirkz on October 09, 2017
Very interesting! Thank you!



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