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The facebook vanity pyramid

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Just a simple way to look at posts on facebook and how I perceive them as a Vanity Pyramid that can easily be 'gamified'.

Just a simple way to look at posts on facebook and how I perceive them as a Vanity Pyramid that can easily be 'gamified'.

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  • 1. The ‘Vanity Pyramid’ of Facebook An Original Idea of Alok Rodinhood Kejriwal
  • 2. Vanity what?
    • I’ve been pondering :
      • What gives me a ‘sense of pride’?
      • What gives me ‘instant vanity’
    • One of the things that comes first to my mind is the the way people ‘respond’ to my posts on facebook.
  • 3. Some info…
    • My facebook profile is facebook.com/rodinhood
    • I have 5000 friends & 1150 subscribers = 6150 ‘audience’
    • One of my best posts has been ‘My Company has paid salaries without a day’s delay for 156 months non-stop’
  • 4. Now, for each of my important posts, this is the way I look my “Vanity Pyramid
  • 5. And here is my Vanity Pyramid Scores GAMIFIED for my best post. (Vps score = action per level / audience as %)
  • 6. So?
    • If social media is your business, then benchmark your work with ‘Vanity’ scores
    • If you are a FB ‘professional’ then measure your effectiveness per post.
    • If you are just a casual FB user, then use the Vanity Pyramid to figure how many of your friends like ‘what’ you say.
  • 7. Connect with me?
    • [email_address]
    • Twitter / facebook / linkedin

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