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Reno Omokri Reveals Why Sad Posts Get More Comments And Reactions

Reno Omokri Reveals Why Sad Posts Get More Comments And Reactions

Reno Omokri has published yet another profound message on his Twitter account centred on why specific posts get more engagement and likes than others.

The social media influencer, author and former aide to ex Nigerian President Jonathan Goodluck most people respond swiftly to sad news because they are programmed to feel sorry than to be happy for others.

This he explains, is the reason why thought-provoking articles and ‘good news’ posts don’t get much reactions juxtaposed to the sad and morose ones.

When your Facebook status is that you are holidaying in the South of France, you got 20 likes. But when your status is ‘Oh no, I just lost my job’, you get 2000 likes and 50 comments. People prefer to feel sorry for you than to feel happy for you!” he full post read.

SOURCE: www.Ghgossip.com

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