Reply To A Post You Enjoy
We all get in the habit of breezing past content on social media, though it’s actually worth the effort of making the Internet a positive and constructive place.
Even if it’s just a simple “thank you” or tidbit of good feedback, the person behind the post will appreciate your time and effort. Take an extra moment to show you are grateful for the inspiration, information and/or humor they provide in your life. If you get value out of something, let it be known! Simple as that.
I like people's art posts all the time - and reply to one's that seem to be extra special...or someone who needs to know they are good enough.
Becky Breshears8 days ago
Kate Hrehorabout 1 month ago
Good idea!! My new goal!!
Lisa Jones5 months ago
2021 is my year for posting positive, uplifting, empowering, humorous and all things Pitbull's posts. After all of the negativity of 2020 I decided that I would be positive. The blessing in that is that it has spread to other areas of my life. It is a blessing for me and hopefully those around me.
Rhonda Hughes6 months ago
I am refraining from posting negative statements. If I can’t say something nice or complimentary, I just scroll on.
Peggy Evans7 months ago
Im on social media all day but once i found out how much of ur brain sells are getting taken away i started to set a timer and stay on social media for a certen time.
Breezy Breezy8 months ago
This is great!
Vanshika Thakur9 months ago
Spencer Lobe9 months ago
As a children's author whose book focuses on kindness, I changed my social media name to "Kindness & Stories". I post positive quotes, kindness initiatives from school, and doodles from talented artists. I thank new followers for following me, comment on posts I admire, and only like or follow pages and people that fill me up! It is one way I can make social media more positive.
Angelina Gauthierabout 1 year ago
I agree, this is such a simple thing that can make someone's day! One positive comment can go a long way.
Hannah Meadeover 1 year ago
I agree! Social media can be such a positive tool to help people feel like they belong to something greater than themselves. To know another person is thinking about you or acknowledges you, makes you feel special. To know someone is praying for you, makes you feel loved.
Deborah Habelover 1 year ago
Celisia Evansover 1 year ago
That's a fantastic idea,
Diane Arnoldyover 1 year ago
Alicja Balarynover 2 years ago
Thank you for sharing this idea! I really like how simple this is and the description: "making the Internet a positive and constructive place." This really hit home for me and I definitely want to start commenting more!
Jessica Belislealmost 4 years ago