12 responses

  1. Devesh
    March 3, 2011

    Hey Garin,

    These are awesome tips man. I like the idea of Post AscII Art. I never thought of doing AscII Art. Will going to try it out.

    Anyways, Thanks for sharing this great post.

    ~Dev

    • garin
      March 3, 2011

      Hi Dev,

      Glad you liked the post! :)

      I posted AscII art once and it got a bunch of likes.

      Cheers,

      Garin

  2. HowToWebinar
    March 3, 2011

    Thanks for this Garin. I didn’t realise how powerful using the @ symbol for tagging people and groupd in facebook was until reading this.

    • garin
      March 3, 2011

      You are welcome. It is true using the @ symbol is a great way to throw down a link without seeming spammy. More links to a Facebook page = more fans, from my experience.

      Cheers,

      Garin

  3. Irfan
    March 3, 2011

    I remember when i used fliptext lastly, people were asking how did you have written your status upside down and i was answering ‘magic’. :)

    • garin
      March 3, 2011

      Haha nice. :D

      • Irfan
        March 3, 2011

        Still they didn’t have any idea about how i have written that status. ;)

  4. Carissa
    March 3, 2011

    Great info – very original and out of the box ideas!

  5. sreekumar sukumaran
    March 3, 2011

    There are plenty of ideas coming up like what you have explained. They are educative and very useful for optimum utilization of Facebook. Look forward to more such useful articles.

  6. Ayush Gupta
    March 4, 2011

    I rarely update my status. I will lookout for Asc II Art

  7. Laxmi
    March 4, 2011

    Hi,

    These are really great tips. I never tried such tips thanks I will try them out, specially the ASCII Art :)

  8. Varghese mathew
    January 4, 2012

    Wonderful post, I noticed many times if someone posted really stupid stuffs on their wall that post have more likes and comments.

    Ofcourse famous, inspiring quotes, funny pictures will get more comments and likes..

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