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5 most sucessfull social networks and the best & worst time to post on it

Social Media is definitely a hot topic today, but for sharing on social networks the timing should be correct to get more views and get a higher click through rate. According to a research these timings are more suitable for sharing content on social networks
Facebook - between 10 am and 4 pm , Monday to Thursday
Twitter     - between 1 pm and 3 pm   , Monday to Thursday
LinkedIn  - 7 am to 9 am & 5 pm to 6 pm , Tuesday to Thursday
(should focus more on posting before and after office timings)
Google+   - 9 am to 11 am on all workdays
Pinterest  - 2 pm to 4 pm & 8 pm to 1 am on weekdays. Saturday morning would be the best time to pin items on Pinterest 
The Infographic given below will be of great help but it cannot be an answer to all the questions in your business. Consider these timings for sharing content on social networks but in certain situations the timing do change depending upon the type of business for example
-a local bakery shop sharing time won't be the same as an in…


Enhancing Creativity via MediaionCertain meditation techniques can promote creative thinking. This is the outcome of a study by cognitive psychologist Lorenza Colzato and her fellow researchers at Leiden University, published19 Aprilin Frontiers in Cognition.This study is a clear indication that the advantages of particular types of meditation extend much further than simply relaxation. The findings support the belief that meditation can have a long-lasting influence on human cognition, including how we think and how we experience events. Two ingredients of creativity The study investigates the influences of different types of meditative techniques on the two main ingredients of creativity: divergent and convergent styles of thinking. Divergent thinking Divergent thinking allows many new ideas to be generated. It is measured using the so-called Alternate Uses Task method where participants are required to think up as many uses as possible for a particular object, such as a pen.Convergen…