Rayban has a positioning on the legend and the stars who had extraordinary lives, hence the catchphrase “Enter the legend”. Clearly, wearing Raybans is something to be assumed. We assume to have a logo on the head, we assume to have immediately recognizable glasses and above all we claim it out loud. Back to school is the time to make a good impression. We put on our 31, we take care of our brushing like never before. In short, this is the time when we must do “personal branding” to the power of 10. At work or at school, our new friends or colleagues quickly turn into new Facebook contacts. And they will go around our wall and our photos to find out more about us. So that’s when you need to have lots of friends, an exciting life and not just Farmville posts.
Might Be Upset to Be Rolled in Flour
This is a question that we actually asked ourselves. Nevertheless, we are with a target that is fond of schoolboy pranks and for whom the catchphrase “trap your Bahamas Phone Number friends” works at full speed. In addition, the Internet user remains in control of the situation from start to finish. Nothing is posted automatically (it necessarily requires a choice, a validation and an action by the player). You can edit, and the choices are quite wide, from the most classic to the most extraordinary. It would also be interesting to do a study by age to see who the most extreme Internet users are. Clearly, my 30-something friends have all chosen fairly believable posts. Nobody dared to say that he was in the small papers of an X or Y star.
Do You Have Concrete Objectives
We also noticed that “telling it by embellishing reality” is ultimately something that people do quite naturally. Today people are more and more mature on social media. They think before posting, they calculate, they study the formula to see if it will generate a lot of reactions. People don’t write in a diary hidden away from everyone. What they want is likes and comments. The bigger it is, the more it passes and I admit to myself being surprised at the success of the publications. I read many comments on posts like “nonnnnn!! serious !!! it’s true ???? or “I want an autograph!!! “. Our posts are only “beginnings of history”. It is up to the user to prolong the mystery in their answers.