Selfies can be some of your most popular content on social media.
People like to see pictures of other people, especially those with smiles on their faces.
Do you remember that famous selfie that Ellen DeGeneres took at the Oscars in 2014 with Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence and a group of other celebrities? On Twitter, that selfie garnered over 3,000,000 retweets and more than 2,000,000 likes.
Former Boston Red Sox slugger, David (“Big Papi”) Ortiz, took a great selfie of him and President Barack Obama on the team’s visit to the White House a few years ago.
Kim Kardashian, of course, is famous for her selfies.
I take a lot of selfies myself, many of them group selfies using my selfie stick at industry-related events like American Marketing Association, Boston’s.
Selfies show the human side of your brand.
Selfies tell people where you are, who you are with and what you are doing with your time.
Selfies may include others who may share them with their own respective audiences, extending your reach and amplifying your message.
Selfies may be fun.
Selfies may be silly.
Selfies can also be serious business, however.Google+