Are You Guilty?

Status Update

Before you make your next status update on Facebook…consider what annoys people most.  Are you guilty of posting annoying Facebook status updates? Depending on which state you live in, the most annoying thing could be selfies, personal problems or baby pictures.

If you are like me and are from the Lone Star State, avoid talking about your personal problems.  Personal problems is the most annoying status update in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and 18 other states.

Forget about posting pictures of your sweet baby if you live in Vermont, Missori or Arizona.

Your selfies are not welcome in Louisiana and New Mexico.

Are you in Florida? Floridians are tired at looking at pictures of your food.

Rantic Marketing, a social marketing and public-relations firm surveyed more than 10,000 Facebook users across the 50 states to learn which of five types of Facebook posts annoy them the most.

Here’s how many states chose each:

Personal problems: 21
Selfies: 9
Political posts: 7
Food pictures: 7
Baby pictures: 6

You can check out the complete survey and map, Most Annoying Facebook Posts, By State.

What type of post annoys you the most?

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