Sick of not getting enough comments on your status updates? No one liking your photos? Well it might be because you're uploading them on a Wednesday afternoon, news.com.au reported Thursday.
A study released by social media management company, Vitrue, found how much attention your Facebook posts are receiving is dependent on what you posted and when you posted it.
Providing a How-to Guide for the attention-starved Facebooker, the report outlines that image and video are "superior to text-only posts."
Proving the adage "a picture is worth a thousand words," the study found that an image will get 22 percent more "likes" and comments than video and 54 percent more than a text-based post.
Fridays get the most interaction, while weekends get the least. The engagement increases 65 percent if the post is made before noon, which is probably due to people checking Facebook over their morning coffee.
The lack of activity on the weekend suggests that outside of Facebook, people possibly do still have a life, if not a work ethic.
The report was created for marketers and analyzed publisher posts for more than 100 randomly selected streams or pages, representing 42.6 million Facebook fans and 32,000 posts.