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Here, crossposted from her blog, she summarizes her remarkable findings.

In the previous study, I presented data analysis that examined how users read and share Boston Globe posts on its Facebook Page.

In general, says Kahneman, “you should not take assertive and confident people at their own evaluation unless you have independent reason to believe that they know what they are talking about.” That may be easier said than done.

And Kahneman concedes that this advice is hard to follow: “Overconfident professionals sincerely believe they have expertise, act as experts and look like experts.

Stories are created when someone likes, comments on or shares your posts; answers a question you posted; or responds to your event”.

These metrics are counted as absolute numbers of unique visitors in various ways and reflect user behavior from passive consumption to active interaction.

As a not quite positive example, MIT Technology Review may show us how to gain little attention.

As a hardworking journalist, you may tell me it’s upsetting to know that readers are attracted to this kind of superficial stuff like BIG PICTURES and BREAKING NEWS.

MLex (subscription required) (02 Feb.) Activity in China's service sector highest since May 2012 In January, activity in China's service sector accelerated to its highest level in nearly seven years.

The Caixin service Purchasing Managers Index hit 54.7, up from December's 53.9.

Editor’s note: This summer, we told you about the work of Sonya Song, the current Knight-Mozilla Fellow at The Boston Globe, who was working on a major analysis of what works and what doesn’t on Facebook when it comes to sharing news stories.

She’s expanded that initial research into a deep look at the psychological motivations behind sharing and the touchstones that can make a post spread to new audiences.

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