When you can get more 'Like' of Facebook?

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New York : Online social networking site Facebook which have a palace as an important part of the life today for everybody and every user of the facebook wants to get the most likes on thier picture, video or post. So if you need more Like on your post on Facebook you need to know about the time of posting the post.

The so-called 'when-to-post problem' is a surprisingly mammoth one thanks to factors like audiences daily and weekly behaviour patterns, locations or timezones and the other messages competing for their attention. It's further complicated by the fact you're trying to reach entire audiences, rather than vying for just one person's attention.

If you've spent ages crafting a perfectly worded Facebook post to entertain and enlighten your online "friends" - when is the best time to push it out onto the network?  So when is the best time to post on Facebook? On weekdays during working hours, and then again between 7 pm and 8 pm, suggests the study, Bustle.com reported.

On the weekends there's a major drop-off in reactions. Hence, if you are really feeling yourself on Friday evening, wait to post that photo on until Monday afternoon.

"The probability that an audience member reacts to a message may depend on several factors, such as his daily and weekly behaviour patterns, his location or timezone, and the volume of other messages competing for his attention," said researchers from Lithium Technologies in San Francisco, who conducted the study.

The US cities of San Francisco and New York exhibit similar shapes, where reactions peak at the beginning of work hours, the study said.

For Paris, the reactions peak in the second half of working hours, while for London most reactions are expected towards the end of working hours.

"This is important for businesses which are trying to connect with consumers in different areas, or if your new social media crush lives halfway across the globe," the researchers said.

Also, if you want immediate gratification, Twitter might be the way to go. The study found that it sees bigger peaks in usage, has twice the chance of eliciting responses, and reaction times are much faster compared to Facebook.

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