March 24, 2024

Things Which You Need to Quit Crowdsourcing on Facebook

Do you want to crowdsource in the new year? But when you do this, be careful. It will help if you care about certain things when crowdsourcing on Facebook. You can make them feel bored by a few lazy people, desperate people, or worse, crowdsourcing.
So here I will tell you what you need to avoid crowdsourcing on Facebook.

Things Which You need to quit Crowdsourcing  on Facebook : eAskme
Things Which You need to quit Crowdsourcing  on Facebook : eAskme

Things Which You Need to Quit Crowdsourcing  on Facebook:

What I am eating:

If you say, "I don't know what to eat or I am eating what i eat regular". I am sure no one cares what and why you are saying this. Some decisions you have to make yourself, don't be tedious.

What you can find easily:

Don`t ask for something that you can find yourself. Like several pizza deliveries, you can find it anywhere in a newspaper or get it from your friend. Facebook is good if you are creative.

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My Next tattoo:

Do you have ink, and do you want something more? It`s good for you. But believe me, no one cares about which design you will regret soon. We also do not want to see a pic of a still-blinded patch of skin.

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Travel recommendations with name:

Now, suppose you ask that other to recommend you "a bar to bar which known as moito in Mauritius," Well. In that case, you are yourself telling others where you are going, so asking for fake recommendations is useless and looks like you are the biggest boaster.


Never post on Facebook that you will kick your job soon or want to. Whether your boss is on your friend list or not, this post idea will kick you out of the job. There can be many others who are waiting to see you leave your job.

Brag!Brag and Brag

Stop bragging about yourself. Treat everyone as human, and don`t be bossy, or else you will never find anyone looking at your wall or post.


There are many things that you should now use to crowdsource. After reading the above points, I believe you have a pretty good idea of what not to share on your Facebook wall.
If you do have any question or suggestion, feel free to ask me.

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