Want to know what your social media habits are saying about your personality? Answer these 8 questions to find out which type of social media sharer you are!
What's the plan for tonight? Whose turn is it to pay for the Uber on Saturday? Where has Lady Gaga been? You love to start conversations with questions so all those ranters and informers can get in on the action. Or maybe you're just really out of the loop? Whatever the case, other social media users love you because it gives them a forum to do what they do best - share! (This quiz is brought to you by Qzzr, in partnership with Social Media Week.)
Too afraid to flip off the jerk who cut you off on your way to work? Too shy to let the Starbucks barista know she spelled your name wrong? You let it all out on Twitter and Facebook in the hopes that your peers will console you in the wake of these first-world problems. You also feel obligated to comment on every political post you see, because people are dying to know your opinion on gun laws, education, and health care - aren't they? (This quiz is brought to you by Qzzr, in partnership with Social Media Week.)
You have over 5,000 Facebook friends, and immediately unfollow a fellow Instagram user if they don't follow you back within 12 hours - that ish is just plain rude. You are mortified if your latest selfie doesn't get at least 50 likes, because you have to beat your friend's spring break pic or people might think she's prettier than you - as if! (This quiz is brought to you by Qzzr, in partnership with Social Media Week.)
You forgot your Facebook password, and you didn't know that Kim K broke the internet until, like, Christmas. Your Instagram has a total of 9 pictures on it, most of which your friends took and posted while you were in the bathroom at the bar. You occasionally test the waters of social media, but can't even fathom how your friends go on Twitter every day...sometimes even more than once! (This quiz is brought to you by Qzzr, in partnership with Social Media Week.)
Do you constantly inform others that you don't care about what happens on Twitter? Or that you have better things to do than scroll through your newsfeed? If you truly didn't care about social media, you probably wouldn't spend so much time chatting about it. We all know that denial is the first step on the path to admitting you have a problem... (This quiz is brought to you by Qzzr, in partnership with Social Media Week.)