I really love my opinion of people on the pages, no matter how it is expressed, in words, pictures, music. But exactly his own. Therefore, I really do not like pages with reposts (permanent). Everything else is indirect (music, video, bands, etc.) and is essentially tied to your opinion. I don't like closed comments, photos from games, incorrect names of musical compositions, etc.
but first of all I pay attention to photos, wall and subscriptions. I love the positive. I like it when an asset is in the comments under a person's posts.
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In addition, I draw your attention to the content on the page. since in most cases audio recordings and saved photos are limited by privacy settings, I go through the list of groups and posts on the wall. and if already there I do not notice anything contradictory then the person goes through the initial stage of verification
For me, this is anonymity, audio and video recordings, group subscriptions. A person who is ready to put a hundred photos on a page for the sake of hundreds of likes is an easily manipulated "INTO", but an anonymous person, he stands out from such "INTO" by his "I". Also audio and video: if there are a lot of funny vidos with cats in the video, then this is rather a standard person of which there are a lot on the street, which means this is not my client. As for audio: everyone has different tastes, but a face and a bunch of hype kizaru are no longer an icic. Subscriptions: it's more interesting here
People are divided into pseudo- and explicit-. A person will "obviously" hide his subscriptions, there is no need for everyone to know who it is, and if he leaves it open, then there will be an indicator of how much "obviously" this person will be.
"Pseudo" will subscribe to the corresponding "pseudo" publics (well, the wildest ones are rummaging and amdevs, 4chan, oatmeal, etc.)
In general, defining a person by a page is like trusting people: stupid and futile
For a long time, I have not been trusted by any pages. A lot of fake. Therefore, I unsubscribed everyone, or almost all of whom I personally do not know or who are not personally acquainted with those whom I know. Any social network is just a platform for information. In principle, if my daughter did not live on the other side of the earth and facebook would not be the only opportunity for communication, she probably would have settled her own for a long time. Somehow "played enough" already. A brother, according to the same principle, does not start an account at all. More precisely, he turned him on for correspondence, but his Japanese friends dissuaded him. Everything is too transparent.
Avatars, photos, statuses, all this is tinsel. Of course, this can also affect the attitude towards a person, but personally, I first of all check subscriptions. All kinds of "chambers", "overheard", "indulgences" and the like- Not immediately! In these groups, vague content is distributed, stories that are written by someone who does not understand and without the slightest opportunity to check their plausibility. I can generate such tales a dozen a day, subscribers of such groups do not mind being fed ... from a shovel, in general, fed. Next, "intellectual" publics. "Lepra", as one example. All kinds of quotation books and endless "institutions of the noble." To summarize: I will not communicate with a person who has a shitty taste in terms of content and eats everything that is shoved into his mouth. And this is if we do not take into account that the audience of such publics is for the most part diametrically opposed to the topic. Squeezed people without personal life are subscribed to groups with vulgarity (I repeat: not all!), to boyish quotes-gopnik from the area to some get lost in flocks and will not come out in life less than 4 to 1, but they heard about the 90s from their parents, to "smart" groups, intellectually affected people, who only need to create the appearance of their erudition, and not acquire one.
Great answers that say it all, but I still couldn't help it. I'll add it from my gender bell tower, otherwise some girls answer. In women's pages, groups say a lot at once in the style of "find out your destiny", "pass the test", and other astrology-numerology. This speaks of a certain .... naivety. The second point, perhaps the most important, is a group with STATUSES ... Hmm ... This speaks of the superficiality of a person, and it speaks specifically. Well, it's not something that would be a minus, but I don't understand - all sorts of groups "want to get married", "ideas for a wedding" and so on for girls who do not have a groom or a boyfriend. Well, the photos themselves, without vulgarity and without accordions, are welcome.
Oh, the question is exactly the one I would like to answer. Many people say: "What are you, stupid? How can you judge a person by his Vkontakte page ?! Contact is not life! JV is not feelings!" - but no, how can you! We arrange this page ourselves, select a list of groups, video and audio, save these humorous pictures, or romantic photos of landscapes. Based on all this, one can judge the interests, sense of humor and preferences of the page owner. Of course, if the page is empty, then you can't really say anything here, except that the person is secretive (by the way, empty pages are more repulsive than attractive, as far as I noticed). When they want to meet me on Vkontakte, the first thing I do is look at the saved games and groups. And here are two stop signals that will 100% convince me to immediately weed out this person:
1) I will say goodbye to the guy right away if he has a bunch of, sorry, ass in the saved, and subscriptions à la "overheard 18 + "," 69 shades of vulgarity "," vulgar girls ", and most of all I am amused by a public / group called" men's thoughts ", since there are only assholes and cars. And under each girl with the 6th size, in underpants (others are not posted) there is always some chaste quote like: "Men don't need whores, they need good girls!" Few people want to trust those who are concerned.
2) I will say goodbye to a person right away if in groups: Eaglet; MDK; laugh to tears; ideas for business; Leonardo give me some wine; TRUTH AND FACTS • CHOOSE GOOD; awesome jokes; STATUS, only the best! And on the wall there are all sorts of quotes flattering themselves: "Strong people are always a little rude, vulgar, they like to sarcastically and smile a lot," hands all the time. There can be no question of any trust in these people, since for them to say everything that comes to mind is cool. These people are not aware of their actions. |
And the most appealing details are:
1) Good, high-quality photos. Anything that would speak of the kindness of this person: sometimes smiles (but sincere), photos with animals, family.
2) Good humor (no aggression)
3) Subscriptions that would speak of love for new and beautiful things.
4) Not necessarily, but not excessive activity (without changing the avatar every day). Consistency also tends to inspire confidence in others.
Something like that. Sorry, it's a bit too much water. I hope you find an answer to your question in this wall of text.
I trust pages that are clearly not fake (you probably can't know for sure, but still), that is, pages with photos, including old ones, posts and comments from other real users and, directly, the owner's activity of this page. I'm not talking about endless posts and photos, but if the only and last photo was posted in 2010, there is no content on the page, and the person is not familiar to me at all (even through mutual friends) - I would not trust.
Personally, I always study in detail the page of the person with whom I am going to communicate. I do not miss his interesting pages (if there are continuous publics "Brother for Brother" and pages with naked women, I will not contact such a person). I also watch music, because if there is nothing in the playlist besides AK-47 and other highly intellectual art, then again it will not inspire confidence. . In general, it is easy for a normal person to calculate an inadequate page right away.
What is "trust" in this sense? In general, I believe that there are no details of "trust" on the pages, there are common interests that give more topics for communication. => more often than not, the more communication, the more trust. That's all;)