It's been a while since I've shared a Top Posts article.

With the first quarter of the year about to end in a week, the timing seems perfect.

Here we go. Since today is Friday, and this post is sharing my top social media articles, I call this post, "Flashback Friday: So Social."

1. This post shares how to get a free Instagram unfollow app. Since you can't use tools to mass unfollow, in the summer of 2019, Instagrammers found this helpful:

2. I thought my readers would find a post explaining how to buy Discord members sleazy, but they didn't. Today, it is in my top 52 of best performing posts:

3. My Top Tweets is a recent publication. The post explains how you can see your top tweets on Twitter and replicate your success with Twitter marketing:

4. My post explaining the difference between tagging, hashtagging, and how to tag on social media only recently become one of my best performing posts although it was published two years ago:

5. My article sharing posts that boost people's self-esteem has struggled to be one of my best performers. Perhaps sharing it was SelfGrowth readers will give it the push it needs:

6. People seemed surprised you could conduct a TikTok MP3 download ethically and for free. Here's how:

7. My posts explaining free downloader methods perform okay at Google. Here's an article explaining how to download images and videos from Pinterest for free:

8. 19,000 people each month search for cursed text generator methods. My post ranks on the bottom of Page 1 in Position 9:

9. Although this post has Instasize video in the title, there are actually more than 8 video editing tools reviewed:

10. People post videos on social media. Do you need an editor? Here are 10:

11. I love both Reddit and Quora. Check out which one I think is better:

12. Do you need tools to make Instagram posts? Here are 17 free tools:

Wrapping Up
I hope you enjoyed my trip down memory lane for today's version of Flashback Friday: So Social.

Consider using these tools and methods to boost your social media success.

Author's Bio: 

Janice Wald is the founder of and co-founder of the Mostly Blogging Academy. She is an ebook author, blogger, blogging coach, blogging judge, freelance writer, and speaker. She won the Best Internet Marketer Award and the Best Blogger Award at the 2021 Infinity Blog Awards. Wald was also nominated as 2019 Best Internet Marketer by the Infinity Blog Awards and in 2017 as the Most Informative Blogger by the London Bloggers Bash. She’s been featured on Small Business Trends, the Huffington Post, and Lifehack.