HOW IT WORKS

Each person can analyze their own social network profile, or they can analyze their friends’, using the guidance of the Sonepran Analysis Method.

After clicking on the Get Started Now button,  you will see a disclaimer followed by an instructions page. Then you should follow the flow of a form that will be enabled for you to complete: You should answer a set of Yes, No, or N-A (No Applicable) questions based on the contents which are posted on the Social Network Profile you have chosen to analyze. This means that you should be going back and forth in order to complete the form. Once you get the analysis result, which is given automatically right after you finish filling out the form, you can share it with your friends by either posting it on their Facebook wall or sending it as a private message via email.

Description of Sonepran Analysis Forms:
  • Each form can be made of up to 8
  • The forms are not permanent. They are changed several times during the week.
  • Each form focuses on a different set of personality features. Each question aims at identifying a specific type of personality feature.
  • The maximum number of personality features that can be given in a single analysis result is 8.
  • The minimum number of personality features that can be given in a single analysis result is 0 (this may happen if the analyst selects the “Not Applicable” answer option for all the questions.)

 

This means that each person can analyze their friends’ Social Network Profiles, or their own, several times because of two different scenarios:

The types of contents of the Social Network Profile are the same, but the form used to analyze it is different.

The form used to analyze the Social Network Profile is the same, but the types of contents posted on it are now different.

The first scenario will be quite common since the analysis form will be different at different days. For this reason each analysis is not a complete analysis since it only covers a few set of features. Different analyses should be tried to get a wider description of the profile.

The second scenario is currently less common.  It only takes place when, for some personal reason, people decide to delete certain types of contents from their Social Network Profiles, and then they upload and share different types of information. This type of change in the contents shared on the Social Network Profiles may be made consciously or unconsciously by the owner of the profile.

Sonepran, in this regard, may help people consciously decide change the type of contents they share on their Social Network Profile: if the person pays attention to the analysis questions and the analysis results, they will be likely to reach awareness of the virtual image they are projecting. So, they will want to stop sharing some types of contents and start posting others, which describe better who they are, or the change they are going through. Please notice that if people process the analysis effect the right way, their concern will not be to pretend but to become authentic and assertive. They will be indeed wanting to change any real life behavior which is superficial, and by becoming authentic, they will also want to reflect it so.

Through the Sonepran Analysis Method, Social Network users can analyze either their friends’ Social Network Profiles or their own profiles.

Despite the fact that all Social Network Profiles qualify for the Sonepran Analysis (there are no special requirements they should meet to be eligible for the Sonepran Analysis Method), it is important to highlight that there are some profiles that are richer in information than other ones since their users work them a lot: they post a lot of pictures and they have written widely on their walls. Therefore, the more information a Social Network Profile has, the better it is for the analysis.
Regarding which are the social networks whose profiles can be analyzed, currently the analysis service is only available for Facebook, but in the near future it will be enabled for other social networks such as Twitter, Google+, etc.

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All public contents posted on a social network profile, such as pictures and comments, should be analyzed.

Please note that this type of analysis is strictly on personality features projected on a virtual environment, not a real one. Let’s remember that the nature of a Social Network Profile is to share information about yourself with other people, mainly friends of you in real life, but you can also do it with other people you meet on the web. That information you share is the one that your friends will analyze through the Sonepran Analysis Method.