|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|selfies gone wrong||0.84||0.7||2820||85|
|selfies of girl||1.12||0.6||7538||94|
|selfies narcissistic women||0.96||0.9||8201||21|
|selfies that show too much||0.99||0.7||568||85|
|selfies taken before death||0.77||0.8||1548||83|
|selfies boy oh boy||0.87||0.3||2822||24|
|selfies para imitar||1.03||0.1||3304||44|
|selfies taken before tragedy||0.02||0.2||5793||39|
|selfies and narcissism||1.43||0.7||46||85|
Psychology Behind Selfies. Studies suggest that taking too many selfies can be connected to narcissism and psychopathy. Self-objectification and Machiavellianism are also included in the dark side of the Selfie-fame.Is there self in selfies?
Hence it is unlikely that there is a self in selfies because the self of selfies, the self that constantly produces and reproduces itself as an image, is as occasional, as produced for the occasion or fleeting moment, and as flat as the images themselves tend to be.How do you take selfies?
Use your phone's back camera. Many cell phones have two cameras: one in the back, and one in the front. Instead of using the camera in the front to take selfies, use the one in the back. The back camera takes higher-resolution pictures than the front camera, which will end up taking a blurrier selfie.