A very nice and rewarding thing about using social media is getting in touch with a lot of people, some of whom we may know personally, many we usually don’t. It is very common for people to share news that make them feel happy and proud, e.g. a new client, a promotion, a graduation.
We all like to be praised. But if you also like to congratulate people and would love to be more creative in your comments, below you will find some useful suggestions:
Congratulations on your well-deserved success.
Heartfelt congratulations to you.
Warmest congratulations on your achievement.
Congratulations and best wishes for your next adventure!
So pleased to see you accomplishing great things.
I’m so happy for you.
You deserve this.
It couldn’t have come to a more deserving person.
This calls for celebrating! Congratulations!
Feeling so much joy for you today. What an impressive achievement!
I knew it was just a matter of time. Well done!
Great things happen to great people. Congratulations!
You are proof that good things come to good people.
Way to go!
Keep up the amazing work.
Simply overjoyed to hear your good news.
Sincere congratulations on your hard-earned success.
You’ve earned every bit of the success you’re enjoying.
Sending you heartfelt congratulations today and wishing you all the best.
Other useful terms:
Outstanding, Wonderful, Amazing, Impressive, Awesome, Beautiful, Great, Fantastic, Exceptional, Terrific, Tremendous
Creative, Gifted, Ingenious, Innovative, Original, Visionary
Unique, Extraordinary, Incomparable, unparalleled
Good show, Good for you, Good job, Great job, Nice work, Nice job, Well done, Well deserved.
Keep it up, Keep up the great work, Keep going.
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