HeyLets, a new social mobile app determined to help people share experiences without feeling social pressure to look cool or impress their friends, recently polled 2,500 Americans to rate the number of posts they typically make on potentially self-promotional topics on social media sites. The study found that California frequently engaged in self-promotion, with 77% of people posting about job promotions, exciting events, memorable experiences, and more, winning the title “most braggadocious” U.S. state. California was followed by Washington, Nevada, Maryland, and then New Hampshire. Utah received recognition as the “most humble” U.S. state, with Oregon, South Carolina, and Kansas close behind. HeyLets also asked respondents about the top five most popular topics they discuss on social media sites. These included going on a special trip, attending a memorable event, meeting a noteworthy person, and sharing something nice your significant other did. For more details on the study visit www.heylets.com.