"Do you have Facebook?"
"Yes, of course, but I do not think you can find it because there are too many people with the same name as me." "Hey, he celebrated his birthday in the K-Box, right?"
"Bro, I saw your posts on the YouTube blog I posted on my blog and I'm glad that" Dancer Peacock Man "is also moving deep."
"Social networking" is almost everyday has become part of our lives and has been stuck in the past few years, like any other media such as newspapers, radio and television, but far more than sharing information and ideas Social networking tools such as Twitter, Facebook , Flickr and Blogs have created the idea of creating and exchanging ideas as quickly and wider as traditional media. Defining and controlling brand from companies and institutions to individuals and communities this is no longer the 5Cs (for example condominium, credit card and car) that the Singaporeans have once spoken. Today, the brand new CS: creativity, communication, relationship, new ideas and products, community of common interests, co-operation and game change.
In January 2010, InSites A Consulting conducted an online survey with 28,800 consumers from over 14 countries between the ages of 18 and 55 on social networks. More than 90% of the participants know at least 1 community site and 72% of the participants are at least 1 community network. On average, about 195 friends and 2 times a day sign up on social networking sites. However, 55% of users do not have access to social networking sites at their workplace. In the past, not many adults could make more than 500 friends, but with social media, either a child or a teenager can get to know more than 500 people in a couple of days by clicking on the mouse. Social media has devalued the traditional definition of 'friend' where it means trust, support, compatibility, etc. Although we recognize more people, we can not create a strong bond with any person we encountered with the time available. That is why there is a social trend of people with a wider range of people, but weaker relationships (people we do not know very well but who provide useful information and ideas to us).
Social media also influence people's buying behavior. The Digital Influence Group reported that 91 percent of people believe consumer reviews are # 1 support for buying decisions and 87 percent trust in a friend's recommendation in the view of critics. It is three times more likely to trust in expert opinions about advertising shopping decisions. 1 chat session affects your 200 TV ad. With the prevalence of social media, a number of novelties are associated with the most popular YouTube video that "Armless pianists have won the Chinese" Got Talent "web-aiding suicide issues (eg a New Jersey college student who is a sexual encounter with another person social networks make society better or worse than society? Social media's positive effects
In addition to having the ability to recognize many people quickly and easily, social services media also helped teenagers whose social or physical mobility limits their contacts and maintenance with their friends and families. 006] In 2008, President-elect Obama won the election through effective use of social media to reach the audience or millions of voters. The Obama campaign has generated and distributed large amounts of content and messages via email, SMS, social media platforms, and web pages. Obama and his campaign team have fully understood the basic social need that everyone shares – "we are". Therefore, the campaign sent the message "because it is about you" and has chosen the right media format for contact with individuals, calls for action, and has created a community for a social movement. They encouraged citizens to share their voices, hold discussions in the houses, and run their own campaign meetings. Indeed, he changed the transfer of political messages.
Obama campaign has created over 5 million "friends" on more than 15 community sites (3 million friends on Facebook) and has recorded nearly 2,000 YouTube videos that have been watched over 80 million times. MyBarackObama.com peaked with 8.5 million monthly visitors and made 400,000 blog posts. In order for people to find their content, the Obama campaign spent only $ 3.5 million in Google Search for October, $ 600,000 on Advertising.com, $ 467,000 on Facebook in 2008, and so on. Currently, Obama's Twitter account has nearly 6 million followers.
In 2010, following the earthquake in Haiti, many official lines of communication were reduced. The rest of the world could not understand the full picture of the situation. To facilitate the sharing of information and to fill the information gap, social media was very useful in getting information about what was happening and what kind of assistance was required from the affected area. Many people tweeted a stunning overview of the ongoing events of the earthquake. The BBC discovered the event by linking tweets to Matthew Price's work in Port-au-Prince on the ground. The Guardian Live Blog also used social media with information from other news organizations about rescue missions.
Two years have elapsed since CNN officially launched iReport as part of its site where people can upload video content, information. During the Haitian crisis, CNN has published a number of social media materials, but not all materials have been verified. Editorial staff took over the meaning of citizen journalists reporting them differently than the audited content. On Facebook, a group called the "Earthquake in Haiti" has been set up, which has distributed support and updates and news. It had more than 14,000 members and some users even referred to the help of the Haitians injured in the group. Emails, Twitter, and social networks such as Facebook, thousands of volunteers, as part of the Ushahidi project, are able to map out reports from Haiti.
The most impressive part of social media's influence in Haiti is charity text message donations that raised more than $ 10 million to Haiti victims. People interested in helping victims are encouraged to provide text, chime and support through various social sites. The Global Philantrop Group has also launched a campaign to ask rich people and celebrities such as Ben Stiller and John Legend to use Twitter and Facebook to encourage people's attention to UNICEF. An auxiliary worker, Saundra Schimmelpfennig, has authorized other aid recipients and donors to post their blog about charity support. In the meantime, donors raised questions about their favorite charitable donations and subsidies on Twitter, Facebook and blogs. After every crisis, the social media of social affairs becomes a more effective means of spreading the word. Negative Effects of Social Media
There are always two pages on each coin. Social media is just a tool or tool for people. It is still the user using this tool (just like a knife, helping to reduce food or harm others). The Pew Research Center's Internet and American Life Project and the Elon University of Imagining Internet Center study a study of the "Online Online Socialization Future", a highly participatory, diverse response from an online opt-in survey of 895 technology stakeholders and critics standing. The negative impacts raised by respondents include online robbery time spent on important personal relationships; the internet mostly supports shallow connections; the use of the Internet to link to social relations will make public personal information; the Internet allows people to behave silhouetted, limiting their exposure to new ideas; and the Internet is used to develop intolerance.
Some respondents also highlighted the emergence of new psychological and medical syndromes, which are "changes in depression caused by lack of valuable quality relationships" and "new society in the world". The term "Social Networking" has begun to fool users into thinking they are social beings. For example, using Farmville takes a few hours and conversation with friends does not become social skills at the same time. People become dependent on technology and forget how to socialize from face to face. The online personality of a person can be completely different from the offline character, causing chaos when the two people meet. Online dating is obvious when the couple first meet face-to-face. Their written profiles do not clearly indicate their real life. It is more tempting for people to write something that others want to hear than the truth.
In addition to "friendship", social networking sites and creators of users redefine the term "privacy" on the web. The challenge of data protection is to share data while protecting personal identification data. Almost all the information published on social media sites is permanent. If someone places web images or videos, they will be viral. When a user deletes the video from their social network, someone has retained it and then sent it to other sites, such as YouTube. People can upload photos and video files to social sites without thinking and files again in the worst possible time. In 2008, a group of students from ACJC made a video of a female student in birthdays, and another video of a SCDF recording "greeted" (closed with water and shoe polish) to a local fire station
In the corporate world, human resource managers can access Facebook or MySpace to get acquainted with the true colors of the candidate, especially if job seekers do not set their profile to private. Research has shown that almost half of employers rejected potential workers after finding material on Facebook. Some employers have examined candidates' online information on Facebook sites to make sure they are lying about their qualifications. Nowadays younger generations completely ignore their private lives, open doors to unwanted predators or stalkers.
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