As our consumers view our pins and re-pin them our brand is exposed to new consumers as well as untapped markets. Facebook is a social app that allows us to easily reward our consumers for their loyalty and friendliness. If they choose to get the Facebook Places app they will be able to share with their friends about where they are and show that our brand is good and trustworthy. Without trust and interaction between the brand and consumers the brand cannot grow. The best way to gain that interaction is through social
In Josh Roses’: How social media is having a positive impact on our culture, in Current Issues Page.612. Josh states, “I recently asked the question to my face book friends: “Twitter, Face book, Foursquare … is all of this making you feel closer to the people or farther away?” There would be a lot different responses because some people might agree and say that it does bring me closer to people and other might say no, it keeps us farther away from people of our age. I see people intertwining with the use of social media in and out on a daily basis to keep up with life. The use of social media technology is also being used in the education world and is becoming increasingly more normal in classrooms all across our country. There are handful of benefits behind the use of social media in an educational system.
In contrast “likes” measures the number of likers or the size of the audience on Facebook. b) For Carmex, “engagement” is more likely to be important because “likes” can be obtain easily through contests and promotions but these people may not exactly be the fans of the Carmex product. Carmex
One key issue is the ease of finding people on these sites, on Facebook it is so much easier to locate someone you are looking for. Facbook also has more ways to share pictures and videos among friends. A key issue for Twitter is there is a maximum length of 140 characters that can be shared on one “Tweet”. Although these sites are both used for social media networking they are both utilized for different reasons. Twitter is known to be more a message board, and Facebook is full service information website among friends.
A wider variety of friends, from all over the world can easily be gained. Positive interactions can help build self-confidence. Dating sites such as eHarmony make dating a lot easier. Years ago, couples would pour out their emotions on love letters, phone calls, and in person. Today, the meaning of communication has completely changed.
Michael Nguyen/ Thach Nguyen GOVT 2305 – 73431 Professor Sharifian 2/9/2018 The Leaders and The Influence of Social Media During the decades, social media is becoming more popular and it is the tools which connect many people together. In addition, it helps people can catch up the new information, the life, the development of technique. However, many people do not know what harm it will leave and the consequences if they rely on it too much to show up their expression without thinking carefully. Especially, the political problems such cultural problems will affect seriously to the life if someone tried to forge something. First of all, social media such as facebook, twitter are the tools that help people to know the new information every day.
There are many pros and cons to social media, many of us like to see the positive side, where social media is able to spread word of an incoming disaster in minutes. Just as there are positives sides, there have to be negatives. It may be being pessimistic, but we cannot disagree
Because of this, there has been a massive effect on the amount of socialising between friends and family; using technology in online social messaging websites such as Bebo, MSN, Facebook and many more. Through these social messaging websites, more and more people can interact with their friends and family all over the world. An expert professor David Crystal has supported the idea of web-based messages and disagrees with the view that slang and contractions leads to a lower English standard of language. Although this is a benefit to most people, it has been abused by some people by overusing it and different ‘language’ while typing, which cause differentiation in the way we speak and the way we write. The
Friends could share inspiring quotes or links to invaluable resources. Facebook also gave friends and family the opportunity to provide support and encouragement to sufferers but also ‘share’ useful links and information. The language primarily used on this platform was informal and casual, however, many of the links were formal and academic. While Facebook didn’t teach me many new facts about postnatal depression, there was a wide network of support offered. Pinterest – Pinterest was useful in learning about postnatal depression because it provided countless links to blogs and other information sources about the topic.
Or as Alex Wright asks in his essay, Friending, Ancient or Otherwise, “as we stretch the definition of a friend to encompass people we may never actually meet, will the strength of our real-world friendships grow diluted as we immerse ourselves in a lattice of hyperlinked ‘friends’?” (431) The answer is simple: No. There are a variety of different social networking sites and services that are very handy and entertaining. Instant messaging services such as AOL Instant Messenger and Yahoo Messenger allow you to chat with one or many of your friends at one time. Video chat services such as Skype or Oovoo allow you to have face-to-face conversations with one or multiple friends in a very personable way. Sites like Facebook and Myspace allow you to view profiles, exchange messages, share photos, make comments, and a do list of other activities.