Kik – Just like internetlovingteen said, it’s rated 17+ for a reason. It’s absolutely not for kids. WhatsApp – Heard of it, but never used it. Group Me – Never heard of it. Instagram – Relatively safe, however, it does have some explicit content. Tumblr – There’s some pornographic content on it, but you can search for certain things you like, so it’s relatively safe if you don’t wander into the explicit sections of it. Twitter – Relatively safe as long as you set it to private. Has some swearing. Musical.ly – Relatively safe, however, some songs have swearing and/or explicit content. YouNow – Never heard of it. Periscope – Heard of it, but never used it. Live.ly – Never heard of it. Burn Note – Never heard of it. Snapchat – A bit difficult to use and can potentially have explicit content. Would not recommend for kids. Whisper – Can potentially have NSFW content and things like suicide, self-harm, and drugs. Not for kids. Also rated 17+ for a reason. Yik Yak – Heard of it, but never used it. MeetMe – Not for kids. Omegle – Not for kids. Tinder – Can have explicit and sexual content. It’s generally used for hook-ups instead of long-term dating relationships. Do not let kids on this app.
Happy Social Media Day from all of us at Mashable. This year marks the fifth-annual global celebration, and it’s gearing up to be one of the largest yet, with hundreds of events around the world, many of which are bringing hundreds and sometimes thou…
Snapchat is a messaging app that lets users put a time limit on the pictures and videos they send before they disappear. Most teens use the app to share goofy or embarrassing photos without the risk of them going public. However, there are lots of opportunities to use it in other ways.
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Much of what is produced at Vayner, in fact, looks like a digital version of the kind of work ad agencies have produced for decades. The company’s employees include dozens of “micro content producers,” who make images and videos for clients, using Photoshop and other programs. Zach Lansdale, a senior art director who oversees content producers, was at his desk one day in late October, creating GIFs for Furby, a brand of electronic doll sold by Hasbro.
It took a little too long for Twitter to deliver an iPhone app. In fact, Twitter never really did. Instead, the company bought popular app Tweetie and built upon its platform (though it’s likely that whatever Tweetie code existed is long since gone). Today, the native Twitter client app’s utility and importance is undeniable. Having a dedicated app that Twitter could focus on and promote helped Twitter, for a time, experience almost meteoric growth. With its tabbed interface and sharp aqua design, it’s a rich app that highlights the best Twitter has to offer, while it makes it easy to discover the service’s newest features (hey, look at those Moments!). Twitter is now struggling to grow its user base, but there’s no question that little aqua bird and the iPhone have helped each other fly high.
In fact, 18 of the 20 years she has been alive have ranked among the warmest ever recorded. But through those two decades, the United States has not moved much closer to doing anything about the underlying problem: human-caused climate change. Maybe 20-year-olds can help.
Hi JHart! As a fellow teen I’m here to advocte and encourage to usage of social media for your 14 year old daughter. I personally had a very monitored Facebook since I was 10 (mainly since I lived overseas to contact other family members). When I was 13, I was introduced to Instagram. Since then, I’ve used it to update my friends on my whereabouts (since I’m still constantly traveling) and keep up to date on their whereabouts. If you are concerned about your teen’s safety on Instagram, here are some tips I’ve learned: 1) Only use your first name as your “real name”. Instagram doesn’t require you to put both names. 2) Careful what you put in the bio (it’s always going to be public). I have some attributes about me (World traveller. Foodie. Dog Lover) and a cute quote and some emojis on mine. Nothing too specific about me. 3) My account is set on private. 4) I do not share Instagram photos with the location turned on unless I know I will be going back to that place for a while (ex. you’re day at disneyworld or something). 5) My Instagram profile picture uses a cheesy, but cute filter. The profile picture doesn’t matter too much since people cannot click and make it bigger like they can in say Kik. 6) Your username should not be your full name. Mine is my first name and then something else. I personally do not really see any other difficulties that could go along with the app as seeing it’s a photo uploading and viewing media. Instagram has made lots of effort in taking out spam accounts and there is little to inappropriate material (atleast I haven’t seen much- especially lately, in my 2 years of using the app). Anyways, I hope I helped!
Using social media in marketing does more than improve site traffic and help businesses reach more customers; it provides a valuable venue for better understanding and learning from your target audiences.
Facebook is still a social network, certainly. The company is quick to point out that, while many of its users now mostly share and engage with articles, photos, and videos produced elsewhere, there are still a vast number who use the site to socialize. And Facebook isn’t about to push them to do otherwise.
Social media can be used not only as public relations and direct marketing tools but also as communication channels targeting very specific audiences with social media influencers and social media personalities and as effective customer engagement tools. Technologies predating social media, such as broadcast TV and newspapers can also provide advertisers with a fairly targeted audience, given that an ad placed during a sports game broadcast or in the sports section of a newspaper is likely to be read by sports fans. However, social media websites can target niche markets even more precisely. Using digital tools such as Google Adsense, advertisers can target their ads to very specific demographics, such as people who are interested in social entrepreneurship, political activism associated with a particular political party, or video gaming. Google Adsense does this by looking for keywords in social media user’s online posts and comments. It would be hard for a TV station or paper-based newspaper to provide ads that are this targeted (though not impossible, as can be seen with “special issue” sections on niche issues, which newspapers can use to sell targeted ads).
Reporter Paul Ronzheimer recently used Periscope to document his journey with a group of Syrian refugees from Greece to Germany. ‘In Germany we have been having a big discussion about the intensity of media coverage of this story. But on Periscope, everybody could see it was live,’ he told The Guardian. ‘It happened. No one was cutting it, no one was putting a two- or three-minute piece together after we filmed it. And for Germans, it was really good to understand the problems the refugees have been facing.’
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This photo-sharing social media site, which is available in more than 20 languages, is ideal for users’ daily dose of inspiration or motivation. It enables users to view and share highly inspirational images with their friends.
“Webster’s dictionary defines digital marketing as… nope, not going to do that. For me digital marketing is any way that we, as marketers, use digital media to influence users. Whether that’s the free stuff – search, social, etc. – or the paid stuff – PPC, display advertising, social ads, in game advertising, etc. across all available technologies and platforms. The real trick to effective digital marketing is using the right platform / technology / tactic to reach the audience that will buy your product / read your articles / engage with your content.”
This is an excellent movie. I rented and watched it before buying it–no complaints. I’ve read that the story is only about 40 % true and that’s OK, it’s still an entertaining movie. I’m actually writing this review to let potential buyers know that the description of this collector’s edition is a bit misleading. The “two hour documentary” is simply a lot of footage of the actors and director and others in the process of rehearsal, shoots, etc. with NO narrative, no subtitles and very poor sound quality at times. There are a few short interviews of the main actors interspersed, but it’s somewhat “unwatchable.” I was disappointed since my idea of a documentary is something which informs the viewer. I was looking for something about how the movie got made–the process that filmmakers often talk about in special features regarding the writing, casting etc. Now, it may be that those tidbits are included in one or both of the commentaries, which I haven’t watched as of this writing. I am very curious to know how they came up with this script and whether or not permission was needed to portray this story etc. I think the title of this “documentary” is what makes it most misleading since it’s called: How did they ever make a movie of Facebook. Well it shows them “making it” but doesn’t actually explain how DID they do it in terms of access to the info about these legal cases and the entire story of Mark Zuckerberg. I’m not particularly sophisticated about using the internet to research since I’m a baby boomer, born in 1955 who had to go to the library to do research (back in the dark ages, lol) so perhaps anyone can find all this info that was included here. I’m not clear. I read Wiki and it’s great but I’m not ever absolutely certain how accurate it is.
Skyrock is a French social networking site that offers its users a free and personal web space to create and post blogs, add profiles and exchange messages. Apart from French and English, it is also available in five other languages.
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Think of regular media as a one-way street where you can read a newspaper or listen to a report on television, but you have very limited ability to give your thoughts on the matter. Social media, on the other hand, is a two-way street that gives you the ability to communicate too.
…friends and relatives abroad—took to social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook in search of information on those missing in the wake of the catastrophe. Feeds from these sites also assisted aid organizations in constructing maps of the areas affected and in determining where to channel resources. The many…
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2. Facebook Insights — Pages Manager includes several condensed reports about reach, engagement and fan growth. This lets you see how your content is performing while you’re at a conference, or on the road. Simply click the Insights icon at the bottom of page to access Facebook Insights.
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Fantastic list! Though it does focus on a lot of mainstream social media sites. Maybe you should do another list for new social media sites that are up and coming in 2017, like http://themusicsite.com/
Criticisms of social media range from criticisms of the ease of use of specific platforms and their capabilities, disparity of information available, issues with trustworthiness and reliability of information presented, the impact of social media use on an individual’s concentration, ownership of media content, and the meaning of interactions created by social media. Although some social media platforms offer users the opportunity to cross-post simultaneously, some social network platforms have been criticized for poor interoperability between platforms, which leads to the creation of information silos, viz. isolated pockets of data contained in one social media platform. However, it is also argued that social media have positive effects such as allowing the democratization of the Internet while also allowing individuals to advertise themselves and form friendships. Others have noted that the term “social” cannot account for technological features of a platform alone, hence the level of sociability should be determined by the actual performances of its users. There has been a dramatic decrease in face-to-face interactions as more and more social media platforms have been introduced with the threat of cyber-bullying and online sexual predators being more prevalent. Social media may expose children to images of alcohol, tobacco, and sexual behaviors[relevant? – discuss]. In regards to cyber-bullying, it has been proven that individuals who have no experience with cyber-bullying often have a better well-being than individuals who have been bullied online.
Social capital represents the extent to which social media affects firms’ and organizations’ relationships with society and the degree to which the organizations’ use of social media increases corporate social-performance capabilities.
How do you feel when people comment on your social media posts? Awesome, right? A comment is or some form of engagement is usually a sign that people love your social media content. And it’s important to reciprocate and respond to these interactions. But at the same time, engaging with your followers can be time-consuming. […]
Anecdotally, I’m emblematic of Facebook’s problem. I’m far from the paranoid sort, and I don’t think the company is evil, or even particularly unscrupulous, as multinational corporations go. Yet I stopped sharing anything too personal on Facebook years ago. And when I had a baby, I was surprised to find myself heeding the advice of a Slate column that had struck me as slightly hysterical when it was first published in 2013: “Why I Post Nothing—Nothing—About Our Kid Online.”