Social Media and Facebook
Social media has a great impact on firms, individuals, and society as a whole. It can be an advertising opportunity for firms but can also allow for people to submit bad reviews on the company’s personal profile page where everyone can see. Individuals are able to connect with their friends, family, and coworkers on social media websites such as Facebook and Myspace. They can easily find their friends from high school or even elementary school as well as possible family they have never met or even knew about! As individuals are concerned with privacy, sometimes we are skeptical with creating a social personal profile and allowing other individuals to view our personal views, opinions, and information. Society involves people around the world, communities, and individual groups connecting with each other via social media websites. Society can also use social media websites for involving political debates, company politics, religion, and numerous different topics that would be very difficult to do with any other source. Two popular media websites that involve society include Facebook and Twitter. Individuals can create a following on Twitter that can involve almost any view on a subject, whether it is a group of coffee drinkers talking about different types of coffee shops and coffee brands to a Nazi group conversing about Nazi ideals, which actually did happen recently but was fortunately taken down by Twitter. Cnet News posted an article about Mark Zuckerberg, creator of Facebook, designing a new social interaction called Graph Search. This new design basically allows users to search for specific relations of the user’s friends. For example, if someone wanted to search within their friends list about who went surfing this past summer, the list will provide pictures and details about friends that went posted photos or commented about surfing in the summer. I believe this to be a pretty neat idea and I’m sure I could come up with...
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