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Social media: The future starts today
Transcript of Social media: The future starts today
The future starts today Social media 1 in 5 couples meet online,
3 out of 5 in the case of gay couples The oldest Encyclopedia has stopped its print version to concentrate on online 95% of the age group 13-18 years
is on Facebook e-learning students are most successful at university exams than traditional students Over 50% of Internet connections are done through a mobile device Several large companies prefer Twitter and Facebook for their customer service over telephone Welcome to 2012 Youtube is the No. 2 search engine
in the world Search rankings in Google will depend on a company's social media influence Social media is not about tools, it's about:
giving before taking
shifting perceptions of privacy
freedom of expression
Internet traffic predictions for 2012 Out of 500 web sites, only 1 is public, the rest are called the "dark web" 0,015% Les trois Web 0,015% Internet > web < social Social media in practice @avaltat
services education policy-making dissemination The web is dead. Long live the Internet. C. Anderson, Wired Magazine internal geolocation “When we change the way we communicate, we change society.”
C. Shirky, Here comes everybody Source: De la démocratie numérique, N. Vanbremeersch Source : CISCO “The future is already here; it's just not very evenly distributed.”
W. Gibson Source: Social Media Revolution 2012