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Copy of Social Networking Possibilities

Recognize the different types of social networks and their uses. Identify positive and negative uses for different social networks. Effectively use Prezi as a presentation tool.
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Lisa Schmidt

on 23 October 2012

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Transcript of Copy of Social Networking Possibilities

Social Networking Facebook/MySpace/Edmodo Networks most focused on the social and sharing aspects.
The goal of them is to connect people by giving them a place to blog, share photos and videos, and chat all in the same place.
Positive uses: Catching up with old friends and getting the word out for certain occurences
Negative uses: Cyber bullying, false identities, and strangers can look you up Source: Sorav, Jain. "40 Most Popular Social Networking Sites of the World." Social Media Today. N.p., 2012. Web. Mar. 2012. LinkedIn Networks focused on the professional business aspect of social media
The goal of it is to help business men and women find a job, discover sales leads, get letters of recommendation, and connect with potential business partners.
Positive uses: Provides certain applications to help with creating productive relations to get further ahead in your line of work
Negative uses: You must provide personal information in order to aquire an account

Sorav, Jain. "40 Most Popular Social Networking Sites of the World." Social Media Today. N.p., 2012. Web. Mar. 2012. Twitter Networks most focused on distributing information
The goal of it is to send out a mass message to certain contacts in an effort to replace bulk email.
Positive uses: Getting info out there quickly, can be sent to mobile phones, easy to use
Negative uses: People can make unnecessary posts and fill up your inbox Source: Sorav, Jain. "40 Most Popular Social Networking Sites of the World." Social Media Today. N.p., 2012. Web. Mar. 2012. eHarmony Network based on the long-term relationship aspect of social networking.
The goal of it is to match up men and women with their significant others for over the long term.
Positive uses: Helps people find the relationships they crave
Negative uses: Fake accounts that people make that ultimately upset those who are set up with them Source: Sorav, Jain. "40 Most Popular Social Networking Sites of the World." Social Media Today. N.p., 2012. Web. Mar. 2012. Links used: Flixster Network focused on sharing opinions, ratings of movies and videos, and sharing info on movies.
The goal of it is to make accessing information on movies easier, from reviews, to clips, to show times.
Positive uses: Easy access, sharing, viewing clips
Negative uses: Trashing films, throwing off ratings

Source:Sorav, Jain. "40 Most Popular Social Networking Sites of the World." Social Media Today. N.p., 2012. Web. Mar. 2012. Positive uses:
Share
Connect
Feed off others
Relationships Negative Uses:
Scams
Bullying
Fake Identities source: Facebook Logo. Digital image. Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Mar. 2012. Web. 23 Oct. 2012. Source: Twitter Logo. Digital image. Crowd Shifter. N.p., 2012. Web. Mar. 2012. EHarmony Logo. Digital image. User Logos. N.p., 4 May 2011. Web. Mar. 2012. Source: Flixter Logo. Digital image. Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 2012. Web. 23 Oct. 2012. Source: Linkedln Logo. Digital image. Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Mar. 2012. Web. 23 Oct. 2012
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