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Defining Social Media

COMM 552 - Talan

Amanda Zimmerman

on 11 September 2014

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Transcript of Defining Social Media

Defining Social Media
Collaborative projects enable the joint and simultaneous creation of content by many users.
The main objective of content communities is the sharing of media content between users. Almost always the content is created and generated by users themselves.
Applications that enable users to connect by creating personal information profiles, inviting friends and colleagues to have access to those profiles, and sending emails and instant messages between each other.
Social Games & Gaming
Social games can apply to anything involving more than player. Could be online games connected by Facebook, to mobile games played on phones, to plugging into a multiplayer console game all the way up to Massively Multiplayer Online Games where hundreds of thousands of people are playing.
Companies and organizations are starting to use social network functionality for internal processes, productivity and communication. These internal social networks have a high level of engagement similar to external social media networks.
Based Partly on "Users of the World, Unite! The Challenges and Opportunities of Social Media."
Scott' Talan's 7 Species of Social Media
Blogs are usually managed by one person only, but provide the possibility of interaction with others though the addition of comments.
Crowdsourcing seeks services, monies, ideas and/or content by asking people for contributions. These individuals are not officially associated, or even known, by the person/organization asking for help. The call for assistance is made online and (usually) open to anyone.
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