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Transcript: social media Debra A. Card Computer Literacy 103 Erteza Abdulla June 12, 2011 Relevant Social Media Statistics for 2011 1. Over 50% of the world’s population is under 30-years-old 2. In 10 years over 40% of the Fortune 500 will no longer be here 3. Social Media has overtaken porn as the #1 activity on the Web 4. Facebook tops Google for weekly traffic in the U.S. 5. 1 in 5 couples meet online; 3 in 5 gay couples meet online 6. 1 in 5 divorces are blamed on Facebook 7. What happens in Vegas stays on YouTube, Flickr, Twitter, Facebook… 8. 2009 US Department of Education study revealed that on average, online students out performed those receiving face-to-face instruction 9. If Facebook were a country it would be the world’s 3rd largest and 2x the size of the U.S. population 10. 80% of companies use social media for recruitment; % of these using LinkedIn 95% By Erik Qualman | June 7, 2011 Sources of Social Media Statistics: 1. Source:http://www.census.gov/cgi-bin/brokerhttp://www.census.gov/ipc/www/idb/worldpopinfo.php [roughly 52% based on table data] | 2010 U.S. 310,232,863 | 2010 World 6,814,609,654 | 30 and under: 3,548,760,268 / 6,814,609,654 = 52% http://sasweb.ssd.census.gov/idb/worldpopinfo.html 2. Babson Olin School of Business Advertisement, Fast Company April 2011, page 121. 40% of companies at top of fortune 500 rankings were no longer there in 2010 3. Source: Huffington Post 4. Source: Hitwise Intelligence Heather Dougherty http://weblogs.hitwise.com/heather-dougherty/2010/03/facebook_reaches_top_ranking_i.html 5. Michael J. Rosenfeld, Stanford University* and Reuben J. Thomas, The City College of New York; Meeting Online: The Rise of the Internet as a Social Intermediary,Page 46, http://news.stanford.edu/news/2010/february8/rosenfeld-online-dating-02112010.htmlhttp://www.stanford.edu/~mrosenfe/Rosenfeld_How_Couples_Meet_Working_Paper.pdf; Via: Adam Gorlik, “Forget Cupid. Online connections have valentines falling in love, Stanford researcher says,” Stanford University News, http://news.stanford.edu/news/2010/february8/rosenfeld-online-dating-02112010.html; 1 out of 5 is also supported by Match.com Blog: http://blog.match.com/2010/05/17/stay-up-to-date-introducing-the-official-match-com-blog/ 6. Tony Cooper, “One in Five U.S. Divorces Fueled by Facebook, Social Media, Recent survey by AAML shows Facebook-related antics, extramarital activity burgeoning,” San Diego News, http://www.sandiego.com/news/one-in-five-u.s.-divorces-fueled-by-facebook-social-media 7. Opinion, not a statistic 8. Source: U.S. Department of Education Study 9. Facebook and world population data 10. Source: Jobvite Social Recruitment Survey

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Transcript: 1 m 2 p b Important Social Networking Sites By: Melissa Ramsaran CS12 Y g X Early Systems include; CompuServe, Bulletin Board Systems (BBS), AOL, and Prodigy. CompuServe was founded in the 60's as the first major online service provider. Bulletin Board Systems was a way to send simple messages. AOL to this day has 20 million active users. Website based systems include; GeoCities, theGlobe, and Tripod. GeoCities is part of Yahoo. Early Profile based systems include; Classmates, MySpace. Classmates was a way to reconnect with old college classmates. MySpace was a way to keep in touch with friends and family as well as make new friends. History of online based social networking history Facebook was founded by Mark Zuckerberg in 2004. It is a social media site, used to stay in touch with friends and family Twitter was founded by jack dorsey in 2006 as a social media platform to keep up with important issues. Linkedin was founded by Reid Hoffman and his team in 2002. Linkedin is a professional site used to find jobs and connect with like mined people. Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin To create an account for Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin one needs an email address and that is all. It helps to have a phone that way one could better secure their account. However, all one needs is a computer with internet access and an email address. A person will need to user either their real name or a nickname and create a password to access their account. Steps to create an account How to create an account The steps to log onto your social networking site is pretty simple. One will need to remember their user name and password. In some cases your user name is your email address, this is how Linkedin works. If one forgets their user name or password they can reset it by typing in their email or phone number. How to log onto your social networking site How to log onto your social networking site There are many pros to online social networking. Some of these pros are; keeping in touch with friends and family that live far away. A major pro of sites such as Linkedin is the ability to connect with people in your profession who can help you further into your career. Social networking has professional advantages as well as social advantages. Another pro is for small businesses, they can advertise on sites like Twitter and Facebook. Pro's of online social networking Pros There are however, cons when it comes to online social networking sites. For one, they can damage a persons professional image. For example, a person post something controversial on their Facebook page thinking nothing of it, however it can hurt their job. Many employers look through employees social networks to make sure they are keeping it professional. I however believe the pros outweigh the cons when it comes to online social networking sites. Cons of online social networking sites. Cons

Social Networking Presentation

Transcript: Social Networking Facebook has more than 800 million active users. More than 350 current users are active through their wireless devices. Twitter now has 105,779,710 registered users. New users are signing up at the rate of 300,000 per day. 180 million unique visitors come to the site every month. 75% of Twitter traffic comes from outside Twitter.com (i.e. via third party applications.) Twitter gets a total of 3 billion requests a day via its API. Twitter users are, in total, tweeting an average of 55 million tweets a day. Twitter's search engine receives around 600 million search queries per day. Of Twitter's active users, 37 percent use their phone to tweet. Over half of all tweets (60 percent) come from third party applications. Twitter itself has grown: in the past year alone, it has grown from 25 to 175 employees. Twitter has over 100 million global active users, half of those logging in every day Mobile usage is over 40% quarter-on-quarter for the last few quarters The company is currently valued at roughly US$ 8 billion Twitter signups have increased threefold since the integration into iOS 5 The company may never hop on the IPO train 300 million accounts 110 million monthly active users In the UK it is as common to have a MySpace page as it is a dog 14 Billion comments on the site 20 Billion mails on the site total 50 Million mails per day (more than Yahoo, Hotmail, or Google) 10 Billion friend relationships 1.5 Billion images 8 Million images being uploaded per day 60,000 new videos being upload to MySpaceTV each day More than 8 million artists and bands on MySpace Music 185 Million Registered Users 50.2% Female / 49.8% Male Primary Age Demo: 14 – 34 Over the last 5 months, had between 39 and 45 Billion page views per month. The second biggest site was Yahoo around 35 Billion. MSN, Google, Ebay and Facebook are all way behind with under 15 Billion. 350,000 new registrations each day 1 Billion total images on the site, 80 Terabytes of space, 150,000 requests per second Millions of new images/day 25 Million Songs, 142 Terabytes of space, 250,000 concurrent streams With Videos, 60 Terabytes of storage, 15,000 concurrent streams, 60,000 new videos / day 4.5 Million people on site on any one time 7 Datacenters 6000 web servers 650 ad servers 250 database servers 70,000 megabits per second bandwith (I run over 20 sites, some considered “large” and I don’t go above 2 mb/s 80% ASP.NET, 20% Coldfusion

Social Networking Presentation

Transcript: Instagram Is a Social Network that anyone can share photos of anything and everyone. It is easy & free to get an account on Instagram. Facebook BY: Leanna Galaviz All the different types of Social Networks: Dating Websites Facebook Twitter E-mail YouTube IM Instagram Dating Websites Outline/Overview I will be talking about all the different types of Social Network Websites and what you can do in each one. Is where people can write little messages about whats going on in the world or just about general things. You can also share photos. IM allows people to use an Internet chat conversation to relay information back & forth in real time. You can watch many diffrent videos that people put up. Anyone can put videos up in YouTube all you need is an account. Its free to start an account on YouTube all you need is a e-mail account. Instagram Easy and free to start an account for any Social Network cite. You can get on Social Networks anywhere and at any time through your phone, computer, ipad so its easy to log on. Its free to get an e-mail account Its very easy to contact people over the internet for business or personal reasons. You can send messages and attachments to people through email. Twitter IM Keep in touch with Friends && Family members who might live far away. Meet new Friends Share photos with your friends It lets us keep in touch with friends and family over the Internet when our lifes are to busy to see them when we would like to. Why we love Social Networks? Email Christian Dating website E Harmony Easy to meet spouses through Social Networking When you have no time to go out because you are buzy you can just get online and start meeting new people. Social Networking YouTube Why Social Networks makes our lifes easier?

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