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Transcript of Social Networking
17 out of 24 sites (71%) have more female than male users.
Most male-dominated site? Slashdot (87% males) Hacker News (77% males) and Stack Overflow (76% males).
The more tech-focused sites have more male users than female.
Most female-dominated site? Pinterest (79% females) followed by Goodreads (70% females) and Blogger (66% females). 55% of Twitter users are 35 or older.
63% of Pinterest users are 35 or older.
65% of Facebook users are 35 or older. Not just for the young! Facebook and Twitter have the same gender distribution: 40% male, 60% female. Each site has a different gender distribution Career Fields How did Social Networking start & How did it change? Here to stay? blogger social media specialist online community manager brand manager social media marketing manager Yes. As the internet & technology expands so will social networking.
What do you think? Social Networking Basic Elements Social Networking Types Social Connections- used for building social connections
examples: Facebook, Twitter & Myspace
Multimedia Sharing- sharing video & photography online
examples: Youtube & Flickr
Professional- career related growth
examples: LinkedIn, Classroom 2.0, Nurse Connect
Educational- students to student collaboration
examples: The Student Room & eLearners
examples: Oh my Bloom & Sport shouting Pop Culture & Social Networking Social Networking has had many effects on pop culture today. One way is because almost all celebrities are on some form of social networking causing the fans to feel as though they really know who them. Another reason is that it adds to another way celebrity gossip is past instead of just by magazines and TV shows. Pros!
Spread information faster than any other media.
Allow people to make new friends & improve relationships.
Help employers find employees.
Helps people keep in touch w/ family & friends living further away.
Law enforcement uses social networking to catch criminals . Cons! False information can be spread
Lack of privacy
Hacking/ Identity theft
No in person communication
Offline relationship problems
"We don't have a choice whether we DO social media, the question is how well we do it."
-Erik Qualman Social networking has affected our society and influenced today's generation. Attention, Attraction, Affinity, Audience and Action 5 A's Social AFFINITY is generally defined as marriage to ideas, ideals and causes shared by a community of people and is often cause-related or issue oriented. An ACTION is brought on as a result of previous stimuli. Our mind and emotions are designed to react, or take action, based on prompts. Nearly everyone is chasing, participating in or presenting to an AUDIENCE. An audience may range in size from a couple of people to millions, and you may call them ‘followers,’ ‘connections’ or ‘friends’ within your preferred social networks. The content that gets your ATTENTION is the content that makes you think. Attention is anything that catches the intended audiences interest. Conclusion In conclusion social media has changed the way our society communicates. It can be used by anyone. It has created jobs and even brought some distant family members closer together. Overall social networking has changed our society and our current generation. An ATTRACTION is wanting something you feel you need to have. Usually caused by many different types of advertisements.