Now,… the anticipation for this election has been higher than ever with a number of issues — North Korea, the economy, jobs or so on…. facing the nation. But how do you really measure election fever among the voting public? Lee Unshin has more. What better way to really feel the excitement of election day than to take a peek at social media in Korea, one of the most wired countries in the world? School’s out, work’s off, so people have time to vote. When they get to their local polling station, voters get a stamp on their hands once they turn in their ballot, as a sign of their participation. Pictures of the stamps are trending now on sites like Facebook and Instagram… in posts by people of all ages, from college students to people much older and with more gray hair. As for the trending hashtags on Twitter today… You guessed it — expressions like “Vote now,” “I voted” or “Done” are burning up the site as we speak. And people aren’t just saying it with words and pictures, they’re also posting cartoons and short movies created by popular local artists… that encourage citizens to vote. Celebrities are also joining the fun. Their websites show everything from light-hearted photos of them posing in front of polling stations, to more serious messages like: “You don’t vote, you don’t complain,” meant to convey the importance of voicing their opinion by voting. With so much excitement coming from all around the country, it seems the results are going to be just as widely discussed among voters tomorrow in what could be the next social media trend. Lee Unshin, Arirang News. Visit Arirang News Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
Top Social Media Sites
Most Popular Social Media Sites of Business Marketing http://www.tradeford.com/photos/best-social-media-sites-of-business-marketing_p10.html Due to the increasing use of internet and the popularity of social media sites, the definition, practice and ways of marketing has changed a lot. The best social media websites include Facebook, Google Plus, LinkedIn, Twitter and others.
Build a Social Network – Mark Bowness
Listen to the whole episode at https://www.thrivinglaunch.com/build-social-network-mark-bowness/ Building a social network can 10x the profit of your business, but the focus should not be about selling. It should be on how you can provide value so people see you as a thought leader. Positioning yourself as a thought leader changes the world in your own way. You can grow and build a movement of people that are passionate with what you are doing. Mark Bowness, one of the masters at building tribes, shares how you can be a thought leader by creating Facebook groups which will result in generating as many leads and will exponentially grow your business. Key Takeaways: Learn the biggest mistake that business owners make Know the Pillars of Thought Leader Mastery Understand why Facebook pages are dead unless you pay to boost a status. Know why you should start creating a Facebook group. Learn how to personally brand yourself so your audience can find your Facebook group Understand how Facebook Search Graph is a powerful marketing and research tool Know how you can get engagement from group membersLearn how you can attract media attention Database is the key. Focus on how you can build your database Must Have Resources: Join Mark Bowness Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/iworkinpersonaldevelopment/ 30 Days To Kickstart Your Life Change Book by Mark Bowness http://amzn.to/2zoKmnU Get A Virtual Assistant (Hire an amazing team overseas) http://store.onlinejobs.ph/?aid=70418 Thriving Launch School Create and sell your own online course https://thrivinglaunchschool.com/optin-13070964 Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCChbqdVd11UybtZsgaPKwOQ?sub_confirmation=1 Listen to the whole episode at: https://www.thrivinglaunch.com/build-social-network-mark-bowness/
Top Apps For Social Media | Edits, Inspo, Free Stuff!
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The Social Network (2010) – A Billion Dollars – Scene #07
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Social Networking starting to become dangerous
What are social networks, and how do they work? Each network is made up of nodes, all connected together in cyberspace and to a central hub. It is rather like a map with roads leading to and from all the different nodes. The individual members who join the network are the ‘nodes’ interconnecting with one another for the purposes of shared interests, business or just for socialising. Perhaps you wonder how social networking started. As soon as people grasped the fact that the world wide web brought to them almost any kind of information available, they began to wonder how to share this info with their friends. Where there is a need, there comes a solution. Social networking emerged because there was a need for it. To start with, there were two kinds of online social linking. Chat rooms and exchanging and linking of email addresses. This was fairly satisfactory when it came to one on one communication, but it took organised, linked personal pages to open people to large numbers of contacts. Possibly one of the biggest breakthroughs is the development of user profiles. This way people’s friends could recognise and link up with them, and new friends could find out a little about them and decide whether they would like to befriend them. In past times, in small rural communities, or even city neighborhoods where people formed social groups, outlets for friendship and meeting new people were plenty. Social networking in those times were usually limited to the areas you could reasonably expect to be within reach. Today, people are on the go. More and more people are finding themselves isolated amid the ever-changing and moving populations around us. How to keep in touch with friends and family far away? How to meet new people? How to share experiences and ideas? Within the privacy of your own social networking page, you can see all the activities and news of all your network friends with the minimum of effort. Scroll up and down a bit and you know exactly what is going on. You also often have the option of video chat and web chat. Generally you also have the freedom of choice to admit or exclude strangers into your page. You can also post comments, news, videos and photos onto the pages of those friends who have granted you entry to their pages. The general estimate is that there are more than 200 social networking sites running at present, each with its own slant on what they believe people want to communicate about. There seems to be a growing tendency to specialise in order to draw people with common interests together. For instance, specialist cooking and gardening and automobile networks, animal and pet networks and networks for lonely people looking for new friendships, partners or even just sex. Whatever people are interested in, there are social networks for them to share and express themselves. Many of the larger social networks that cater for general interest socialising also provide links to specialist sites, such as job seeking, health, or any amount of other useful information. A huge new field of academic research has opened up concerning social networking. In the old days most people were confined to friendships in geographical areas where they lived close enough together to communicate easily. All this has changed, and a close friend on the other side of the world is just a mouse click away. Constant research is being done, both for sociological reasons as well as simply for business purposes: to get the recognition and to attract more and more users. Providing what people want is always the key to success. Success indeed is what some sites have had. Chunks of Facebook sold for mind boggling sums has left at least some of the co-founders billionaires.
[Facebook Developer Tutorial] Laravel 5.2 PHP Build a social network – Input Validation
[Facebook Developer Tutorial] Laravel 5.2 PHP Build a social network – Input Validation. Build a complete Social Network Web Application with PHP Laravel. In this video we’ll add some input validation to make sure that only valid forms are submitted to our controller. Complete source code: https://github.com/mschwarzmueller/laravel-basics-youtube Complete Laravel-course on Udemy: https://www.udemy.com/modern-web-development-with-laravel/?couponCode=YOUTUBE1 (Coupon: YOUTUBE1) In this course we’ll build a neat little social network and cover the basics of developing with Laravel. If you feel like doing so, please subscribe, like and share this course! All feedback is highly appreciated! Also check out my other videos on https://www.youtube.com/c/mindspacetutorials Visit me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindspacechannel/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/maxedapps. SUBSCRIBE for more videos!
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HPD Joins New Neighborhood Social Media Program 2013 10 08, MD)
Houston Police Chief Charles A. McClelland, Jr. and Nextdoor Co-Founder and CEO Nirav Tolia announced HPD’s participation in Nextdoor, a private social network for neighborhoods, which facilitates a virtual neighborhood watch program. Nextdoor is a free social network for residents and the police department. Each Houston neighborhood has the option of its own private Nextdoor neighborhood website, accessible only to residents of that neighborhood. Residents can use their website to get to know their neighbors, ask questions and exchange information about neighborhood watch and safety issues, and much more.