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.
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Facebook and Instagram DOWN: Social media users despair as two major sites knocked offline. Facebook and Instagram, two of the largest social networks in the world, have both been knocked offline, in what appears to be a major outage. Both services started experiencing issues at around 16:00 BST, according to independent website DownDetector, which tracks major network outages. Users in the South of England and East Coast of America appear to be the worst affected, although problems were also reported elsewhere in Europe and the United States.
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How To Simplify Your Social Media Marketing Strategies Social media marketing strategies can get incredibly complicated. There always seems to be so much to do and so little time. However, there are ways to keep it simple once you know how. 1. Know your niche. The niche research you did when you first started your business should have revealed your people’s interests, pain points, problems, and spending limits. If youre not sure, do some research. Above all, find out where they spend their leisure time on the Internet and target those sites. Theres no point in banging away on a social network if the ideal customer in your niche isnt hanging out there. 2. Brainstorm hot content. Hot content is the kind of content that will appeal to those in your niche. As you do your niche research, you will probably see the same questions coming up repeatedly. Make a list of them and create content that answers these questions. Be sure to create paid products that do as well. Free products lead to paid products. 3. Leverage the content you create. Make every piece of content you create work hard for you. One of the best ways to do it is to put it into more than one format. For example, your content could be an article, top-10 list, or a PowerPoint deck. Your deck could become a video on YouTube which you would then embed on your site. You could also share the deck at popular sharing sites like SlideShare, owned by LinkedIn, which has very convenient sharing buttons for all of the major social networks. 4. Create a publishing schedule. Once you leverage your content, schedule it. You obviously cant publish leveraged content on the same topic back to back, but you can use your blog scheduler to set the date and time in advance and, for example, publish one each month for several months. Make video your priority, though, to build up a robust YouTube channel full of interesting content that will gain followers. If you are working alone, create your own calendar and follow it. The plugin Editorial Calendar for WordPress is incredibly useful. If you are working in a team, set up a shared calendar to make sure something of value is being published regularly. 5. Use automated tools. WordPress has a range of plugins that will create share buttons so people can just click to share on the social networks. In addition, they have plugins that will announce your new content on your social sites automatically, such as WordTwit for creating a link to your content on Twitter. Then there are specific tools that will allow you to schedule posts in advance, such as Buffer, which will link with a number of different networks, and ViralWoot, which allows you to schedule Pinterest pins in advance. These tools have both free and paid levels, so you have nothing to lose by trying them out and seeing how useful they are. If they make your publishing on the social networks easier, the cost will more than pay for itself in terms of the amount of time you will save. 6. Make an appointment with social for 1 hour each day. Social media can devour your time if youre not careful, so block out 2 appointments of 30 minutes each, morning and evening, so you minimize the danger of getting distracted and wasting hours wandering around in an unfocused manner. 7. Outsource Once you get things organized, outsource the work to a reliable virtual assistant. Draft in your teen or neighbor and free up your time to build your business in other ways. SHARE, LIKE & SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE FREE STUFF *****************************************************
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