Social Media Revolution

We all use social media in our everyday lives, but do you ever stop to wonder just how integrated it is within that life it actually is? Or how impactive social media can be, a power for good, for the not so good and for anything you turn your hand to …

Here are some scary statistics to get your head around.

15 thoughts on “Social Media Revolution

  1. Social media isn’t a fad but there are fads within it. People seem to grow more comfortable with it each year, experimenting with it and such. Everyone was predicting that Facebook would go the way of MySpace after a few years but I think Facebook has proven that prediction wrong!

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    1. Facebook has definitely proven them wrong, though I think a lot of people are unsettled within Facebook due to the changes that keep happening, but no one wants to leave because there isn’t a social network similar enough to match it.

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  2. Wow, that’s eye-opening, isn’t it?! I’m going to share this at school with my fellow teachers. I’ve been a huge advocate of the “Bring Your Own Device” campaign in the district . . . we need to change with the times, whether we like it or not!

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    1. I’d love to know what your fellow teachers said about this because the statistics are really overwhelming. It’s part of our everyday lives but we just don’t realise how much until we see something like this.

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