Social Media is beyond socializing. It is for connecting and interacting. And who do you connect with? Those you follow. Who you choose to follow on Twitter or befriend on Facebook will vary over time. Your interests could change over time. People change too. … More Social Media: Who to Follow and Why?
The power of social media can not be overestimated, but while we review its effects on teenagers, the use is becoming more dangerous for teenagers. The numerous disadvantages of social media are taking a toll on the mental health of many individuals and if each individual does not learn, it will cause more harm than good. … More Understanding the Relationship Between Depression and Social Media
I joined Facebook in June 2011 and the joy of having an account was freaking me. After that day, I remembered I spent my weekends on Facebook Messenger because my friends were online. Towards the end of that year, another social media which is no longer in existence today came in vogue and it was … More Social Media and Its Effects on Teenagers: Cyber Bullying and Impersonation
Social media, as a networking tool, is the new hiring and networking method. Many professionals and employers look to social media platforms to verify potential employees, and social handles are now employment application requirements. Post, like, comment on and share what you would like people to see about you. Would the hiring manager of that company you’ve been seeking to intern seek to employ you based on the content of your timeline? … More Social Media is Beyond Just Socializing
The social media is a tool that has gained a large ground in the current world. But it is when you use it properly, you can be developed properly. … More 5 Benefits of Social Media
Social stress can result from relationships with people either around you, on the internet or your social environment.
You need to draw a line on what you want to see, say and do on social media. You don’t have to take everything you see on social media seriously. … More How to Cope with Social Stress
Research has shown that the average teenager around the world spends not less than two hours using social media daily. You in particular know that you spend more than two hours daily. You see, one of the feature of social media is that it is user generated i.e the users are the ones who generate content. Once you follow a certain person, you cease to control what pops up in your feed. The only decision you have to make is who you follow… … More Who Do you Follow on Social Media?
We didn’t get it right with radio, neither did we get it with television, Social media is probably one of our last chances to get it right as Christians and we must explore it to the full. We would be doing ourselves a great deal of harm by ignoring by a platform that can reach more souls than our church buildings can. The goal is to go into all of the world and that we must do. … More Social Media and the Gospel: #HallelujahChallenge as a Case Study
Pre-dominant use of the social media can limit your ability to communicate properly in physical terms, and while we are not asking teenagers to give up totally on social media, we are asking for a balance; a balance between social media and the physical communication… … More Social media, Social skills, and Teenagers