Social Media Presentation Final

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A Power Point Presentation on Social Media

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  • 1. Social Media A Conversation

2. Traditional Media Methods 3. Social Media Methods 4. Who is online? 5. Overall Teens Use of SN Devices 6. Teens and Adults Use of SN 7. Social Networking Sites WhatSocial Networking Sites Do You Use? 8. Social Networking Sites 20 million users 40 million users 12 million users 50 million users 1.5 million users 32 million users 90 million users ?? users 117 million users 34 Thousand users 9. Meeting Online 10. Teens Use of SN 11. Adults Use of SN 12. Adults Use of SN Profiles 13. 14.

  • The proportion of adults who create or work on a website (either a personal site, or someone elses) has remained consistent over the last two years.
  • Fourteen percent of online adults maintain a personal webpage (unchanged from the 14% who did so in December 2007), while 15% work on the web pages of others (also unchanged from the 13% who did so in December 2007).

Adults Use of Personal Web Sites 15. Patterns of People Involved in Groups 16.

  • Social media activities are associated with several beneficial social activities, including having discussion networks that are more likely to contain people from different backgrounds. For instance, frequent internet users, and those who maintain a blog are much more likely to confide in someone who is of another race.
  • Those who share photos online are more likely to report that they discuss important matters with someone who is a member of another political party.

Social Medias Impact on Diversity 17. Social Media Quotes

  • The bigger problem is the lack of critical thinking in the Information Age. What is presented online may not be correct, but interpreted as such by the reader.Richard Forno,Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
  • In 2020 there is unlikely to be a list of classic tweets and blog posts that every student and educated citizen should have read. This is not a form of lasting communication.Gene Spafford , Purdue University CERIAS, Association for Computing Machinery U.S. Public Policy Council
  • The internet will drive a clear and probably irreversible shift from written media to visual media. Expressing ideas in the future will just as likely involve creating a simulation as writing an expository essay.Anthony Townsend,research director, Institute for the Future

18. Social Media Quotes

  • We are currently transitioning from reading mainly on paper to reading mainly on screens. As we do so, most of us read MORE, in terms of quantity (word count), but more promiscuously and in shorter intervals and with less dedication.
  • As these habits take root, they corrupt our willingness to commit to long texts, as found in books or essays. We will be less patient and less able to concentrate on long-form texts. This will result in a resurgence of short-form texts and story-telling, in Haiku-culture replacing book-culture.Andreas Kluth,writer, Economist magazine

19. Social Media Quotes

  • It's clear NOW that the internet has enhanced and improved reading, writing, and the rendering of knowledge. You have to know how to read, it encourages writing, and people can exchange knowledge.
  • Don't confuse this with the business models behind serious publishing, encyclopedias, and universities. The future of books is tied into whether there is a social/business model that supports writing for intellectual content rather than as marketing brochures or advertising-bait.Seth Finkelstein,author of the Infothought blog, writer and programmer

20. Social Media Quotes

  • This mode of instantaneous communication must inevitably become an instrument of immense power, to be wielded for good or for evil, as it shall be properly or improperly directed."

SamuelF.B. Morse in a letter toFrancis O.J. Smith in 1838 about thefuture of the telegraph 21.

  • Peoples mobile phone use outpaces their use of landline phones as a primary method of staying in touch with their closest family and friends, but face-to-face contact still trumps all other methods.
  • On average in a typical year, people have in-person contact with their core network ties on about 210 days; they have mobile-phone contact on 195 days of the year; landline phone contact on 125 days; text-messaging contact on the mobile phone 125 days; email contact 72 days; instant messaging contact 55 days; contact via social networking websites 39 days; and contact via letters or cards on 8 days.

How People Communicate 22. Teens Use of Cell/Landline PhonesLandline phones are also important in teens' daily lives,with 32% of teens saying they use them to make calls on a daily basis. 23. Teens Use of Cell Phones 24. Wycliffes RM i-Phone App 25.

  • Use of text messaging by teens has increased since 2006, both in overall likelihood of use and in frequency of use. In 2006, 51% of all teens, regardless of cell phone ownership, had ever sent a text message, while 58% had done so by 2008.
  • Similarly, daily use of text messaging is also up, from 27% of teens using text messaging daily in 2006 to 38% texting daily in 2008.

Teens Use of Text Messaging 26. Teens Use of Blogging 27. Adults Use of Blogging 28. Teens Use of Twitter 29. Adults Use of Twitter 30. Social Media Overview

  • Current impact on recruitment.
  • Current impact on recruits.
  • Future impact on recruits.
  • Future impact on recruitment.

31. Small Group Discussion(15)/Reports(5)

  • What social networks (SN) do you use?
  • What top SNs work best for your recruitment
  • work and why did you chose them?
  • How have you used these sites effectively?
  • What SN advice would you give others?
  • What would you like to know about SN-ing?

32. Questions???