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A comparison of several networks including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, YouTube and more.

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Social networks

  1. 1. What are they, and how dowe use them?Social Networks
  2. 2. What is a social network? Any assembly of 2 or more people witha common interest or need Offline: Can be a church, civicorganization, class Online: Connected via technology,seemingly endless possibilities
  3. 3. Today’s presentationcompares: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest Instagram YouTube Google plus Blogs
  4. 4. Facebook Informal Posts, friends, likes Good for stories, pictures,communications Gives insight into your life
  5. 5. Twitter Tweets limited to 140 characters Can be personal or professional Allows networking among similar interests Allows individual audiences for tweets Includes “hash tags” which performspecialized search of tweets and “lists”which lets you follow relevant people.
  6. 6. LinkedIn Job and Industry related Good for looking for jobs, researchingcompanies Networking Includes “groups” where you can commentwith others who have similar professionalinterests Gives you an opportunity to become an“expert”
  7. 7. Pinterest Informal, photo based Easy to share links, photos, websites Allows you to find others with similarinterests Create boards with specific topics Boards can be public, allow forrepinning by others
  8. 8. Instagram Informal, photo based Limits photos to a square shape Includes “hashtags” sharing content Takes ordinary photo and makes itdazzling Can easily share photos throughFacebook or Twitter as well as ownInstagram account
  9. 9. YouTube Online videos, usually 10 min or less inlength Easy to search and share on the site Free to upload and store videos withaccount Can follow others with commoninterests
  10. 10. Google Plus Posts can be sent to limited audienceusing “circles” Easy integration with other Googlebased products Includes hangouts, which allow forvideo conferences for up to 10 users,as well as On Air, which allowsunlimited viewers and archiving
  11. 11. Blogs Online journaling Best way to promote your strengths toan audience Dynamic, allows for comments andeasy updates Can provide subscriptions sonotifications can be sent with newposts
  12. 12. Bottom line on social networks There are many, many social networks Identify your needs and interests, andfind the network which helps you tocommunicate this Maintain separate identities fordifferent networks Separate public from private life
  13. 13. For more information, contact me:mprine@sdccd.edu

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