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  • 1. SOCIAL MEDIA  It is a means of interactions among people.  People create, share, exchange and comment the contents.  Done via virtual communities and networks.
  • 2. SOCIAL NETWORKING  Includes mobile and web-based technologies.  Create highly interactive platforms.  People can share, co create, discuss, and modify user-generated content.
  • 3. TYPES OF SOCIAL MEDIA  Collaborative projects - Wikipedia  Blogs - Blogger  Social networking sites - Facebook  Content communities - YouTube  Virtual worlds - Second Life
  • 4. YUU o Facebook is an online social networking service. o Facebook was founded on February 4, 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg . o Allows registered users to create profiles, upload photos and video, send messages and keep in touch with friends, family and colleagues. o At the end of January 2014, 1.23 billion users were active on the website every month
  • 5. Includes public features such as:  Marketplace - allows members to post, read and respond to classified ads.  Groups - allows members who have common interests to find each other and interact.  Events - allows members to publicize an event, invite guests and track who plans to attend.  Pages - allows members to create and promote a public page built around a specific topic.  Presence technology - allows members to see which contacts are online and chat.
  • 6. HOW TO CREATE YOUR OWN PROFILE www.facebook.com
  • 7. FIRST, GO TO WWW.FACEBOOK.COM. THEN, YOU WILL SEE BELOW SCREEN. After typing full name, email, password, select gender and birthday. Then click sign up.
  • 8. AFTER CLICKING SIGN UP, THE FACEBOOK WILL SEND YOU CONFIRMATION EMAIL
  • 9. CHECK YOU EMAIL AND CLICK THE LINK
  • 10. THEN, YOU WILL SEE BELOW SCREEN. TO MAKE A PROFILE, CLICK “PROFILE-EDIT” TAB
  • 11. TYPE YOUR INFORMATION FROM BASIC TAB TO WORK TAB. THEN, CLICK PICTURE TAB AND UPLOAD YOUR PICTURE.
  • 12. NOW, YOU HAVE CREATED YOUR OWN FACEBOOK PROFILE! Enjoy Facebook :o)
  • 13. ABOUT ‘WHATSAPP’ MESSENGER  A cross platform instant messaging subscription services for mobile phones and PCs.  WhatsApp Inc. was founded in 2009  Users can share each other images, video, and audio media messages and their location  Available for Google android, blackberry OS, apple iOS etc.
  • 14. MORE ABOUT ‘WHATSAPP’  As of November 10, 2013, WhatsApp had over 190 million monthly active users.  400 million photos are shared each day  Messaging system handles more than 10 billion messages each day  On February 19, 2014, Facebook Inc. announced it is acquiring WhatsApp Inc. for US$19 billion
  • 15. MOBILE SOCIAL MEDIA  Used by mobile devices.  Location and Time sensitivity.  Increase long term relationships.  Easily accessible.
  • 16. GROWTH  In 2012, social media,  Most powerful source for news update.  Increase in mobile social media.  Increase in business opportunities.  For marketing research.  Sales promotions.  Customer relationship development.
  • 17. DISTINCTION FROM OTHER MEDIA  Quality  Reach  Frequency  Usability  Immediacy  Permanence
  • 18. POSITIVE EFFECTS  Democratization of the internet.  Document memories.  Learn and explore things.  Advertise oneself.  Form friendships.  Private communications.
  • 19. CRITICISM OF SOCIAL MEDIA  Its Exclusiveness.  most sites do not allow the transfer of information from one to another.  Disparity of information available.  Issues with trustworthiness.  Reliability of information presented.  Ownership of media content.  Meaning of interactions created by social media.
  • 20. MANAGING SOCIAL MEDIA  Revealing identities.  Include disclosing information such as name, age, gender, profession and location.  Shaping constructive conversations.  Relationship of users.  Leads them to converse.  Share objects.  Meet up.  Or simply just list each other as a friend or fan.
  • 21. INTERNET USAGE EFFECTS  Time spent on social media in the U.S  Increased by 37%  88 billion minutes in July 2011 to 121 billions in July 2012.  FACEBOOK - most-visited social network.  Via PC (152.2 million visitors)  Via mobile apps (78.4 million users)  Via mobile web (74.3 million visitors)  In usage of Facebook, Australia ranks highest, with over 9 million users spending more than 9 hours per month on the site.
  • 22. INTERNET USAGE EFFECTS  As of May 2012 Facebook has 901 million users.  51% of people aged 25–34 used social networking in the offices.  One out of eight couples married in the U.S. last year met via social media.  YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world.  In four minutes and 26 seconds 100+ hours of video will be uploaded to YouTube.
  • 23. THANKING YOU