In this modern age of social media, users have obtained a slight obsession over the idea of something new to play with and share on. Nowadays, if a social is not providing that mysterious thing that everyone is craving, users—specifically younger users—are quick to move onto the next big thing.
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Ever notice how the ads on your Facebook feed seem to be disturbingly accurate? As if Facebook can actually listen to your conversations about the dress you have been wanting from that one store or the supplement you just recommended to your friend?
Social media is used daily and has become a passion for many people. Receiving likes on a post and gaining followers is a way to gain a form of validation without having to outright ask people.
A great many of social media users are made up by the younger generations. Those born within Generation Z have consumed the digital universe, and have never experienced a world without it.
Since the dawn of social media times, everyone has been granted a special power: the ability to like a post. Receiving “likes”, or, if you are a visual person, the thumbs up and/ or heart button, brings a sense of joy and acceptance.
Despite the numerous memes of Mark Zuckerberg’s hearing with U.S. privacy regulators to explain Facebook’s use of their users’ private data and who has access to it, the public’s concern in the matter seemed to have only lasted a couple of days.
Nothing sets the world aflame like a social media outage. As a society, we have been socially groomed to depend on our socials (irony intended).
The American Independence Day holiday celebrates a freedom movement remembered around the world. In keeping with that tradition, we at Emenator are choosing July 4th—Independence Day—to announce our FREEdom Forever rollout.
Recently, the 5th season of Netflix’s critically acclaimed series “Black Mirror” was made available. Regardless of what you thought about this season, the second episode provided a thought-provoking glimpse into the operations of a fictional social media giant.
We could very well be witnessing the beginning of the end of the dominance that Facebook has had on social media now for over a decade.