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10 ways to create an engaging social media presence

As of this year, about 81% of the United States population uses at least one social media platform. That number is growing by roughly 5% per year. At this rate, 100% of the United States will have a social media profile on at least one platform by 2021.   Businesspeople searching for the ideal marketing[…]

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There are now over 3 billion social media users in the world — about 40 percent of the global population

There are now over 3 billion (!!!) people logging onto social media accounts around the world, meaning that almost half of the world’s population spends at least part of their day updating their status or story.  A new report compiled by Hootsuite and We Are Social and published by The Next Web found that there[…]

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Kylie Jenner’s new reality show is made worse and better by social media

Let’s rip off the Band-Aid and get to the bad news for fans of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.  If you were expecting Kylie Jenner’s new reality show to be anything like the hit E! series that has aired for nearly decade—look elsewhere.  SEE ALSO: The secret code of personal gain lurking in the Kardashians’[…]

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2017’s social media landscape in one stunning infographic

Social media, once the name we gave for a platform like Facebook, has become quite difficult to define. Even Facebook and Twitter don’t typically refer to themselves as social networks — at least not exclusively that.  A newly released infographic might just help us grasp the social media landscape: “The Conservation Prism 5.0.”  SEE ALSO:[…]

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2017’s social media landscape in one stunning infographic

Social media, once the name we gave for a platform like Facebook, has become quite difficult to define. Even Facebook and Twitter don’t typically refer to themselves as social networks — at least not exclusively that.  A newly released infographic might just help us grasp the social media landscape: “The Conservation Prism 5.0.”  SEE ALSO:[…]

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Want to become a social media celeb? There’s a college degree for that

Wanna become an Instagram star? Now, you can get a formal education for that. A university in China is offering courses that are meant to equip students with the skills they need for online fame. SEE ALSO: Instagram influencers are utter nonsense, and Fyre Fest proves it From make-up classes, catwalk practice to dance performances,[…]

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Boomer Phelps’ Instagram is the best thing about social media these days

If social media usage ever becomes an Olympic sport — which is truly not that unthinkable at the rate we’re moving — there will be but one participant worthy of a gold medal: Boomer Phelps. The one-year-old son of Olympic legend Michael Phelps and his wife, Nicole, first captured the hearts of America while cheering on[…]