First Social Media Platform
“Where do I suppose to share my status?” This is probably what many people people ask.
Sharing status has never been easy like in our time when technology really advancing so quickly. People can share their thoughts easily. In a matter of seconds, they can reach millions of people from around the world. Just imagine that.
People are emotional and social being. They like sharing ideas with their friends. They like people to know what they do or what they’re thinking about. Socializing has changed a lot. Long time ago, you have to go out meet with other people when you wanted to make friends. But in our time, it is just a matter of click and you will have an instant friend. Not a physically (not in person) but virtually. Thus, social media become popular.
In 2000, Facebook was not created. The most popular social media platform was Friendster where people can virtually make friends with other people from the other end of world. People could share photos, ideas, or even play games with someone online. Friendster was the leading social media site but as the time pass by, Friendster disappeared when Facebook and other social media website begun to evolve.
Proper channeling of our status
After Facebook become popular and other social media website come in the surface, people asks, “where should I post my status?” “Should I really post my status?”
Well, let me share to you this chart to guide you where to post your status and when to share your status. This is adapted from http://belkismarketing.com.
In this chart, you will see how to properly channel your massage. There are things that we should not share to others even to our boss or parents.
I hope this helps you. Thank you.