The Nielsen Wire study states that over the past few years, statistics on the growth of social media usage have been shown. Obviously we know that social media usage rises every year (from the turn of the 21st century). It is conceivable that all media are used by social media and social networking. The Nielsen Wire study report included current statistics and graphs for the "social media phenomenon" for visual information processors. This resource is identified because I can personally and easily understand the visual report. (See commentary at the end of the article to refer to the study report.)
The phenomenon of social media can not be seen as a "new thing." Google, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and other sites are long enough for a whole generation of people to know nothing, except for such tools as communication media. This is an increasing part of the generation's workplace. This generation decides how the workplace works and how we communicate in the workplace. The generations born and born in 1985 will be in decision-making positions before we know if they are not already in their own business. If you prefer decision-makers as "just influencing" then the pace of change in the job will indeed turn out
Changes in the workplace include balancing and implementing better utilization of social networks rather than just asking "Use these tools?" One of the most important benefits of social networking tools is the expanded "social" aspect.
Society is different from the person born in 1990 as a person born in 1950 but is the same. Too many articles and blogs note social media and social media Social Networks Neglect: Let's Look at the Social Networks' Positive Elements in Social Networks
1. Increased "Social": People are easier and easier to interconnect with social networking tools.For people with self-esteem and those who think they are themselves "social falflowe rs "or" introverts ", connectivity with social networking people helps them escape through the keyboard or keyboard. There are more connections, no less. We create more communities in a wider circle. These communities provide more support, greater assistance in times of need, and more instant news and information that we are doing (or not) with a more conscious decision-making society. More "I" turned out. Some people say that this is a negative development in the context of publicizing and personalizing the Internet. On the positive side, however, we strive to reveal more honest emotions to each other online than personally. When we release the "stuff" inside us, which is tense and tense, we experience a better health. We are establishing closer relationships that create a stronger social support structure. However, it is worth recognizing that too much information (or too personal for the public to make the Internet personal), fairness, personal security and organizational security must be a delicate balance. There is a lot of honesty in the world. When we do the revelations of our own self, we must do it wisely.
3rd Greater knowledge of languages is required. Personal communication includes several components of messaging: the words we use, our vocal version, our body language, our movement and positioning, our facial expressions, our listening skills, etc. In social media, we use words, emoticons, and just have a webcam with our visual signal or microphone, the audio signals (which we are writing from here). Other elements of effective interpersonal communication are missing – including instant feedback and response. Therefore, our ability to choose and use words needs to be improved in order to make up for missing other signs. We need to know better about our language skills.
The term "interpersonal" implies that socially, it is more fairly honest and safer and more effective to use the language. Social networks, if they are effectively used and handled, allow us to practice our interpersonal communication skills in a laser-specific way. Our challenge is not behind social networks, but we use them to initiate personal interactions … positively and safely.
(NOTE: Read the full Nielsen Wire study report on blog.nielsen.com/ nielsenwire / global / led-by-facebook-twitter-global-time on-social-media-sites-up-over 82 yearly /)
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