The Importance Of Social Media

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In the early days many people didn’t used Social Media how they do today to express how they feel, they even paid less attention to how they wrote or if there facebook post was able to be clearly read. “Formal academic writing for an audience that seems both inscrutable and implacable can easily undermine our confidence. An opportunity to write more freely—with less anxiety about audience—can be a great reminder of our own writing ability (Explorations of Style, 2014).” Nowadays it’s looked at as okay as long as you are able to get your point across. So it doesn’t really matter if you spell out your mood especially since there are emoji’s to display your feeling. At the same time, “acronyms help speed up a real-time typed conversation. On…show more content…
“Social media has just recently started, even some could say it started in the 2000’s. It will be around for a very long time so it is important to know that you have to learn and keep up with all of the new phones or technologies and language that are being used worldwide. All the people will soon be speaking but nobody will speak the same way because people have different sayings even in their little groups, some might even say they have their own little language (Impact of Social Networks and technology on the English Language, 2016)”. The English language has always been evolving as the time has been passing but now in the very late 21st century, it has taken a very big leap in advance, and all of this is thanks to the modern technology. So many people use the phrase ““Google it” for example, this became such sensation that later it would be put in the biggest dictionary in the world, the Oxford English Dictionary in 2006. It means: (to conduct an internet search using a search engine). Lots of words have taken on a whole new meaning. Some time before, the word “wireless”(Is Social Networking Changing How We Write,…show more content…
Communications has evolved at times very quickly, and other times stayed relatively unaltered through decades.“Regardless of your age, people have no interest in being sold or convinced that they need what you sell or offer. They want knowledge of how what you are offering is going to make their life better. They don 't have much time either. Social media has the potential of reaching far beyond traditional means (The Draw of Instant Reactions in Online Communication, 2011)”. In the past, community was defined by what was within a three mile radius of your location. In other words, the majority of your customers were going to be those closest to your physical location. That is no longer the case."Community" is now described better by mindset. Who identifies with what you do, rather than where you do it. It is defined by lifestyle, attitudes and social awareness or even see an out-of-my-mind-about-dogs comment in a Facebook post for everyone to see. “It’s a win-win: Getting those in-the-moment photos or videos makes the person receiving them feel as if they’re part of the moment, and makes the one sharing them feel like they have something worth sharing. I don’t see it going away anytime soon so all you can do is embrace it (The Effects of Social Media on How We Speak and Write, 2014)” or
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