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Tag: social media

Sep 01
10 positive effects of social media

Some positive effects of social media on students is to maintain relationships with friends and family, work together on projects, access educational materials, get job advice, connect with mentors, create their own personal brand, keep up with current events, improve their digital literacy skills, learn about other cultures, and have fun. When utilised appropriately, social […]

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Jul 06
Negative effects of social media on students

In this growing era of social media in teenagers and students, it is necessary to know whether social media does more positive or negative to mental health. According to a report on students almost 95% of teens have smartphones, and about 75% of teens are on various social networking sites and, about 85% are on YouTube. Here […]

  • College Life
Jun 21
10 Positive Impacts of Social Media on Youth

Positive impacts refer to the beneficial effects or outcomes that result from a particular action, event, or policy. These impacts can be significant and far-reaching, and can affect individuals, communities, and even entire societies. Here are some examples of positive impacts: Introduction Wellspring of Learning and Teaching Spares Time Develops Self-Confidence Gives teenagers a voice […]

Dec 05

We all know how social media has left an impact on our lives. While the number of social media users increased extensively during the past few years, some of us also find ourselves completely exhausted after the increased screen time. If you do a Google search, it will give you a list of famous personalities […]

Nov 29
Social Media: Bridge or Barrier to Education

Let me ask you a few questions to find out if you have fallen prey to social media: When was the last time you uploaded a picture on Facebook, Instagram, or any other site? When was the last time you clicked a real trending picture with all the beauty apps available?When was the last you […]

Nov 01
12 Negative effects of social media on youth

Web-based media use has regularly brought about a significant level of uneasiness and stress. The young people generally contrast themselves and their companions via online media and see insufficiencies on the off chance that others are better at something which influences their life. It is one of the primary ills of the web-based media due to the secrecy it offers. It expands the danger of brutality, sex misuse, and dangers that can bring about profound passionate scars. It has durable impacts that are helped through to adulthood. The freedom of thinking…

Oct 21
How to Become Youtuber and earn Good Money

YouTubing is one of today’s most exciting and emerging careers. It’s an environment that offers tremendous potential for growth and other advantages such as job flexibility, ability to interact, opportunities to showcase your imagination, and popularity. Although this may not be a full-time job choice right off the field, you can do so like the […]

Oct 20
Is social validation the new mental peace?

Social validation is not something new to our lives. We have been a part and a consumer of social validation in accordance with our needs and timings. If you are a user of the internet, you have been a victim of this sought of validation already. When we are daily users of the internet and […]

Oct 18
Impacts of social media on body shaming

Web-based media's case of a larger size model isn't a hundred percent precise.

Oct 12
All you need to know about Social media marketing

Social media marketing uses social media pulpits to unite with your audience to establish and strengthen your brand, boost sales, and drive website traffic. This involves promulgating excellent content on your social media profiles, listening to and engaging your followers, analyzing your results, and running social media advertisements. Social media has matured far beyond being […]

Oct 09
Social media

In this article, we will look at various aspects of social media. Social media: Boon Or Bane? What comes to your mind when you hear “Social media”? Instagram, Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter and many such sites right? Since the last decade, social media platforms have been spread like a forest fire. It is the way of […]

Oct 07
FOMO: Fear of Missing Out

WHAT IS FOMO? FOMO stands for Fear of Missing Out. It is a real phenomenon and one of the most extensive unfortunate consequences of social media. FOMO is a kind of anxiety or fear and a feeling or perception that happens when a person is scared of missing out on a good experience that someone […]

Oct 07
Should Internet Anonymity be allowed?

The anonymity of the web is irksome and a debatable issue. Anonymous profiles via web-based media have unquestionably given a voice to the voiceless; it has produced ideas beyond the creative mind; however, the web’s secrecy can have surprisingly more terrible repercussions given that currently, fake rumors can be a lot effectively spread with the […]

Oct 03
Social Media And Suicide Among Teenagers

Web-based media and self-destruction is a generally new marvel, which concerns online media's impact on self-destruction related conduct. Self-destruction is a main source of death around the world: roughly 1.54 million individuals will kick the bucket from self-destruction in the year 2020, as indicated by the World Health Organization. Suicide has been distinguished as an individual wonder, yet additionally as being impacted by social and natural factors. Additionally, there is expanding proof that the Internet and web-based media can impact self-destruction related behavior. As the web turns out to be more…

Oct 03
Social Media And Student Life

This article is about the use of social media among students. It discusses the various features and impacts of social media and spreads awareness about its usage and addiction. As per a review directed by Pew Research in 2018, Facebook and YouTube rule the web-based media scene, as outstanding dominant parts of U.S. grown-ups utilize every one of these destinations. Simultaneously, more youthful Americans (particularly those ages 18 to 24) stand apart for grasping an assortment of stages and utilizing them often. Some 78% of 18 - 24-year-old youths use Snapchat,…

Oct 01
How to avoid being cyberbullied

What is cyber bullying? Cyberbullying is any kind of bullying carried out through electronic media devices using digital technologies. Unlike face-to-face bullying, it can be challenging to find cyberbullying in action because everything here happens behind the screen. It can occur on social media, messaging platforms, gaming platforms, and mobile phones. It is a recurred […]

Sep 26
Social Media Rules

Social media was developed to unite like-minded individuals – those blended with personal and professional interests, generate job opportunities, marketing the resources, sharing and learning information, ideas, and knowledge in numerous ways across the globe. But with increasing digitalization and globalization, all it takes is one click to finish one’s life. The adverse effects of […]