Social media can cause stress. Overload of information and poor systems cause symptoms.
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Infographic showing 10 facts about social media and social networking
Many websites uses social media to attract visitors. But is it worth it? Social visitors tend to be less valuable to a business.
It’s becoming harder for businesses to get their content before consumers’ eyes on Facebook. Here are some tips to change that.
Use of social media mirrors your real world relationships. So if you want to be successful with a network, mix with more people who use it.
Consumers are predominantly using social media as a method to give positive feedback
Infographic Showing Social Media Demographics for Marketers
By understanding the risks and taking a few basic precautions and teaching vulnerable people about the dangers, you can help them enjoy the positive benefits of the internet safely
Short documentary film about social media and mental health, in particular the use of Facebook
Is the acceptance of technology and social media ultimately the key to ageing well?
LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and even Pinterest can benefit your next job search, alongside sites such as CCJM and Jobstoday
Most people who have a social network profile do not actually use that social network.
Study reveals that stress is contagious online. Seeing stress in others can make you more stressed.
Infographic Showing 10 Tips To Stop Wasting Time on Facebook
Infographic on The Psychology of Twitter
Most sharing is now done on Facebook with the other social sites seeing a significant drop in material shared in the past year.
Maintaining social networking relationships can be tough – unless you are humble, according to new research
Social networking might make you feel “dirty” which is holding businesses back from gaining the benefits of such activities.
Despite the good weather British children are spending less time outdoors than ever – because of their obsession with social media
How many online friends should you have? Research shows that the more you have the richer you could become.