Facebook is under fire from all directions. Business investors are losing confidence. Governments are threatening legislation. Users are engaging less. We could be witnessing the beginning of the end of Facebook. Or we could be watching the emergence of a new style social network. Either way, there are huge implications.
Your credibility on social media could be harmed by how you use the network. Retweets, for instance, are bad…!
Twitter prediction that UK will vote to leave the EU could be surprisingly accurate.
People tend to share for three reasons and the most common reason for sharing is one that most businesses do not get involved with. Time for a change?
Unfriending on Facebook is unlikely if the person is popular. Even if they post negative and abusive things, popularity outweighs negativity.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has been linked to the use of social networks. Can your online activity actually cause you social media stress?
Your social media activity merely reinforces your own ideas and thinking. So, for businesses, that actually means social media is tough. Really tough.
The widespread use of social media by businesses could be leading them in the wrong direction. Social networks are biased and do not represent all.
You need to create tougher boundaries between your personal, private and your public information online. Internet Privacy is a significant concern these days.
Social media can cause stress. Overload of information and poor systems cause symptoms.