Social media and Twitter go hand-in-hand as two of the leading lights in the world of Web 2.0. Both offer excellent opportunities to build relationships, share advice and help bring the online world together in a way that many non-users could fail to grasp. Lately, however, there’s been a growing trend of “me too” malaise creeping in. Is this the start of the social aspect of social media taking a downward turn?
As social media continues to grow in popularity, the main names in it are gaining wider recognition. From people to applications and beyond, social media is now as big a part of everyday language as traditional media sources. In this ongoing A-Z of Social Media series, I’ll look at the new online stars. First up is TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington.
Social media and blogging go hand in hand. From the early days of both mediums to their incredible growth, popularity and importance in today’s web world, it’s almost impossible to think of a time before blogging or social media. So why are some of the people “on the inside” complaining about it so much?