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  1. 10 Smart Reasons Celebrities Are Quitting Social Media

    There 4.33 billion social media users globally and mental anxiety does not discriminate.. SUBSCRIBE to ALUX: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNjPtOCvMrKY5eLwr_-7eUg?sub_confirmation=1 15 Reasons Why People Are GIVING UP On Social Media: https://youtu.be/gDgGV2CXqBw

    Have a look at our premium courses: https://courses.alux.com GOAL Mastery: https://www.alux.com/goals

    In this Alux.com video we will be answering the following questions: What celebrities have quit social media? Is it worth quitting social media? How are celebrities affected by social media? Who runs celebrities social media? Why do celebrities delete instagram posts? Why you should give up social media? What can I do instead of social media? Can we live without social media? Who is the most famous person on social media 2020? What are the negative effects of social media? How does social media affect mental health? Does deleting social media help with depression? What will happen if social media is gone? What are the pros and cons of deleting social media ?How long does social media withdrawal last? How can I stay connected without social media?

    00:00 - Intro 00:34 - The reality of true talent is taken away 01:27 - Mental Anxiety 02:34 - Account Hacking 03:03 - News Overload 03:43 - Inappropriate comments 04:27 - Not wanting to live …

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  2. Kenny Jahng of Liquid Church: Episode 100 | Leadership Network

    Kenny Jahng of Liquid Church: Episode 100

    Kenny Jahng, the Pastor of Media and Innovation at Liquid Church (Morristown, NJ), celebrates Episode 100 with Social Media Church podcast! Of course we have to have conversations about social media, how email is the killer app (according to Kenny Jahng), how traditional media and even the postal service are all useful channels of communications in this social media age, how Liquid Church’s Church Online strategy has changed, and more.

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    Show Notes for Social Media Church Episode 100 »

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    http://leadnet.org/kenny-jahng-of-liquid-church-episode-100/

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  3. Social Media Marketing

    'Social Media Marketing' is the start of a conversation about marketing communications using social media forms, including internet sites and mobile telecommunication sources. The book discusses the importance of data and analytics both in helping to monetize these media, and in improving the way that the owners of these media market themselves. Marketers wishing to communicate with customers, or potential customers via social media need to adopt a new set of skills and techniques to be effective. The need for dialogue and involvement, for engagement, is paramount. This book discusses solutions that allow marketers to target and measure their activities within social media.

    Alan Moore, Smlxl Ltd

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  4. Social Media Marketing

    'Social Media Marketing' is the start of a conversation about marketing communications using social media forms, including internet sites and mobile telecommunication sources. The book discusses the importance of data and analytics both in helping to monetize these media, and in improving the way that the owners of these media market themselves. Marketers wishing to communicate with customers, or potential customers via social media need to adopt a new set of skills and techniques to be effective. The need for dialogue and involvement, for engagement, is paramount. This book discusses solutions that allow marketers to target and measure their activities within social media.

    Alan Moore, Smlxl Ltd

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  5. Speaking Freely - Marshall McLuhan 4 Jan 1971, Public Broadcasting/N.E.T.

    "Where would you look for the message in an electric light?" Spend nearly an hour with University of Toronto professor of English, Marshall McLuhan, as he discusses electronic technology, transportation, and communications. Also probing the issues of acoustic and personal space, McLuhan expresses his thoughts about print media and where it's headed. Author of several books including The Medium is the Message, Canadian-born McLuhan was also director of the Center for Culture and Technology at the University of Toronto. Originally aired on PBS-TV, 4 January, 1971 at 8:00 p.m. (Philadelphia, PA area), McLuhan appeared on "Speaking Freely," hosted by NBC's Edwin Newman.

    Download the file. Take notes. Observe how current and relevant much of McLuhan's message is in today's Internet world.

    http://www.ubu.com/sound/mcluhan.html

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  6. Function \\ F11: Social Media, 20 Years Ago

    On Function, our focus is about how technology has influenced culture and communications, and nothing encompasses the intersection of these concepts more than social media. It's allowed us to express our innermost feelings, meet people that share our interests, and find community with others from all over the world.

    This week, we're doing something a little different. Anil sits down with some of the pioneers of the social web — Bruce Ableson (founder of Open Diary), Lisa Phillips (former senior system administrator at LiveJournal), and Andrew Smales (founder of Diaryland) — for an oral history about social media 20 years ago. What was the Web like in 1999? How did these websites begin, and what did the media think about them? How have the features of these networks influenced the Web that we know today, and can we get that old feeling back of the early social web?

    https://glitch.com/culture/function-episode-11/

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  7. How to free yourself from your smartphone – tech podcast | Technology | The Guardian

    Binky is a spoof social media app suggesting the real reason we use our phones has less to do with keeping in touch, and more to do with compulsive behaviour

    https://www.theguardian.com/technology/audio/2017/jun/30/how-to-free-yourself-from-your-smartphone-tech-podcast

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  8. Haley Veturis of Saddleback Church: Episode 85 » Social Media Church podcast

    Podcast: Download (Duration: 40:30 — 18.5MB)

    Haley Veturis is the Social Media Manager for Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California, with a dozen more locations around Orange County and internationally around the world too. On this episode of the Social Media Church podcast, Haley shares about how social media has made such a difference in her life personally and the amazing God-story of how she became the Social Media Manager at Saddleback Church, how she manages the a purpose-driven social media strategy for Saddleback Church, and her extra effort to help resource churches at large through Social Ecclesia.

    Show Notes

    Connect with Haley Veturis on Twitter @HaleyVeturis + on Instagram instagram.com/haleyveturis + about.me/haleyveturis

    #resource WeAPS promo calendar saddleback.com/weaps

    #article #EndOfAnEraForSocialMediaPioneers: Real life has intruded on three sisters who are stars on Twitter, Facebook and other online networking sites. (OC Register, May 2013)

    #event Social Ecclesia’s website socialecclesia.com - next micro-conference is June 5th in Griffin, Georgia

    #article Seven Reasons Your Church Needs a Social Media Director by Thom Rainer

     

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    http://socialmediachurch.net/2014/05/haley-veturis-of-saddleback-church-episode-85/

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  9. Episode 30: Social media must die! — our opinions are correct

    Social media has become one of the biggest problems of our time. How does science fiction deal with the rise of social networks—-and how is this different from the way the real-life news media talks about it? And what does the future look like after social media dies?

    Notes, citations, etc.

    Soci

    https://www.ouropinionsarecorrect.com/shownotes/2019/4/25/episode-30-social-media-must-die

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