You don't have a cell phone???

When I was in high school, social media was just coming out. Myspace was huge in junior high, but people didn't fully adopt social media until Facebook came out and became mainstream around 2008, my freshman year. Since then we have seen a myriad of platforms arise like, Reddit, Tumblr, Twitter, Pinterest, Snapchat, and Instagram to name a few. "Social" media has become the "mainstream" media for the past decade, and there are a lot of people who get upset about that, but a g

Chapter 10: Facebook vs. Instagram

First it was Myspace, then Facebook, now it is Instagram.I 'm not just talking about where you keep up with who is dating that girl in class, or who is getting married, having a kid, or even where you get your "news" (Fake or not). I'm simply talking about where your attention is. It's kind of exciting to follow and be able to target certain groups of people by what platform they use. But it is constantly evolving! Speaking of which, a new social networking platform has just

Chapter 8: The Face of a Business

Straight up, this is going to be kind of a weird one! I don't really know why I decided to write about this today other than that I have been working with certain individuals at business's who have become my go to people, and I associate them and the business as one. This becomes more clear the bigger the brand. When we think of Facebook, it's Zuckerberg. Amazon? Jeff Bezos. Apple and Steve Jobs. They become inseparable. Sports teams use the same principle. "Come watch Lebron