“Think twice about what you post on social media today. It is open for the entire world to see.”
Social media has greatly influenced how we communicate and interact with one another. It has enabled us to communicate with people from all over the world, exchange ideas and experiences, and learn new things. Social media usage has evolved over time and will continue to do so.
World Social Media Day is an annual celebration which is celebrated on 30th June, to mark the incredible power of social media. It is a day to get together and share your social media stories and experiences.
Mashable established World Social Media Day on June 30, 2010. It was created to recognise the impact of social media on global communication and to bring the world together to celebrate it.
Everyone uses social media every day; it’s how we quickly and easily connect with people all over the world. But, on the other hand, it is used to spread misinformation and hate speech. Individuals can easily post inflammatory or inaccurate information on social media. This can lead to miscommunication and conflict.
It can also be harmful. It has the potential to lead to cyberbullying and online harassment. In some cases, social media activities have resulted in physical violence.
We must use social media to build bridges between different groups in our society. We can promote understanding and tolerance by discussing issues that are important to all of us. We can also help solve problems by communicating constructively with one another. It is upon us that how we use it in a better manner.