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social media trends in 2015

by Radhe Gupta
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I love to look back and see what came before us into 2015. My goal is to try to see what was truly possible before the rise of social media and what could be done in the future to create a healthy, happy, and thriving society.

2015 was a year of great change for social media. For example, Twitter went from 500,000 daily active users to more than 100 million. The social media revolution was also a huge boost for Facebook and Google’s own search engine. Google is still the largest social media company in the world, with more than 30.5 billion monthly active users (and counting).

More than half of the more than 50 billion social media posts made in 2015, according to researchers, were sent through Facebook. And when you consider the fact that social media is the primary method of communication that many of the world’s leaders use, it is also worth noting that Facebook has more than a billion other users. When you add this up, it is easy to see that social media has become one of the greatest technological advancements of the past decade.

When it comes to social media, it has been the most effective way to communicate with your audience, but it has also caused some social issues, especially in the online world. One of the biggest is the growing presence of fake news on Facebook. It’s no longer as easy to tell if someone is telling the truth or a fake news story as it was a few years back.

Not to mention the rise of the “fake news” rumor mill. When I was growing up, we were told to stay away from all things “fake” because it would ruin our reputation. But we can no longer run from the fact that there is no end to fake news because people are simply buying into the idea that there is an alternative.

The other big trend we’ve seen is the rise of social media as a news source. This is just as good as it sounds because it is not the traditional paper and ink source. It was great when I lived in California, but now as I grow older I think it’s becoming an important source. I also think it’s a good thing because it allows people to share important news faster than they could with the traditional news media.

This is a good time to mention that social media is just as important as traditional news sources. In particular, the Internet is the primary news source for millennials. That is, the youngest generation. There is a big difference between the younger generation and the baby boomers, who are the most important demographic for traditional news. The baby boomers are the ones who have gone from being news sources to being entertainment sources. They also grew up with the Internet.

Social media is a great tool for creating content, but it’s not a great tool for journalism. It’s a great tool to spread information, but information is only valuable if it’s put into the right context. The Internet has made it easier for people to be more open and honest about their thoughts and feelings, but there are still plenty of issues that need to be addressed.

Before 2015, there weren’t many social media platforms that allowed a user to post videos or pictures. Now there are more and more, and they are all doing what they can to take them down.

The new trend is to post pictures of your pets, people you know, and even yourself. The only problem we have with this is that someone might post it and become offended. The problem is that if you post something that someone else does not like (or is offended by) there is a great chance that it will be removed by the platform owner.

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