Social Media is important personal and Social Development
Social media is no stranger in the present millennial era, where people practically live on the internet. We have often spoken about the demerits of the youth wasting time on the internet. Time and again, we have been told as to why we should not waste time on a social media platform and the waste array of demerits that follow. One must, however, understand the strength that the social media networks hold as a platform in the world today.
However, here is the dark side
Orkut is long gone. Twitter has turned into a negative, racist platform. Facebook is under scrutiny by the government, and Instagram is filled with scammy advertisements, and head burning commercials.
The social media has turned into a platform full of fake perfection, negative vibes and an unnecessary addiction which has not only destroyed many lives, but created a sense of depressed individuals with no aim whatsoever.
The platform shares positive stories, event updates and thought provoking content through a team of people that reflects diversity. A complete array of like minded individuals coming together in order to solve the biggest 21st Century Crisis that is ‘fake perfection.’
Current social media platforms have proved to be dangerous for the millennials. Everyone is striving to showcase fake perfection using awkward filters, multiple hashtags and colourful profiles. What everyone is hiding is their reality and therefore, reality in millennial era is evaporating as we speak.
MassMediaHub brings reality- it enables the user to share and read thought provoking content which is both educational and entertainment.
Some words about our present and our next action
But, in the most hopeless of situations, there is hope. Hope, which has found it’s wing via MassMediaHub Powered by 360WISE.
The best part of MassMedia Hub is being a part of the ever-evolving technological advancements that this world has to offer. With the opportunity to innovate with posts, stories and pictures, there is great potential for youngsters to engage their audience in new and exciting ways.
We must adapt to change but also stay mindful of how reading has been replaced by video and writing with texting.