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Computer Concepts 2018 Module 5 Section A Definitions
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online services that facilitate communications and interaction among people who want to share information about heir lives, issues, and events using a multimedia mix of text, pictures, video and audio.
Social Media Honeycomb
provides a visual model for classifying and comparing various social media services.
the extent to which users know if others are available
the extent to which users exchange distribute and receive content
the extent to which users relate to each other
the extent of communication among users
the extent to which user reveal themselves
the extent to which users know the social standing of others
the extent to which users are connected into communities
social networking-good for
creating an online presence-connecting with friends and family. Facebook, Goodle+, Ello, LinkedIn, twitter, tumlr, clasmates.com
Geosocial networking-good for
locating places, people and events. Yelp, foursquare, yik yak, nearby, pebbles
Content communities-good for
sharing user generated media and topical information, ratings, spreading a message- youtube, flickkr, pinterest, Instagram, Wikipedia, stubleupon,, delicious (bookmarks),redit,blogger, wordpress
online communications-good for
one to one real time communication-asynchronous messaging- email, snapchat, skype, chat periscope
social networking service
revolves around personal profiles and interconnections among subscribers who want to share information about themselves
were not part of the internet, popularity of those services decreased as a new generation of internet-based services emerged. America online, prodigy and CompuServe are examples of.
a person's presence on a social media service
social media profile
the set of information provided to friends, contacts and the public
provides a platform for users to carry out interactions based on their current locations.
uses geolocation to meet with people who are nearby and have similar interests.
geosocial network activities
check in, locate, search, recommend and map
when individuals contribute computer time, expertise, opinions, or money to a defined project.
the process of determining the coordinates of a specific place
is the process of adding location data to photos, web sites, HTML documents, audio files, blog posts, and text messages.
GPS cell tower, hotspot, IP address lookup
depict connections between people
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