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Social media is a multi-billion dollar industry employing millions of people.
(Love it or leave it, but you better believe it.) If I were to explain social media to someone living in 1997, I’d say: Social media is a network of and for people. It’s a tool that billions of people use to share their successes, their challenges, their lives. Would you respond by saying you don’t care for paintings, if the art features mundane details about the artist's life?
Yes, some beautiful women are superficial and only want perfect looking male models with money and a huge penis. Yet, the majority of women can’t stop themselves from feeling attracted to certain personality traits, behaviors and inner qualities in men.
For example: If a guy approaches a beautiful woman and displays nervousness and insecurity when interacting with her, she will instinctively feel turned off by him.
(Everyone has experience, few have expertise.)But as I hear more and more people share their reasons for not participating in social media, I can’t help but notice that it’s often not the platforms they’re concerned about – it’s the people – and in some cases, themselves. Instagram doesn’t ask what you’ve eaten after every meal. Oversharing is not a social media problem, it’s a character flaw.
(True story, ask my trainer.)And to the folks who don’t “believe” in social media, we’re not talking about the Easter bunny or fake news.For example, when you search for a film, we use your search information and location to show the most relevant cinemas near you.