Facebook, Instagram, Snap, Twitter, Twitch, TikTok, LinkedIn, OctoMembers and lots more software apps are all considered social media platforms. Of the eight listed above, it’s fairly easy to separate the first six and call them personal social media platforms and the last two professional, although don’t get me wrong, many businesses earn a great deal of their revenues and profits by offering their goods and services on the “personal” social media side of things. I use Twitter and see it as a crossover site – I follow LOTS of investment professionals, but I also follow lots of things associated to Manchester City (“the best team in the land and all the world”) and F1 and many things skiing / snowboard related too. I tweet on both sides of the fence – I tweet on industry topics, but I also got into an online debate last night with someone about the latest James Bond Movie (my opinion, it’s not the best one, but then again I’ve never been a big Daniel Craig as Bond fan, so I’m probably starting from a negatively biased starting point, a bit like the journalist Miguel Delaney when it comes to all things Manchester City related…).
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25th October 2021