According to Will Rogers, (1879), which says “Too many people spend money they haven't earned, to buy things they don't want, to impress people that they don't like.” (Will Rogers). This means, that there are a lot of people who are using money but that they are not obtain it. Those humans are cheating on other people in order to form relationship with them and have new friends. This money they do not deserve it, they earn it to show other people that they are own the best things, and they are more special than other people. In addition, people are buying many things that they don’t need to use them.
Online dating sites have increased and are still increasing because of many things. First, many people think that by walking to a stranger man or a women, they make an awkward situation when asking him or her for a mobile number, so they think that it is better to just ask people to add them on social sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Second, most of the teenagers feel shy when they talk with a boy or a girl, so they prefer to talk to them by using via social sites. Finally, the online dating sites simply save our time. According to Günter Hitsch, “Online dating takes place in a new market environment that has become a common means to find a date or a marriage partner" (130).
CHAPTER – 5 CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS Conclusion Popular social networking sites, including Baidu, We chat and Weibo, are changing the human fabric of the Internet and have the potential to pay off big for investors, but -- given their youthful user base -- they are unusually vulnerable to the next 'new new ' thing. As quickly as users flock to one trendy Internet site, they can just as quickly move on to another, with no advance warning, according to Wharton faculty and Internet analysts. one general finding is the fact that most consumers are aware of the advertisements online, and they have a negative attitude towards them. This is also the case with several of the findings from previous academic research and studies. These results are also in relation with the reasons why marketers are looking
Social media is also known to make society seem more supposedly different than it is in reality. As explained by Brook Williams, “Social media also gives kids a false notion that being successful only comes with being beautiful. Almost every person you find with over 20,000 Instagram followers edits their pictures to glorify their life and image” (dailyutahchronicle.com). This can hurt teen relationships especially when they think it’s all about looks (dailyutahchronicle.com). Unfortunately, society is already known to show this off in TV
According to "My Secure Cyberspace", Teens spend 79 percent of their time on social media, meaning that social media would play a big role in the life of a teen. However, 31 percent of teens post content on social media that they would not want their parents to see. Either it be that the post containted something embarrasing, or that the post was done out of rage, 18 percent of teens have disceplined about what they have posted(Qualman). With this in mind, the hurts the social skills of teens since teens aren 't recognizing body language, and signals done by people face to face(Qualman). Therfore, teens are spending more and more time on social media, and instead of investing the time into a hobby or interest, they give in into a system that has no reward for scrolling up or down.
Ever have those days when you feel less than perfect, when you flip through magazines and wish you could look as gorgeous or as handsome as the models and celebrities that grace the pages of People, Vogue, Glamour, or Cosmo? Well, your definitely not the only one raving about them all the time, whether it 's a movie star or a sports figure, because literally almost every house you 'll find an adolescent day dreaming or drooling over a celebrity. The impact of fashion, brands and celebrity culture on teenagers and adults is a well-researched field, but far less is understood about their impact on children. A significant number of parents nowadays are suffering and concerned about their children 's identity due to change in behavior and difference in their attitude towards them and the society. A research was conducted and found out that this is due to the celebrities domination and effect on the way they live, eat, breathe, act , etc.
Makes people expect more, higher. Campaign cant reach those standards, doesn’t measure up to the expectations negative impact on customer-brand relationship People hype each other continuously through social media. Everyone is talking about it. Basically word of mouth, just broader, larger audience. If a hype does happen, you’re first diaspointed, then the product drops, after the hype is gone you revisit and evaluate and reflect, might realize that its not as bad afterall.
CNN). Technology has risen, the spreading of information or news became a lot easier, there are also new social media entertainment that has got the attention of the many, especially the youth. However, the arousal of these different types of entertainment has greatly affected the habits of the teenagers. They become over dedicated in using these technologies that it leads to distraction especially when they feel bored, these social media are their means or source of entertainment. On the other hand, social media slowly swallows teenagers into the internet world may it be facebook, twitter, instagram, skype and the like.
Social media is very popular with people of all ages. It has become a massive network in the past few years. It is used for daily life communication, such as calling, texting, weather, etc... People also use it for games and so much more. But sometimes social media is a bad influence. With cyber-bullying being a huge issue, it gives social media a bad reputation more often than not.
Social Media – A Modern Addiction Social media are now popularized all around the world. With the development of technology, social media and social networks are gradually affecting our life styles and interpersonal relationships in many aspects, consciously or unconsciously. However, besides consuming so much time on the social media, something else important is being taken away. As is noticed, an increasing number of people is somehow addicted to the social networking, spending hours in front of screens without doing anything meaningful to the daily life. Thus a serious issue occurred— are social media really significant or is it gradually becoming a modern addiction?