Social Media Management.
Social media are apps and websites that users can interact which facilitate the creation and sharing of information, ideas, interests, and other forms of expression through virtual communities and networks.
Social Media does come with restrictions which at times can challenge what you say there may also be online censorship where you risk losing your account if it does not meet the social media guidelines.
Social Media Management may entail writing on a regular basis short articles to help promote a business, this may include, text, images, and videos. The posts may include backlinks to blogs and websites for more in-depth information.
- Social media is interactive Web 2.0 Internet-based applications.
- User-generated content—such as text posts or comments, digital photos or videos, and data generated through all online interactions—is the lifeblood of social media.
- Users can create business pages and groups.
- Users create service-specific profiles for the website or app that are designed and maintained by the social media organization.
- Social media helps the development of online social networks by connecting a user’s profile with those of other individuals or groups.
The term social in regard to media suggests that platforms are user-centric and enable communal activity. As such, social media can be viewed as online facilitators or enhancers of human networks—webs of individuals who enhance social connectivity.
Social media outlets differ from traditional media (e.g., print magazines and newspapers, TV, and radio broadcasting) in many ways, including quality, reach, frequency, usability, relevancy, and permanence. Additionally, social media outlets operate in a dialogic transmission system, i.e., many sources to many receivers, while traditional media outlets operate under a monologic transmission model (i.e., one source to many receivers). For instance, a newspaper is delivered to many subscribers, and a radio station broadcasts the same programs to an entire city.