The Mobile Network

A Blog by Taylor Green

When we as social media users log on to our social media platform of choice, we always use some sort of technology to do this function, (I mean, social media today is mainly on the web, right?). With this being said, the main resource we use for this action tends to be our mobile devices which include our smartphones, media players, or miniature tablets. In this blog, we’re going to discuss how this feature is utilized in our everyday lives and how it benefits us.

 

  1. Being Mobile is time-efficient

 

Whenever we are on our mobile devices, we tend to use them the most when we are transit to a new destination of our choosing. Social media, at first, was supposed to be a pastime that you could sit down and play with for a selected amount of time. However, we are always on the go, thus we never get enough time in the day to stop everything we are doing and be active on social media. Thankfully, mobile devices have become a tool for us to use social media whenever we are performing time consuming tasks. This helps us with all our tasks on social media in a shorter period of time.

 

  1. Being Mobile is more user-friendly.

 

When we analyze content on any social network site on a computer, there tends to be more complex information that can sometimes get us confused. With mobile devices, this problem has become solved in hopes that obtaining this content easier. The apps that these social networks develop display themselves with an easier landscape on how to function their platform. With this idea being set in place, access to information has become much simpler for usage just from the palm of your hand.

 

 

With these tips, we can see and analyze how mobile networking has become a norm in our present, and how they reluctantly help us with everyday goals.

Check out these other links on how social media can be adapted on mobile devices!

http://www.as-coa.org/articles/weekly-chart-spending-time-social-media-americas

http://www.kentucky.com/news/business/article146276779.html

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UNT Eagle Strategies

Class members of the social media class in the Mayborn School of Journalism