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english presentation POLITEKNIK SULTAN ABDUL HALIM MU’ADZAM SHAH R. INDRA A/P RENGASAMY 03DAT09 F1081 KEE CHENG
english presentation
POLITEKNIK SULTAN ABDUL HALIM
MU’ADZAM SHAH
R. INDRA A/P RENGASAMY
03DAT09 F1081
KEE CHENG HIANG
03DAT09 F1095
 Web-based service that allow individual to construct a public or semi public profile within a
Web-based service that allow individual to construct a
public or semi public profile within a bounded system.
Articulate a list of other users with whom they share a
connection.
View and traverse their list of connections and those
made by others within the system. The nature and
nomenclature of these connections may vary from site to
site.
Emphasizes relationship initiation, often between
strangers.
Examples of social networks
Examples of social networks
ABOUT SOCIAL NETWORKS - Popular among the youth as well as the professional people. - The
ABOUT SOCIAL NETWORKS
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Popular among the youth as well as the professional
people.
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The growing popularity of these sites and the effect it
has and the benefits that it brings along, it can be easily
predicted that its popularity is sure to grow much more.
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Sites such as Friendster and MySpace are the two
most popular sites that aim to build special niche for
people who share common interests and passions.
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Twitter and LinkedIn are more professionally related
and help the business men to promote their businesses.
HOWEVER, EVERYTHING HAS A POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE SITES
HOWEVER,
EVERYTHING HAS A
POSITIVE AND
NEGATIVE SITES
THE DISADVANTAGES OF SOCIAL NETWORKS
THE DISADVANTAGES OF SOCIAL
NETWORKS
Commonly thought of as a fun past-time for internet users. Become in many people’s lives a
Commonly thought of as a fun past-time for internet
users.
Become in many people’s lives a disruption and to some
people a debilitating addiction.
This is not the case for everyone, but for some it is
controlling their lives.
There is a personal security risk to using social networking services. Post personal information all the
There is a personal security risk to using social networking
services.
Post personal information all the time and aren’t aware of
who is reading it.
Social networking sites can sell your personal information to
anyone who wants to buy it, including spammers and on
line predators.
Even if the terms of understanding claim that no personal
information will be sold, the site can change its policy at any
time.
 True identity is never  known unless people It is daunting and time consuming. meet
 True identity is never
known unless people
It is daunting and time
consuming.
meet in person.
 Without
body
language, a person's
behavior and
personality
can
never be understood,
there is never a way
Manipulation and
aggression involved with
getting others to give up
age, location, real photos
and far too much detail
about themselves in public
profiles.
to
get
a
person's
complete
behavior
and
personality
profile
strictly
through
on
line
interaction.
There is too much relentless and
suspicious pressure from some who
wish to impose their demands for
personal information on others.
o Social networking of course helps in a lot of ways but the users have to
o
Social networking of
course helps in a lot of
ways but the users have
to really careful to stay
o
secure and safe.
This is mainly because
the social networking
sites allow you to display
your personal
May get many requests for
adding as friends or joining
different communities.
Always try to know as
much as possible before
information such as
o
name, location, and
email address.
There are some people
who always in search of
a fake identity. If they
adding anyone as friend or
joining any community.
Because they may use
fake identity or may involve
in some illegal activities,
get all the information
about you on internet,
they may use your
identity for different
type of illegal activities
which may spoil your
image.
THE advantages OF SOCIAL NETWORKs Low Costs Builds Others Credibilit y Connection s
THE advantages OF
SOCIAL NETWORKs
Low
Costs
Builds
Others
Credibilit
y
Connection
s
O It's cheaper to use online social networking for both personal and business use. O While
O It's cheaper to use online social networking for
both personal and business use.
O While personal use is rather simple for anyone,
the business functions are underestimated by
many.
O Can scout out potential customers and target
markets with just a few clicks and keystrokes,
adding a boost to your usual advertisements and
promotional strategies.
 Can gain the customers' confidence if you can connect to them on both a personal
Can gain the customers' confidence if you can
connect to them on both a personal and
professional level.
Despite having to do a bit of work, it definitely
pays off as you can be tapped for an offer if
someone catches wind of your products or
services.
As long as you don't pursue them too
aggressively, you will do well here.
 You are friends with people who have other friends, and so on.  There is
You are friends with people who have other
friends, and so on.
There is potential in such a common situation.
Can do what you can and get connected with
these people to form a web of connections that
can give you leverage.
As long as you give as well as you receive,
then they will most likely stick with you.
These connections are definitely valuable in
the long run.
O New business contacts can be obtained for networking purposes. O It helps to build your
O New business contacts can be obtained for networking
purposes.
O It helps to build your brand awareness.
O Facilitates the process of approaching and meeting new
people.
O It is possible to find and subsequently join groups with
similar interests and dislikes.
O Can find old friends seeing as most of them will be a
member of some or other social media networking
website.
O It is perfect for customer interaction, customer
feedback, and customer support.
O Other advantages: relationship management, product
development, reputation management, and community
building.
THANK YOU
THANK YOU