Do you want to make sure you’re using the best social media apps? After all, there are now so many vying for your attention, it can be difficult choosing between them all. To help you out, we have compiled a list of the top social media sites in 2019.
Let’s start with the obvious choices. For all its faults (and there are a lot of them), Facebook is still comfortably the most popular social media network in the world.With more than 2 billion users, it’s the place to go if you want to easily connect with most of the people from your current or former life.
If you’re more interested in looking at images and short video clips, Instagram might be the best social network for you. 35 percent of American adults have an account.Perhaps unfairly, the network has developed a reputation for being superficial and full of selfies. If you dig past the junk, you can find stunning photography, incredible artwork, and plenty more.
Twitter is another network that’s received a considerable amount of negative coverage. The 280-character limit (formerly 140 characters) doesn’t exactly promote reasoned debate, and the presence of millions of fake bots only serves to erode the experience further.However, if you want breaking news, instant reactions, and access to your favorite sports stars, celebrities, and journalists, Twitter is an unrivaled resource. See our list of the best Twitter alternatives if it doesn’t strike your fancy.
LinkedIn provides social networking for professionals. As the site has grown, it’s become one of the best ways to build your CV, find a new job, and network within your professional circles.
Snapchat is almost exclusively a young person’s hangout; you’re unlikely to find your grandma with an account. The site revolves around sharing self-destructing images and videos, though there’s also a messaging feature and lots of gamification features…Read more>>