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Will social media be more significant than traditional media in the future?

Asked by Am1901 (4points) October 4th, 2020

what do you think?

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elbanditoroso's avatar

Social media has peaked. It reached a point where there is too much of it, and it is too diffuse. Rather than being a unified communications and sharing platform, there are too many social media options that don’t talk to each other.

You will see a slow but perceptible movement away from social media to more traditional communications vehicles.

cookieman's avatar

I agree with @elbanditoroso but would add that certain elements of social media (community building, multimedia communication) will become part of more traditional media.

kritiper's avatar

No. How could it??

KNOWITALL's avatar

I feel like social media, radio and podcasts are still viable (and free), but so many people have stopped watching local tv or reading the local paper, I see those being pushed out over the next decade.

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