Social Media

The Front Page of the Internet

If you’re looking for something new and creative, snack on Tumblr.

If you’re looking for interesting reads and breaking news, scan the Twitter feeds.

If you’re looking for more mainstream stories, scroll through Facebook.

If you’re looking for inspiration, check out Instagram.

If you’re looking to plan your next outfit, meal, or vacation, pin away on Pinterest.

If you’re looking to live in someone else’s shoes, view Stories on Snapchat.

If you’re just looking to talk, use one of the direct messaging apps (WhatsApp, FB Messenger, etc).

Facebook may be the social hub of the Internet, given its scale and familiar sharing tools. But it’s just one of the newspapers available.

When it comes to the social Internet, there’s no one-size fits all. Each social network is its own place with its own unique content and utility.

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of and four books.