Let’s Talk About The Art Side Of Social Media

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Around 2014–2018 Millennials around the world saw a global shift away from Facebook as their preferred social media, with the younger Millennials and Gen Zs switching to social media like Snapchat, YikYak, and other forms that focused on anonymity for primary direct communication. This included desired features such as the disappearing of old messages, and other safety features that appeal to a global market…

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