Best 597 of Social media quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 19 Sep

Eric Overby

What is it that is so interesting about what's happening everywhere else but where you are?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jay Samit

The real challenge is for each of us to determine where we feel we can make the most impact.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alfred Hermida

In less than a decade, social media is one of those things that has become part of the fabric of society. It is also something about which everyone has an opinion. At some point in a dinner party, someone tends to malign social media for being full of updates about lunch or photos of pets. Life is full of froth. It is the mundane that makes us human. The seemingly inconsequential tidbits we share help us forge social bonds and bring us closer together.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Izey Victoria Odiase

I need Social Media for my businesses. And I do my best to filter my feed, because I only want to see positive and motivating content. Every once in a while, there's that ignorant individual, post or statement that slips through the cracks. I typically don't engage these individuals, but sometimes the ignorance is hard to ignore. No pun intended.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Jennifer Ritchie Payette

Keep it real; wear the "no photo shop seal

By Anonym 18 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Pay attention to humans, not to your phone.

By Anonym 17 Sep

David Chiles

Online affiliation with good causes is good netiquette. Stand for something! NetworkEtiquette.net

By Anonym 19 Sep

David Chiles

Weekends welcome warriors for social fun that starts on Friday. Share, Like, comment, and friend. Netiquette

By Anonym 16 Sep

Aysha Taryam

Having to explain to a child of today, who has learned to swipe before they can speak, that certain aspects of a person’s life must remain private for the preservation of one’s sanity is almost frivolous.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Yudhanjaya Wijeratne

This is the Number. It is in the things we do, the people we meet, the ID cards that we carry. It's part of our identities, our credit cards, our social interactions. It takes our influences, our biases, morals, lifestyles and turns them into a massive alternate reality that no-one can escape from. It lives on our phones, in our televisions, in the cards we swipe to enter office. At its best, it’s an exact mirror of how human society actually works - all our greatness, all our petty shallowness, all our small talk and social contacts all codified and reduced and made plain. At its worst, it’s also exactly that. It’s how poor and rich and famous and desirable you are. It’s the backchannel given a name and dragged out into the limelight for everyone to see.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Barbara Kingsolver

Now, see, that's why everybody wants Internet friends. You can find people just exactly like you. Screw your neighbors and your family, too messy.' Dovey's phone buzzed, and she laughed, ignoring it. 'The trouble is, once you filter out everybody that doesn't agree with you, all that's left is maybe this one retired surfer guy living in Idaho.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Jon Ronson

When shamings are delivered like remotely administered drone strikes, nobody needs to think about how ferocious our collective power might be. The snowflake never needs to feel responsible for the avalanche.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michael P. Naughton

Social Media is a shared delusion of grandeur.

By Anonym 18 Sep

David Chiles

Show your netiquette, to become cyber friends with those you have met, on the internet. NetworkEtquette.net

By Anonym 19 Sep

Alexis De Tocqueville

The only way to neutralize the effect of public journals is to multiply them indefinitely.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Steve Wozniak

All of a sudden, we've lost a lot of control. We can't turn off our internet; we can't turn off our smartphones; we can't turn off our computers. You used to ask a smart person a question. Now, who do you ask? It starts with g-o, and it's not God. [CNN interview (December 8, 2010)]

By Anonym 15 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Any content, once made online, leaves an immortal footprint, which can rarely be erased completely.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Amit Kalantri

Fathers are ironic, they want democracy in their country but dictatorship in their home.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jay Samit

Disruption isn't about what happens to you, it's about how you respond to what happens to you.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Andy Carrington

So many likes and retweets for having the "GUTS" to say what every- one thinks ON THE FUCKING INTER- NET (but never in the street).

By Anonym 18 Sep

Germany Kent

Speak with caution. Even if someone forgives harsh words you've spoken, they may be too hurt to ever forget them. Don't leave a legacy of pain and regret of things you never should have said.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sara Sheridan

I'm a professional writer and I consider it part of my job to publicise my work and these days part of that job is done online.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Smartphones are a great portal for knowledge, but when the people do not know how to use them, those very devices do more harm to the inner wellbeing of a person, young and old alike, than they do good.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Sara Sheridan

The mass communications that could enable our politics for good have instead turned it into a bland conglomeration of stinted opinion cloaked in the occasional media frenzy of blame or denial.

By Anonym 19 Sep

David Chiles

The Social Networking Netiquette Loop: Read, share, like, and repeat.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Bernard Kelvin Clive

In this age people have become more loyal and attached to personal brands,individuals than companies, brands. [You get the emotional highs and lows, but real issues overlooked]. In a social media driven world, every piece of content we put out there can make or mar us

By Anonym 17 Sep

Robin Sacredfire

Life does not offer gifts or rewards, but opportunities. Nobody is entitled to anything. Only behavior and labor defines us and what we have. Whenever you make a choice, you follow one path and move apart from another. If your job occupies more importance in your mind, time and actions, than your dream, then you will not accomplish your dream but maybe receive a raise in your salary instead and be happy with that loss. If you look at relationships as a toy store, if you look at your companion as easily replaceable, then you will very likely lose the one you have. If you rather enjoy life with your friends than with your companion, you will end up alone. If you insult the wise, you then end up surrounded by fools. If you neglect your wealth, you will likely end up poor. If you destroy love, you will end up feeling unloved. If you destroy the good that comes to you, you will end up experiencing evil. Life will always reflect your actions, words and thoughts. You are what you spend most of your time doing, saying and thinking. Your life is always a reflection of your priorities. If you spend your time partying, insulting and occupying your mind with nonsense from social media, music with degrading lyrics, and movies that promote antisocial values, you get zero from life.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sanjo Jendayi

We live in a world where we will share everything about celebrities on social media but our friend's business posts are invisible.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Prajakta Mhadnak

140characters is twitter's simple way of saying 'know your limits

By Anonym 15 Sep

Matt Haig

After reading the news, I go on Twitter. I don't have an account but I find it interesting - all the different voices, the squabbles, the arrogance of certainty, the ignorance, the occasional, but wonderful, compassion, and watching the evolution of language head towards a new kind of hieroglyphics.

By Anonym 16 Sep

David Chiles

Facebook Fun is refined. Reader reviews are rewarding on Goodreads. Retweets are readily available for Twitter teasing. Stay within the Netiquette. NetworkEtiquette.net

By Anonym 14 Sep

Dwayne Johnson

Social media, to me, is like a marriage. You have to foster it and take care of it and commit to it. And you have to understand your partner.

By Anonym 16 Sep

H. W. Brands

His notes to the outside world offered a window on an active, sympathetic, eclectic mind.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jerry Oche

Posting nice contents on social media alone is outdated as the black and white TV, keying into current trends, trending hashtags, searchable keywords and share-ability are the new social currency

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alice Oseman

If this room were a person it would be a Kardashian on a moderate income

By Anonym 15 Sep

Brian E Boyd

Brands that will survive and thrive from now on are those with C-level executives that understand the incredible opportunity new media offers them and commit to excellence in managing their social media presence.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Rashedur Ryan Rahman

CONFIDENCE is not showing off your VANITY, it’s about to be HUMBLED and KIND to others what are you truly SKILLED and PROFESSIONAL about…

By Anonym 18 Sep

Fletcher Knebel

The General’s preoccupation with electronic gadgetry irked Randall. The world had become a wondrous fabric of instant communication, linking millions of people in the same old abundance of problems and poverty of solutions.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Cendrine Marrouat

Treat your entire audience with the same level of care.

By Anonym 16 Sep

De Philosopher Dj Kyos

I hope the likes, comments, retweets, money, hate, love, suffering, fame, pain and your education wont make you to deny God one day. Matthew 10:33

By Anonym 18 Sep

David Chiles

Stay cool is the netiquette rule, if flamed. Responding is for a fool. NetworkEtiquette.net

By Anonym 18 Sep

Marcia Conner

Social tools leave a digital audit trail, documenting our learning journey—often an unfolding story—and leaving a path for others to follow.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Oliver Markus Malloy

These social media shamings bear an uncanny resemblance to medieval witch hunts.” If you were accused of being a witch back then, you were shit out of luck. Being accused was all it took. Forget “innocent until proven guilty.” Nobody bothered to prove your guilt. Nobody dared to speak up on your behalf, for fear of being called a witch sympathizer. Because if you were seen as the friend of a witch, you were the next one to be accused of being a witch. As soon as a woman was accused of being a witch, she was a pariah without any friends. Nobody wanted to be seen in public with her. The whole village ganged up on her. Everyone was trying to outdo everyone else in their antiwitch fervor: “Look at me! I'm throwing rocks at the witch! Look at how much I hate witches! I am definitely NOT a witch myself!” Whenever I see a social media mob ganging up on a celebrity for supposedly saying something “offensive” it reminds me of the Salem witch hysteria: “That's racist! And me calling you a racist proves that I'm definitely not a racist myself! That's sexist! I shame you! And that means I'm definitely not sexist myself! I shame you for being a bad person. That means I'm a good person! Look at how really really offended I am! That means I'm a really really good person!” According to the bible, Jesus said "let he who is without sin throw the first rock." But a lot of people seem to think he said: "If you throw rocks at someone else, it proves that you're without sin.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tom Sweterlitsch

Feeds and streams contribute to the fracturing of our consciousness.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

I am pain-stricken to say, that today’s so-called modern humans are all like the dogs in Pavlov’s experiment. Pavlov used a bell to manipulate the mind of his dogs, and today, social media platforms are using people’s own beloved smartphones to manipulate them.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Stewart Stafford

An internet minute is the apparent nanosecond it takes for a breaking news story to be dubbed fake and/or a conspiracy on social media.

By Anonym 15 Sep

David Chiles

Cool posts and kind comments make friends. Think about others online. NetworkEtiquette.net

By Anonym 16 Sep

Bernard Kelvin Clive

Don’t just be selling, be connecting

By Anonym 13 Sep

Simon Mainwaring

How well you tell your story determines how well your customers tell your story.

By Anonym 16 Sep

J. R. Rim

Hitting "like" on a social media platform is the modern day version of clapping at the end of a performance.