Selena Gomez And Social Media

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In 1997, the first website recognized as social media was developed in which users were able to make profiles and communicate with their friends. Following that in 1999, blog sites became popular, allowing average people to share their personal interests and opinions, and eventually, after the development of social media websites like Myspace and Linkden, the invention of Facebook, today’s most popular social media website, was released to the public. With social media becoming increasingly popular in the past few years, more and more people are logging onto websites to post photos of themselves or share their opinions. Those who view these posts, which are usually close friends, but can even be acquaintances, are given the option to “like” …show more content…
The article entitled, "The Most Popular Instagram Accounts: In Pictures," published through The Telegraph, displays that, as of now, Selena Gomez is the most followed person on Instagram, and Shakira holds the title of most friends on Facebook. Both celebrities reach out to millions of people all across the globe, and because of this, they are considered highly influential, impacting the lives of many around them with their styles and opinions. Though this status is where most individuals should strive to be, it is not necessary to be as popular as Selena Gomez or Shakira to be deemed worthy in society. In order to be considered significant, one most solely meet the requirement of possessing two-thirds of their state’s population as any sort of friend or follower on a social media account. Those who meet this requirement are looked up to for advice regarding their area of specialty and make an impact on those surrounding them. With only these individuals existing in society, it will be much easier to find others who have similar impacts on a community and collaborate to improve a certain …show more content…
Overpopulation has become a great concern in the past few decades with the rate of children being born per year surpassing the death rate. In the article “How is a Population’s Growth and Decline Measured?” by Matt Rosenberg, between 2010 and 2015, the crude birth rate, defined as the amount of births for 1,000 people, was 19.4. The crude death rate, on the other hand, was 8.1. With the birth rate being over twice as fast as the death rate, it is indeed possible that overpopulation will occur, and the amount of land provided by Earth will be insufficient to house all of its inhabitants. Since most people that live on Earth already are uninfluential on social media, especially the 5.165 billion people that do not already possess social media accounts, eliminating these people will do nothing but help the world. Through reducing the number of those that are not respected in society due to their lack of contribution and participation, Earth’s population will decrease, overall solving the problem of

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