Addicted to Social Media? Blame it on nucleus accumbens

Addicted to Facebook or Twitter? It’s not your fault, its nucleus accumbens, the part of the brain that processes rewards. “As human beings, we evolved to care about our reputation . In today’s world, one way we’re able to manage our reputation is by using social media websites like Facebook,” said Dar Meshi, lead author … More Addicted to Social Media? Blame it on nucleus accumbens

Why are people not responding to my posts – Lurking and Participation Inequality

Why are people not commenting on my article or answering my question. Why only the same group of people repeatedly post content on this social network? If these questions have crossed your mind, well, you are not alone. These are the very questions every community owner or a social network designer faces every day. I … More Why are people not responding to my posts – Lurking and Participation Inequality

Enterprise Social Media – Why only some posts trend while others do not?

You might have noticed this on your internal social network platforms — some posts are read, liked and commented by many people; among these posts, some may last for a day and some for weeks. For the uninitiated, this is called trending – a topic that gets more attention and surfaces to the top of … More Enterprise Social Media – Why only some posts trend while others do not?

The Future of TV

A document released by Netflix talks  about why the TV as we see now will change and how. While Internet TV is only a very small percent of video viewing today, we think it will grow every year because: The Internet will get faster, more reliable and more available Smart TV sales will increase and … More The Future of TV

Lurkers – The underrated participants in social networks

Why are people not commenting on my article or replying to my comments or posting content to this community? Why only the same group of people repeatedly post content on this social platform? If these questions have crossed your mind, well, you are not alone. These are the very questions every community owner or a … More Lurkers – The underrated participants in social networks