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How To Celebrate Social Media Day

Social media day is best celebrated using social media! We can add a hashtag(#socialmediaday) update the Facebook or Whatsapp status, or even explore other platforms like TikTok.

Social media is a major factor nowadays, for better or worse. We do not need to compare ourselves with others in a negative way, as what is shown on social media is what others want us to see.

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June 30th is Social Media Day, created in 2010 by Mashable, an online entertainment and media business.

Social media has impacted our lives in numerous ways, helping groups of people communicate, and bringing people closer together for events and celebrations. We can easily be in touch with friends and family, and also use it as a tool to influence others.

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