Your first memory of social media is, of course, very much determined by your age.
Teenagers and some young adults likely won’t remember a world without Facebook, Twitter and possibly Myspace. Thirtysomethings might have fond memories of pioneering social platforms such as Friendster and even early blogging.
And for the rest of us? Our first truly social experience online developed with internet services such as AOL and Compuserve, and, before that, good, old-fashioned email. Yep, email. Kids today, eh? Don’t even know they’re born.
This infographic from redpepper takes a closer look at the history of social media.
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