Earlier this week Tinder, the dating app that is largely known for facilitating casual hook-ups, lost its shit on Twitter over an article in Vanity Fair . And a big part of why you may heard about the Vanity Fair article is for no other reason than because Tinder decided to lose its shit. It's called the Streisand effect, and it carries with it a big lesson on why sometimes brand management means just shutting the hell up on moving on.
Health experts have reported significant increases in couples reporting problems with their sex lives due to social media addiction. Do you find yourself spending more and more time scrolling through your feeds and liking posts? Is social media ruining your sex life?
Social Media has become one of the most amazing platforms for people to connect with one another. They are also gradually replacing the matrimonial websites on the internet. And love, including the long-distance relationships, is blossoming on social media more than ever before, as people across geographies are connecting with one another using these platforms.
One in ten Americans have used an online dating site. Chances are, someone you know met their wife or husband on a dating site. And, as you know, dating sites are the ultimate social networks. What if your Member of Congress were on a dating site? What would their profile say?