Hashtags, which is a form of metadata tag (for you programmers out there) became widely popular within cyberculture from the early days on Twitter and continue to reside there heavily even today.
In the last ten years the term known as “spamming” has become a little more undefined since sharing content is an important factor with using social media.
Since the increase in sharing has occurred one must still be aware of what spamming looks like and how to differentiate between someone sharing something with you and someone who is spamming you.
To many of us the Internet seems like a galaxy of 0’s and 1’s or a gaping black hole; since we use it but don’t necessarily know how it works or how it calculates the information we request for within search.
Sometimes it can prove difficult to determine how much of yourself you want people online to know about you. I am not talking about detailed personal information here; I am referring to your personality.