We don’t know about you, but we spend a lot of our time in front of screens. We’ve been on our WFH grind since lockdown in March, and that means a lot of staring at screens, but not just for work. Technology and social media, truly, have become our primary way of staying connected with loved ones. This seems to be a shared sentiment across the US, as discussions of how to balance social media intake have become quite common. Then, a few weeks ago, The Social Dilemma hit Netflix in what feels like a climax of widespread awareness about social media and mental health. In all its alarmist glory, this film brought to light just what exactly we’re giving up to be connected all the time.
The Digital-Marketing Dilemma: How Can We Use Social Media Responsibly?
by Doug Schowengerdt
15 NOVEMBER 2020