#Read2Riches: Social Media And Reading Culture.

#Read2Riches: Social Media and Reading Culture

Social Media and Reading Culture.

See, nobody liked my facebook selfie and my beautifully crafted post for the past 5 days. This is very annoying!

I have not gotten a Retweet or mention in the last 168 hours even with my numerous tweets and massive following.

I’ve been the only one looking up my Linkedin profile for the past 4 months. What a useless professional platform!

I intend to use Social Media for pleasure and an escape route out of my loneliness, fatigue and hard work. That hope gets defeated daily!

Does that sound like something you’ve heard or said at some point?

As we scan for the latest gist on Social Media with our handy gadgets, today’s youths are beginning to think towards climbing the seat of power, reinventing the wheel of tradition and getting enlisted among world heroes via Social Media.

Social Media is definitely marking its footprint on the productive years of the young people and adults alike. Teachers, educators and parents daily express their concerns as technology and Social Media seems to be taking over the lives of the youth.

But, are we just overwhelmed by the ills and troubles the Social Media have caused the nations of the world?

Can social media be a beautiful platform to restore our reading culture vanishing into thin air?

Is our digital addiction translating to better thoughts, redefined lives and secured livelihood?

Is the prosperity of a nation yoked with the literacy level of her populace?

These and many more will be discussed on our October Edition of #Read2Riches hangout.

Venue: Twitter

Date: Saturday 4th Oct, 2014.

Time: 15:00 (GMT +1)

Our Special Guest is Emeka Nobis (@iamemekanobis), an Author, Best Life Strategist, Speaker and Founder of Profound Impacts International.

Join this conversation using the #Read2Riches Hash tag. Let the world hear your voice!

Keep CLIMB (Changing Little Into MegaBucks) Alive.

Cheers 🙂

PS: Feel free to also #Read2Riches by looking up the curated event by clicking here #Read2Riches: Social Media & Reading Culture

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