Humans spend 1.3 million years worth of time on social media per month. Whoa.
It's no surprise that social networks have become the most important frontier of online publishing and marketing. It's also changed the way we interact with one another and communicate. It's changed political protests, civil rights movements, how we shop, and even, I argue, how we think. Yes, the actual neurochemistry of our brains can, and has, been altered by the Social Media Revolution.
So let's talk about how social media changes our brains. Let's talk about these neurological mutations that we are all experiencing together, and what it means for usage -- and success! -- on the fastest growing platforms of our age.
Let's talk about social neuromarketing.