5 Indian Social Media Articles Worth Reading This Weekend

by Prasant Naidu on May 5, 2022

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The week has been an interesting one. A big thanks to our advertisers - Brandmovers India, Unmetric and FoxyMoron. And just in case, you have missed reading us this week, this set of weekly curated stories from Indian social media and Asian social media would help you.

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And, here are the best 5 curated articles on Indian social media this week:

1. Are fake comments troubling you? You’re not alone: Social Unconference at the Indian Internet Day took an interesting turn when the audience wouldn’t budge from the topic of fake comments. Jubin who was there in the event shares how the session about social media campaigns, calculating the ROI and such details concentrated mainly on fake comments. Jubin further talks about these fake comments, details and the possible solution. Read the entire story here.

2. Abuse and insult, the other side of social media: Archana, in her story at IndianExpress, talks about the other side of social media – abuse and insult. The article shares how celebrities like Rajdeep Sardesai, Shah Rukh Khan and Chinmayi Sripada had to face abuses on social media. Global celebrities have not been spared too and seeing this last December UK’s department of public prosecutions had issued interim guidelines on prosecution in cases involving communications sent via social media. But then celebrities need to open up and draw a line for such an open medium. Read the entire story here.

3. Does your Twitter bio have your professional designation? Do you have your professional details in your Twitter bio? No? what are you hiding, are you ashamed of it? Some of the very common questions that pops up often has been the basis of this post from Karthik. The post explores why Karthik keeps his professional details away from Twitter. Interesting thoughts but I have my professional bio in bold on Twitter. Read the entire story here.

4. Mad as hell and can’t take it anymore: Twitter battles are now routine between atheists and creationists, BJP followers and Congress followers, Narendra Modi fans and Narendra Modi haters, Rahul Gandhi lovers and Rahul Gandhi haters, IPL devotees and IPL haters, etc. As a result, Twitter is no longer an ideas forum; it is a war zone, is the primary basis on which the post has been written by Sachin. The post further talks about how Sachin didn’t abandon Twitter but did a spring cleaning of his Twitter account. Read the entire story here.

5. How an Awesome Workplace can be your Social Content Strategy: Priyanka is writing a series of blog posts on how startups are building interesting content around their employees on social media. The current post looks at The Startup Hub also called JCombinator or Maa Sharda Devi Villa. A co-working place, JCombinator has a very informal Facebook page about various fun happenings in their co-working space. The post further looks at the content strategy of the startup. Read the entire story here.

We hope you enjoy our curated list for this week!

Prasant Naidu

Founder and Blogger at Lighthouse Insights. Loves to experiment in social media and believes social media is a game changer for SME's.

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  • http://www.priyankawriting.com Priyanka Dalal

    Thanks Prasant! :)

    • http://lighthouseinsights.in/ Prasant Naidu

      :)

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