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Youtube vs Tiktok

Social war facing YouTube and Tiktok

We humans are known as social animals. Interacting with friends and family across long distances has been a concern of human race for centuries. Communication is the base of humanity to strengthen their relationships. 

When face-to-face discussions are impossible or inconvenient, humans have dreamed up plenty of creative solutions. The earliest methods of communicating across great distances used written correspondence delivered by hand from one person to another, i.e, letters. This postal service became widely acceptable and spread all over for a long period of time. Back then in near future soon came telegraph as a faster travel method of letters. Thus evolution was kept up.

Meanwhile people felt the need of sharing their things or special creations or achievements to the world instead of just framing them inside their house and to their only known ones. This need led our humanity to the platform of social media. Apart from previous technologies this sharing method surpassed and was more sophisticated among all the predecessors. By the 70's network technology improved a lot and UseNet allowed users to communicate through a virtual newsletter. After the invention of blogging, social media began to explode in popularity. Sites like MySpace and LinkedIn gained prominence in the early 2000s. Google's huge platform Orkut was one of the most visited websites in India and Brazil in 2008.

But change is the only thing that's inevitable and no development is ultimate. Twitter, Facebook, Whatsapp and Instagram are just a few of the most famous social media platforms that exist this century, with Facebook leading the list. These sites remain some of the most popular social networks on the Internet, as video calling is one of the most required communication feature now a days.

Youtube and tiktok has also scored both as a good entertainment and working environment in the stage of social media. People tend to share their special days or blogs or their wedding shots and videos through these sharing medias to their friends and often to everyone just by simply uploading it to their profile or Youtube channel. Wedding photography brands also promote their works and increases followers and subscribers of their channel with the help of Youtube and Instagram.
Similarly today TikTok is popularly and probably known as public stunts, where people show-off their credible tallents or moments in a video matching with background musics like movies. Even in wedding special moments are captured and shared dramatic moments with help of TikTok and both these platform also used today as soruce of earning of this generation by views and popularity on their content. So popularity leads to income source today which lead the market today a conflict or war named 'Youtube vs TikTok'. This kickstarted with the humiliation of both platforms by their users and fight of justice for the right one startled the social platform today. For photography brands this can be a good opportunity have a good attention from followers and clients. Using this trending topic and putting it into a blog on website will mark this brand as aware and updated of every current scenario airing and will leave a great remark and impact as a social savvy brand to audiences.

This is also a good social situation to blend into, using the fact as a practical example of appriciation to value any hard work stating no work is small or easy enough to critisize. Winning people's heart is most important key to gain success. Criticism is good; it helps to grow. But it also has to be in a proper way. People should choose their words very wisely before criticising any content of a creator as well as the intense work like photography; where people work not just to earn but to keep their years of passion alive in others' precious smile while looking at the touch in their work of skillful hand.