What will be some of the most important social media trends in 2014?
More and more social media is making it’s way into our lives, disrupting those special moments spent with loved ones, destroying productivity during one of the worst recessions in history and ensuring life becomes a series of meaningless status updates and check ins.
In this post, we reveal what we at The Potato feel will be some of the biggest social media trends and predictions in 2014, to ensure you stay ahead of the curve when it comes to online marketing efforts.
Snapchat founder Evan Spiegal will begin working in McDonald’s, after he rejected a $3 billion offer from Facebook for his perverted photo sharing site last year.
Evan will spend 2014 trying to serve Big Mac Meals in under the elusive 10 second mark.
2: The Web Summit
The Web Summit will solve the WiFi crisis that plagued the event in 2013, by getting an additional 50,000 volunteers to man the RDS with USB keys. If attendees would like to send information, they can grab a volunteer and upload the information to the memory keys.
The volunteers will then physically travel to the desired location for them, even if it’s thousands of miles away.
It’ll still wind up being a faster and more reliable service than last year’s wireless Internet that was provided.
Facebook will be declared it’s own independent tyrannical state, with Mark Zuckerburg as it’s unforgiving leader. It will go on to declare war on the West, as the rest of the world slowly starts to realises that Facebook is one of the most addictive substances on earth, that’s eroding the productivity of the global economy and keeping us in a recession.
4: The iFoetus
A 12 week old unborn foetus will become the world’s youngest app developer and make more than 12 million dollars in 2014 before it’s even been born. It’s ground-breaking app, The iFoetus, will track the kicks delivered by unborn babies and share them via the foetus’s social media profiles.
The unborn baby be invited to speak at international technology conferences about the impact it’s iFoetus is having on the unborn market.
5: Google Brain
Google will launch their patented Google Brain application, that will directly affect and control the thoughts inside your mind.
Google Brain will begin serving people tailored video advertisements inside their minds, based on the scanning and gathering of their deepest, inner most thoughts.
6: The NSA
The NSA will launch it’s very own social media site to compete with Facebook. Called “Just Give Us All Your Fucking Information You Knob”, it will feature a number of creative applications. Users will be able to log in with their finger prints and their profiles will be built using deep psychological evaluations and DNA samples.
The service is expected to been compatible with Google Brain, ensuring that it becomes the most invasive social media service yet.