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The Social Networking Effect

The Social Networking Effect

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Jonathan N. Bertrand is the Pioneer of Social Media Awareness and founder of the Global Touch Foundation Inc. Introducing Various terms such as his "Triple Conscious Theory" and " Social Media Dependency Disorder".

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This podcast is a discussion about the progress made over the course a 1 year and 7 month , the challenges and accomplishments thus far ushering in the new generational theology of social media. Visit: www.TheGlobalTouchFoundation.org

Jonathan Bertrand speaks about his perspectives on relationship in this generation

Bertrand is a pioneer of Social Media Awareness and introduces various new terms such as his "Triple Conscious Theory" and " Social Media Dependency Disorder

Krisin Walker talks with Jonathan Bertrand about the 1 year marker since making history at National Council Of Behavorial Health, introducing Social Media Awareness and Mental Health News Radio Network, as acutal companies and... more

Visit: Website: www.TheSocialNetworkingEffect.com Testimonial: Just fifteen years ago, social networking usually involved a table and a beverage; a good week might result in connecting with 20 or even 30 people. Today, a person can... more

We all have a purpose for creating a movement or a worthy cause ? This is Jonathan N Bertrand's reason for creating The Social Networking Effect Movement

Our organization's primary objective is to bring awareness of the Perils of Social Media. The key elements we intend on exploring are listed above. We are currently building a platform to introduce these components to the Educational... more

Jalen, give a highschool perspective on the impacts of social media covering various topics you normally wouldnt hear unless your in high school. Jalen is a senior about to graduate to attend college.

Andreas disuccess the power of automation in the tech world and how the current generation shouldnt be judged but accepted.

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