With facebook’s 10th birthday approaching, the social networking site seems on the surface of it to be as popular as ever, however underlying gripes are starting to creep in amongst its users. Aside from the significant increase in adverts appearing in and around the news feed, there are also numerous reports of people being fed up with the way their so called friends use facebook. Continue reading
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Facebook has become one of the most popular websites on the web today, with an average of every one of five page views leading to the site itself. According to statistics, women use Facebook more than men and are 2 times more likely to appear virtually “tagged” in an uploaded photo of themselves. Using Facebook today is not only possible with desktop access, but it can also be utilized with mobile phones and applications. Continue reading
From it’s launch in 2004 till now, no one can deny that Facebook has changed the landscape of social interaction in particularly among young people. It has spread like an epidemic all over the world engulfing almost every teen and employee that comes in it’s way. Constantly being connected to people does make one feel very good. There are, however, many drawbacks to this magnanimous social media giant.
If your employee has been watching videos of cats instead of finishing the report you gave them last Thursday or your teen has been spending more time stalking someone than something more productive, you are probably a target of Facebook’s unintentional negativity. Facebook can be of more damage than you think. For a look at what is really happening under the hood of the social networking like stalking, decreased productivity, sharing inappropriate information and many more, take a look at the stats.
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Have you ever been *really* irritated of someone and wanted to get rid of him completely: no mentions, no messages from him in your common social media friends’ streams, even no previously sent and replied PMs? Continue reading