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Facebook reached its peak in the UK and is now regressing.

Postby Rob H » Wed May 01, 2013 10:37 am

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Re: Facebook reached its peak in the UK and is now regressin

Postby Nick » Wed May 01, 2013 12:37 pm

I would think that Facebook stand more chance of taking over the world than disappearing. Only 10 mins ago a contractor contacted me via FB, and there are several people (including 1 child) who I contact via FB rather than e-mail. It is very well designed, and offers practically everything that you want from the internet. I can believe that there are people who never leave FB & probably never will.

That doesn't mean that I am a fan personally - I'm not, but I do recognise that it has tapped into what people want.
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Re: Facebook reached its peak in the UK and is now regressin

Postby Rob H » Wed May 01, 2013 1:44 pm

Nick wrote:I would think that Facebook stand more chance of taking over the world than disappearing. Only 10 mins ago a contractor contacted me via FB, and there are several people (including 1 child) who I contact via FB rather than e-mail. It is very well designed, and offers practically everything that you want from the internet. I can believe that there are people who never leave FB & probably never will.

That doesn't mean that I am a fan personally - I'm not, but I do recognise that it has tapped into what people want.


I happen to agree with your opinion. For those inclined to do so, you can filter a lot of the 'noise' even without un-friending people. I suspect that the drifters are people who a) Went for a look and don't get it b) Never use it or any other SM c) GRQ marketeers who couldnt wait for the $$$$$
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Re: Facebook reached its peak in the UK and is now regressin

Postby Lynda » Thu May 02, 2013 10:27 pm

I rely on Facebook to have daily visual contact with my grandchildren. Their parents never fail to post photos of their latest achievements and misdemeanors.

I was also contacted via Facebook by my last living relative on my mother's side. Actually, my last living relative on any side aparts from my sons and grandchildren.
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Re: Facebook reached its peak in the UK and is now regressin

Postby Don » Mon Jun 10, 2013 10:21 am

Facebook is brilliant for me to stay updated with family, in fact I chat to some of them through there more than I did when we were almost neighbours :lol:

Sometimes though my Mum does complain about me filling her feed with adverts :oops: (sorry Mum) :D
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