On Saturday the 21st of July, 2018, I made the decision to deactivate my Facebook account (They said that it would be permanently deleted if I do not log in to my Facebook account within the period of 14 days).
People around the world are getting fed up of Facebook and they are deleting their Facebook accounts too!
At the moment, Facebook’s main goal is to make money and they are mostly concerned with those major corporations that pay their money to advertise their businesses on their social media platform.
Facebook has lost its zeal for the average user.
People are more interested in the following social media networks:
Instagram (Which ironically is owned by Facebook)
In most instances, it is the younger folks who call all of the shots in regards to the popularity of social media networks. If they stood up on the pulpit and said loudly, “Facebook is outdated — Facebook is old-school; Facebook had its time,” people will listen.
And, come to think of it, the majority of the people on Facebook are approximately around their mid-thirties and older.
The day we bloggers became heavily reliant on social media, was the day we decided that we could not live without it.
Well, the God’s/Goddess’ truth is, that we can live without social media. It is just, that we have grown accustomed to sharing the links to our blog posts on those social media networks that we are a part of.
And, when things do not go as planned with our social media networks, we lose our sanity.
Could you remember what life was like before you joined those social media networks?
Oh, sure you do!
Life was much simpler for us and we did not have to worry about what transpired on those social media networks.