Has Facebook’s Death Spiral Begun?

February 26, 2008

Something for you all to read. We can discuss next week.

DAVE

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4 Responses to “Has Facebook’s Death Spiral Begun?”

  1. Tasia Says:

    That’s interesting to know, I never really thought about how hard it may be to delete your profile and leave the site. Mostly whenever I begin to deviate from a site, I just stop going, eventually don’t update, and finally forget the password. If more people are beginning to leave facebook, then it’s staff are going to have to figure out a simplier way to delete profiles. I can’t see them wanting to answer endless emails of people wishing to delete their account.

  2. wattsy Says:

    I think soon facebook will be not be as popular as it is in todays world. I think it would be beneficial if there was an easier way to delete your account on facebook – for the people who wish to delete their account. One thing in particular I do not like about facebook is how people pretend to be other people and make accounts. I think there are a number of flaws on this program, but all in all it is free for the consumer to use, and you can tell the creaters put thought into creating it.

  3. Tasia Says:

    Here’s a link to what scoble thinks on this subject. I can’t believe people are getting kicked off Facebook for too much activity! http://scobleizer.com/2008/02/22/is-facebook-doomed/

  4. mellaz Says:

    I use Facebook to keep in touch with friends, friends and it is great for looking up old school mates, colleagues from past jobs I have lost contact with. I have a bare minimum of information on it, and don’t put up anything I would consider sensitive. I am not worried about skeletons in my closet.

    However, I also use it strictly in my own time, and get very tired indeed of constant spamming to add new applications I think this may be one of the factors in the drop-off rate, as the endless application nonsense gets extremely wearisome.


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