I'm 32 and I use the site. My dads 63 and uses the site, grandmother is 85 and uses the site. Nephew is 13 and he uses it. Not really worried about FB lacking users.... if they execute they will be fine
You mean the ones with no money or jobs. Yeah they are the ones who have to be using the site. Like it or not, and I don't use it much, it is huge and captures information on customers that other companies can only dream about.
all my grand kits have FB , I am 56 and have over 300 friends from all over world included 30 co workers , we share our life , pictures , vacations , places to eat , birthdays , investmens and everybody ideas and sugestions , I am sorry , but You must be lonely private individual .
I don't see how you have time for vacations, going out to eat, birthday parties, or making intelligent investments if you manage a facebook account. People don't even have time to make supper if they work 40 hour weeks. You must be talking about the unemployed then, who cannot afford an internet connection that would have the time to manage a facebook page from the library?
I'm in my 40's and funny thing about Facebook is all my friends who have been online since the early 90's refuse to use it, especially tech savvy people. Most of the friends I had on Facebook are the ones who work lower paying jobs (or on unemployment), got a computer post 2000 and have to call someone to fix their computer when they get a virus.The same type of people also spen hours on YouTube and Twitter.
I recently deactivated my account because honestly, Facebook has nothing for me except to waste time when I could be making money in that time. I have plenty of real friends in real life, not a bunch of fake online friends. As for keeping in touch with family, that's what a phone is for. It's not like you pay for long distance calls these days anyway.
To say somebody is lonely because they don't use Facebook is an oxymoron. Most people using Facebook are lonely, seeking attention they're not getting in the real world.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
That is the thing, everybody is on face book except for me because I don't care. What I do care about is making money so I am long FB. As I noted recently, my 71 year old wife is on fb along with her friends from all over the country and my children and grandchildren are and my great grandchildren soon will be. Over a billion people and still growing. The potential here is out of this world. The only question is if FB can take advantage of that potential. Maybe it can't but I am willing to bet on it because the potential is huge.
I don't agree,, I'm 63 have almost three hundred friends, love FB but its getting old for me! My youngest 26, has opted out for almost a year and just started back,yes it's great for somethings but getting Boring and to much drama for most grown up's you call closeoutville Lonely? real life is more than FB