|May 6, 2013|
|10 reasons social media has peaked. 8 reasons that's a relief|
|By Rob Petersen|
| After years of significant growth, social networks exhibited mixed results last year. It was bound to happen. Here are 10 reasons social media has peaked. Maybe it concerns you if you are in the social media business, but I will give you 8 reasons that it’s a relief that social media has peaked.
10 REASONS SOCIAL MEDIA HAS PEAKED
• SOCIAL NETWORK USAGE: 24% say they use their favorite social media site less than when they first signed up (Source: Gartner)
• FACEBOOK: Visits were +10% in the 12 months ending in October versus +56% a year earlier (source: The New York Times) [...]
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Users of the official Facebook app for both major platforms Android and iPhone, as well as other handsets manufacturers, have had to dealt with slow loads, poor user interfaces, bugs and other such quirks.
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