Do you think social media site like Facebook will still be popular in the future? Why or why not?
Facebook is very popular as a social networking site. By the click of your finger, you can reach out to friends and relatives - ask and give advice, follow up development in family matters as you can reach out to them even if they are living far away from you. It is like instant socializing.
Do you think that this will not go away or Social media sites like Facebook is just a fad?
We can only hope the ceo's of these network's have killed over and kids are outside playing with sticks again.
it will fade out and something else will come along. Look at crocks.....
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