Although we do not utilize social networks for entertainment purposes only, we certainly are frequent users of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and Pinterest. It is more accurate to say we are addicted to SEO and RWD as they have become a way of life for us.
I guess we all are addicted to one or another social network. My online "addiction" is obviously facebook, because I can communicate with my friends
I have to confess that facebook annoys me! ;D
You're the first person who tells me this. I think I sort of admire you for that, because, like me, everyone else is addicted to it and it may pass a while until this whole addiction goes away..
I use it for my work and for contests and sales... I use all internet to work, if not I guess I wouldn't use it at all.. when I did mistery shopper visits it was also a tool to send info for my employers.
Some of my friends are also fed up with it 2
Yup I'm addicted to facebook- my drug to live a happy life. I couldn't sustain a day without surfing facebook as i remain connected with my family and all friends moreover i can communicate with so my friends at a time. Having so much fun on sharing my views, ideas & feeling by putting them as my status update... ))
I'm suffering from withdraw symptoms after weaning myself off Pinterest, Foursquare, and Google+. I only stick with LinkedIn now but more for networking ;-)
what is the appeal of foursquare? I saw post on it before but not familiar with it
Not sure, for me it was truly like a drug as I was competing with my friends on FourSquare to see who can "check-in" the most and from the most unique places. I'm glad I got over that ;-)
Not addicted but will use it frequently only when i am idle
Yes. Facebook. But currently Google+ is drawing my attention. And the lastest that is getting my attention is hubpages.com
Yes- Hubpages and Facebook. Well I'm not exactly addicted-like it's not that I can't live without them even for one day but when I do come on-line time flies by and I don't even realize it's so late. I am also am getting addicted to Google+.
No but I admit that social media are so addictive, however we must see to it that not all of our time are allotted to it and do other things that are productive. To know more about addiction rehab, visit us at http://addiction-rehab-treatment.net/su … ounselor/.
by creativedoc 4 years ago
How many of you are addicted to Social Network Sites?
by sir_tallest 5 years ago
Is there really a way of making money from a social network like facebookif there is.....how?????
by Mike Pugh 6 years ago
Which Social Network will be King in 2012? Google+ or FacebookWho do you think is going to win the social networking wars between Facebook & Google+ in 2012, and beyond & Which one do you like most, Explain why?
by Marissa 7 years ago
Is Google+ going to take over as a social network, or is it just like Facebook and Twitter?
by Annie 7 years ago
What make Facebook a cut above the rest, of all the other social network site?
by ArockDaNinja 5 years ago
Are you addicted to Facebook?
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