Do you know anyone that doesn't have a facebook page?
What is their life like? How do they communicate with friends?
By the way, are you asking about facebook page or profile??
Anyways my answer stays same for both..
I know loads of people who don't have facebook, they communicate the same ways people did before the invention of facebook, via telephone and face-to-face communication. In my opinion Facebook is overrated as a way of communicating.
I always hear about older people not using Facebook, but what surprised me was that many younger teens choose not to create a Facebook page, or simply don't use it if they created one. About a month ago, Twitter overtook Facebook as a more popular social media source for teens, and Instagram (which is owned by Facebook) and Snapchat have seen huge increases in popularity. It seems lots of people prefer the simplicity that many of these platforms seem to offer.
I don't have a facebook page but I do have a facebook fan page to promote my business and hubs. I do miss out on a lot as 99% of my family is on fb. However, I still use email 99% of the time to communicate with friends and family. As for my life? Very full and very busy, always in communication via cell, email, Twitter, LinkedIn, and face-to-face contact 7 days a week. I'm good without fb.
Count me in...I had one for years but now I don't have one and I'm wuite happy about it!
My best friend doesn't have a facebook, he has no time for fb and he texts people instead of facebooking.
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