Unfriending Facebook contacts is becoming an increasing trend. But experts say this trend can affect advertising, which may affect revenue.
Is this bad for Facebook’s business?
For some reason people like to go on defriending sprees where they rid of everyone on their friends list save 20 or so people. It’s happened a few times to me lately.
About 60-100 people have unfriended me since I left high school (two years ago).
No offense, but why do you guys really care? I still don’t get the hype.
I go through and delete people from mine occasionally aswell.
I was nearing 300 friends this past year, and I cut it down to just a little under 200.
If someone deletes me (unless they are a close family member or friend) I don’t really get worked up about it, people are becoming more concerned with privacy issues and I totally understand…
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- missceced said: I feel like if it wasn’t so much drama on Facebook then it wouldn’t be as bad, but humans are humans so what does Facebook expect?
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