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Birth DateWednesday, March 16th, 1983 (41 years old)
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Last Online5 months ago on Sunday, December 3rd, 2023 at 12:16 pm
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Latest Post in Abandon Social Media.:

On Monday, July 3rd, 2023 at 3:56 pm, Lexica said:

YouTube is at risk, believe it or not. It's very expensive to run and not enough people are buying their premium service and the ads drive many to use ad blockers, which is financially devastating. Their venture capital may have dried up.

The concept of "social media marketing" is about to crumble. It will just need a decent compilation of statistics regarding sales conversion rates on these sites to seal its fate. Most people don't use social media to shop for things. They use it out of boredom. It's like a habit - a "default" activity people use to distract themselves from unpleasant thoughts or activities or simply when there is nothing else to do.

I think aggressive advertising on social media may have created a doom spiral there. The advertising made people use adblockers, which made social media come up with even more aggressive advertising (e.g. on FB, these days, I've been told, you have to skim through large piles of ads before you see content from your acquaintances), which causes people to use it even less.

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