7 Reasons Why I Deleted My Facebook Account

Are you spending to much time on Facebook…Do you need to delete your account. Sadly …I can’t afford not to be on at the moment. It is my main business site though perhaps that will change at some stage in the next few years.

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Lately, Facebook has been in the news a lot, and I’m reading lots of articles comparing it to favourite social media websites of the past such as MySpace, LiveJournal and Friendster. Has it, too, had its day?

I’ve had a love/hate relationship with Facebook since I can remember. At first, I was very reluctant to join. Did I really want everyone knowing what was going on in my life, where I was, what I was doing, who I was with, etc., etc., etc.? I mean, there are other ways of finding out that information, isn’t there?

As an author, I know I should be using Facebook to help promote my book and my blog but, just over a year ago, I had decided enough was enough and finally gave Facebook its marching orders.

Here are my seven reasons why I deleted my Facebook account.

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4 thoughts on “7 Reasons Why I Deleted My Facebook Account

  1. spalukaitis says:

    I’m torn between logging off Facebook for good, or continuing with its madness. I like the updates and inside stories I receive about interests of mine, but can do without the food pics and CONSTANT status updates from people I haven’t thought about or seen in twenty years…one day I hope to have the courage to pull the plug and escape from the Matrix. One day…

    • claire plaisted says:

      I suppose as my business grows i will stick to my business pages…I’m not on my personal FB page much…like many i get fed up with various posts. If i could just have messenger on in the background without FB then i would.

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