Why facebook?

December 12, 2011 4:26am CST
Why do you think Facebook is such big hit? Once there was orkut in India. People were crazy about it but slowly it has become an abandoned networking site and Facebook is becoming popular day by day. Is it because FB started with a range of games?
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@tiina05 (2319)
• Philippines
12 Dec 11
hello, Yes, Facebook is a big hit in all season because it is unique and nothing cant defeat it. You know because it has a lot of functions. Like you can games, communicate with friends, relationship, and post to your wall. Something like that really attract people because it makes different. The only thing is that you cant earn there unlike here in mYLOT.
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@nezavisima (7418)
• Bulgaria
12 Dec 11
I do not know honestly do not know why people waste time with sites like Facebook have no explanation. perhaps because people relax or just enjoy the games. maybe facebook is so popular because many people have registered and can connect with old friends. perhaps precisely because of this. nice day.
• India
12 Dec 11
yah people can connect with others but there are other networking sites also. But, the other sites are hardly as popular as FB is.
@megamatt (14329)
• United States
12 Dec 11
People do not like to think too much. That is the biggest reason why Facebook is a hit. It can allow them to sit back, leisurely, chatting with friends, playing games, sharing links, venting about life, all in one stop shop. Granted, there's nothing really wrong about that, it is just that I'd rather do something that I deem to be far more productive with my time. Facebook is what it is. It really is something that really does play to the vast majority of society. Due to the fact that is a rather simple and easy to use, to jump right onto. Facebook is slowly losing a bit of ground right now and when new, bright and shiny things catch on, people will migrate to that. Humanity across the globe do like their new things after all and Facebook will lose its appeal. In fact it might be, although its won't be noticeable for another year or so.