Web users have started to spend less time on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and, obviously, since you read about it here, Instagram. This message was spread by Daily Mail quoting the research conducted by SimilarWeb.
The company has conducted public polls among thousands of users in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Australia, India, Brazil, the United States and South Africa.
The result was the following: the users of Instagram are now spending 23,7% less time commenting and posting than the year before, for Twitter the number is 23,4%, Snapchat – 15,7%, Facebook – 8%.
The decrease is allegedly linked to the fact that this year the primary position is taken by the messengers, the most popular among which is WhatsApp.
What can be better on a sunny Friday than to chill with a cool beverage surrounded by your fellas? Literally nothing.
Unless you can make something working for you while you’re having the time of your life. Can you guess what it is?
For sure you can, I’ve been telling you that for months. Just launch fast-unfollow, close your laptop, grab a drink and go outside, your buddies are waiting!
Lately, in the course of a brief period, a few series of hacks have been carried out on pretty much every major social network. A huge base of VK logins and passwords, along with other sensitive personal data has been exposed by an unknown group of hackers just a couple weeks after a similar attack targeted LinkedIn. Data exposed in both leaks is thought to be outdated, but the most recent events showed that it’s not entirely the truth.
The target of the hackers in yesterday’s attack was no other than His Majesty Mark Zuckerberg, the ruler of glorious Facebook and Instagram. His login and password were among the leaked from LinkedIn, and it must be said that “dadada” isn’t a very secure password. Zuck’s accounts on Pinterest and Twitter were accessed with this data by OurMine Team, who left a noticeable message about the hack.
Right after the incident, there was information about his Instagram having been hacked, which was later refused. No Facebook-owned medium’s accounts were hit. Also, there was no information about the Google+ account, but it’s unknown whether it had another password or no one just bothered to try.
There’s a lesson to be learned from this situation: with modern digital black market swarming with personal data sellers, you should not necessarily be a billionaire to have to use different login/password pairs for different networks, or you might lose them all at once.
Here you go, take a picture of happy Mark in China.
And now change your damn passwords!
Hello this is your Friday gentle reminder. Summer has come, and that’s the best news in, well, a year. Three months of unbelievable fun, pleasure and leisure, a million thrills to cheer you up, a thousand ways to spend your time. This is definitely not the time you want to waste just sitting on your sofa with your phone, that’s what winter was for. Especially if it’s not about looking at hot models, but unfollowing everybody on your list, right?
Well, it’s been a long since you know a solution to that. And it’s been a while, but not that long, since we started to offer the opportunity to promote yourself effortlessly as well, by just running fast-unfollow completely for free on its promotion mode. Now your summer can be even more relaxed and fruitful. Come, sing up and go famous. As easy as that.