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Submitted by Vyralize 785d ago | opinion piece

Monetization killing Social Media

Vyralize: In a bid to cash in on the power of social media, many companies like Facebook and Twitter are slowly ruining their service for many. (Services, Web)

Vyralize  +   785d ago
yea, it sucks! Ads spammed across my Facebook all the time!
In2iti0n  +   785d ago
That's exactly why I don't "like" many pages on Facebook, so it gets more difficult for them to target me as a potential customer, and therefore, less ads to me.
aiBreeze  +   785d ago
I'm surprised it's taken them as long as it did tbh. Hopefully they'll get too greedy and drive enough people away for something new without money as a priority to come and take over.
TheFallenAngel  +   785d ago
I know. I hate when I gotta wait 15 seconds or more to watch a video that is like 10 seconds long.
Soldierone  +   784d ago
Or an ad to watch an ad..... "Come look at the new movie/game trailer, but first watch this trailer for something else!"
Mathew9R   785d ago | Spam
SilentNegotiator  +   785d ago
Going corporate worked for absolutely no one.
Soldierone  +   784d ago
Why invest in a website? Its not a company, its a website. Facebook offers absolutely nothing once all its users go away, and they are going away..... fast.

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