Social Media Addiction: 50% Users Say Goodbye by 2025

Social media has turned people addicted to smart phone. It has a huge impact on our daily lives. A lot of people use social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.
Social Media Addiction: 50% Users Say Goodbye by 2025

Social media has turned people addicted to smart phone. It has a huge impact on our daily lives. A lot of people use social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.

I, You or We.. It is real that, no body will can’t go a minute without looking at our smartphones. However, users are likely to stay away from these freedom-rich social media platforms. Consumers are increasingly concerned about the spread of misinformation and toxic narratives.

According to a recent survey conducted by US base firm Gartner, more than 50 percent of users are likely to stay away from social media by 2025. The essence of this survey is that half of the users are likely to withdraw from social media platforms or significantly reduce their use. This was revealed by a study conducted by Gartner Market Research between the July to August in 2023 with 263 samples.

Mistrust, Lack of Confidence in AI:

According to the survey... 53% of users believe that the current state of social media has deteriorated compared to last year or five years ago. A perceived decay in the quality of social media platforms will drive users to abandon or significantly limit their interactions with social media. Reasons for this perceived decline were the spread of misinformation, toxic user bases, and the prevalence of bots. Over 7 in 10 consumers agree that greater integration of GenAI into social media will harm user experience.

Are You Addicted to Social Media?

Please check with the following profile to confirm whether you are addicted or not. Causes and profile of people addicted to social media that amongst the most widely-recognized points are:

  • Low self-esteem

  • Personal Dissatisfaction

  • Depression

  • Hyperactivity

  • Lack of Affection (A deficiency that adolescents frequently try to replace with the famous likes)

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