Users in the United States are the most likely to express their intention to leave social networks through their online searches.
Users in these countries are most likely to leave social networks
An average of 3,330 online searches per month is registered by some countries citizens who indicate their desire to abandon social networks. These are data revealed by research carried out by the agency specialized in digital marketing Reboot Online, an analysis that establishes in which countries users are more likely to close these platforms.
The United States leads the ranking with an average of 1,134,400 online searches per month (36,594 searches per day) indicating users’ intention to quit social networks for good. This equates to 0.363% of U.S. internet users wishing to quit.
India ranks second with an average of 497,940 online searches per month. It is followed by the United Kingdom (308,850 online searches), Canada (109,120 online searches), and Australia (97,060 online searches).
There is no doubt that social networks provide endless opportunities for users to connect with brands and people, to be entertained and informed. However, there are also many shadows surrounding these platforms, which can sometimes become toxic environments. To help users limit their use of social networks so they don’t end up cutting themselves off, you can benefit from these tips:
Turn off push notifications
Push notifications overlapping social networking apps can be disabled to prevent our lives from being inundated by those sounds that, more often than not, we are drawn to check. In this way, productivity and concentration levels are more than likely to increase.
Users need to take a break from these platforms for at least an hour a day. According to the agency, this unplugged time is an excellent way to separate from social networks and reduce dependence on them.
Have a productive approach
On these platforms, it can be easy to get carried away with meaningless debates or get caught up in memes or humorous videos, but they can also be very useful platforms for getting informed and learning.