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Facebook is Still the Most Effective Platform for Its Users According to This Report

Facebook has come under a lot of fire as of late for contributing to the spread of misinformation along with a wide range of privacy violations that it has committed against its user base. In spite of the fact that this is the case, Facebook continues to enjoy a very high level of popularity amongst all of its users. A new report by Borrell Associates sheds some light, and it reveals that Facebook is still highly desirable as well as effective.

With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that 83% of the respondents to this survey said that they used Facebook. That is much higher than any other platform included in the survey, and another thing to note here is that 41% of its users reported that they find the platform extremely effective with all things having been considered and taken into account. No other platform came anywhere close to these numbers, although Instagram and YouTube performed fairly similarly.

50% of users said that they use Instagram, and 24% of them said that they found the platform to be very effective. YouTube saw much lower numbers with only 28% of users stating that they used the platform regularly, but its effectiveness numbers were still solid at 22% of total users.

Other Meta properties like Messenger and WhatsApp were also ranked as highly useful and effective by users, although reported usage rates were surprisingly low. Only 15% of respondents reported that they used Messenger, and just 2% reported using WhatsApp. These are shockingly low numbers, and they suggest that this data might not be as accurate as one might assume. 25% of Messenger users and 38% of WhatsApp users stated that the platforms were very effective to them.

Meanwhile, TikTok gave a rather poor showing with only 8% of users saying they used it and only 15% of them saying they felt it was very effective. This data only represents a small subset of the wider market, and more research needs to be done before any conclusions can be drawn.


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