Mature, Facebook is losing subscribers in its first countries
The first social network in the world has lost 6 million members in the United States and 1.5 million in Canada, according to the independent firm Inside Facebook. Nothing to worry about, according to Christine Balagué, teacher and researcher at Telecom Paris Tech school, which sees a decline in natural service mature after seven years of existence. Indeed, in the Internet field, the dropout rate is between 1% and 2% on average and Facebook registers 7.6 million customers lost over 687 million, or 1.1% loss. The teacher, however, advocates of the social network to focus more on customer relations in order to retain the hearing.