Last October 4, Hundreds of millions of people were unable to access Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp for more than six hours; underscoring the world’s reliance on platforms owned by the Silicon Valley giant.
But think about what would happen if Facebook never came back? Imagine if frightening hacktivists may have had enough of the website privacy abuses and succeeded to knock Facebook offline forever. Whatever the reason for the disappearance, the infamous social network is no longer available and will not be replaced. How would you handle it? What comes next?
While the average user, after grieving the loss of Facebook, will eventually move on, the loss of Facebook would have serious implications for businesses that use it to market. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves – if Facebook disappeared tomorrow, first the mass migration would begin.
Users would find new homes, and businesses would follow.
If Facebook fell, the torch would be passed to a new and better version of it, or maybe an up-and-coming social site. Businesses that market on Facebook isn’t going to let 2.85 billion potential customers walk out the door without following them. However, it took Facebook a couple of years before it finally introduced the business-friendly Facebook Pages feature in 2007. If people, especially those running businesses, start to move to a new site en masse, that opens up a whole host of issues like how best to feature businesses, and whether companies should even be allowed to use the service. For a time, businesses would have to start depending on their own websites and blogs to relay news and stay connected with fans.
Businesses would turn inwards.
Study on consumer habits found that 81% of shoppers researched companies and products before making a major purchase. Most businesses treat Facebook as their central hub of information. They post positive reviews, discounts, news – it all gets put up onto the wall. Facebook’s untimely end would mean they’d lose that hub, and savvy shoppers would have to go somewhere else to check out the company. Twitter is a good backup, but that 140 character count maximum seriously limits what you can post, and the UI isn’t very conducive to marketing. Businesses, however, can control the content that goes up on their own blog, so that’s probably what they’d use for their new hub.
The market would be altered.
According to a study of consumer behaviors, 81% of buyers investigate businesses and goods before making a significant purchase. Businesses use Facebook as their primary source of information. Positive ratings, discounts, and news are all shown on the wall. If Facebook went away too soon, they’d lose that hub, and astute buyers would have to look elsewhere to learn about the firm. Twitter is a decent backup, but the 140-character constraint severely limits what you can say, and the user interface isn’t particularly marketing-friendly. Businesses, on the other hand, have complete control over the information that appears on their own blog, therefore it’s most likely what they’ll utilize for their new hub.
Of course, Facebook is not going away tomorrow, but this “what if?” scenario is worth considering, and it definitely compares favorably to some significant social marketing issues. Some firms and social marketers are overly reliant on Facebook. Take into account the following hypothetical circumstance when people begin to visit other social media sites outside of Facebook. Work on increasing the number of places where your brand has a social presence. Diverse social networks imply different audiences to reach out to, and you should never let one site consume all of your marketing efforts.
Facebook has helped to create a brand for many individuals and businesses. Moreover, it’s a major source of entertainment for people around the globe. Since Facebook is a global social networking site available in various parts of the world, location is not a barrier.
Also, with the Facebook translation feature, you can easily connect with Facebook users from different countries and with people who speak a variety of different languages.
Facebook is arguably the most powerful social media and social networking site out there. You can use Facebook to connect with your family, friends, work colleagues, and you can even meet new people on Facebook.
Most people who know how to use a computer and the internet have a profile on Facebook. Moreover, it’s easy to find like-minded people by seeing their interests, and you can easily connect with them using wall updates, private messages, and video chats.
In today’s situation where pandemic limits our movements, it is better to connect with people virtually in the comfort of your own space. In Camella Manors, you will surely enjoy staying inside the community as it gives you the exclusivity and privacy to relax and detach from the crowded city – without traveling outside.
What is Camella Manors?
Enveloped with hundreds of Caribbean pine trees, Camella Manors is set to redefine the real estate landscape in the key cities across the Philippines.
Did you know that there is a pine-estate condo community on the best island in the world? Have your home at Camella Manors Verdant, today. On the other hand, a pine-estate condo community is thriving in the province of Negros Occidental which is Camella Manors Bacolod.
At the heart of the CARAGA region lies the very first pine-estate condo community in Butuan which is Camella Manors Soleia.
Mindanao has seen the beauty of Camella Manors’ very first pine-estate condo community that has earned reputable real-estate recognitions which is Northpoint Davao. Finally, Camella Manors Frontera is rising to introduce another pine-estate condo community in the Buhangin Area in Davao.
What makes Camella Manors a value-for-money investment besides having resort-themed amenities and its value appreciates over time is its pine-estate nature. This is what Camella Manors stand out in the market.
Imagine having a premium asset in an affordable home. Since pine trees are rarely seen in a condo development, Camella Manors is surely an attractive investment to start with.