Maybe we have too many social networks.
I mean, think about it. Facebook and twitter. Instagram and Vine. Quora and Google+. Yelp and Foodspotting. And on and on and on.
You need a scorecard just to keep up, and an entire afternoon just to be remotely relevant on any more than one on two.
I’ve read more than one article this week about younger people rejecting Facebook.
I think it’s just a matter of time before more people are migrating to something else. Who knows what that is. But if I’m feeling that way, I can promise you, it’s already happening.
I must have more than 100 apps on my iPhone. Truth is, I don’t think I use half of them. And I have no plans to.
So I’m opening this up for discussion, because I am really interested in what you think: which social networks/apps are becoming less relevant? Which should I close out or delete, and which should I keep? Which do you use on a regular basis and why?
I don’t want to hear any brand-bashing. This is not meant to take jabs at anyone. I’m just really interested in what others are thinking.
Leave a comment below!
*This post has been amended to accurately reflect Shankman’s prediction on Yelp. Thanks Peter!