You could lose Facebook friends due to 'over-sharing' of photos, links, updates: Study
London, June 21 (ANI): A user is likely to lose his/her friends on social networking sites such as Facebook because of over-sharing, a new study has claimed.
The survey by discount website MyVoucherCodes found that too many status updates, bombarding friends with photos and 'liking' too many pages were the main reasons people gave for cutting virtual ties with a friend.
According to the study, which covered 1,750 British Facebook users, 46 percent of those surveyed said they had 'unfriended' someone for posting too many status updates containing excessive information, The Telegraph reports.
"It can become too much if you see the same person updating their status every time you log on," the paper quoted MyVoucherCodes chairman Mark Pearson, as saying.
"It's important to remember it's not the be all and end all," Pearson added.
The study also showed that half the people surveyed said they had hidden people from their News Feed to deal with oversharing, rather than removing them completely as friends. (ANI)
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