Who you choose, Triond or Facebook?
Being a Triond Freak is far better than being a Facebook Freak
Yesterday I read a statistical data which revealed that ‘Facebook Freaks’ i.e. Facebook obsessed people pop-in their accounts for at least 8 hours daily, which is equivalent to a full working day. They view their accounts for minimum 15-20 times to check out for the status, the pictures they’ve been tagged in, etc. And normal people from the age range of 18-25 spend 1 hour 20 minutes on average.
In start I thought about sharing this info to all my Triond users (and hopefully for some who Google it). But then just telling a statistical data is so BORING! Why not ‘do it the fun way i.e. the ‘Triond way’? Facebook freaks spend 15-20 times viewing their accounts. When I thought about it, it came to my mind; ”I don’t spend 8 hours on Facebook, but I definitely spend 2 hours on Triond from my mobile, and extra 1 hour if I need to write a article and publish it. (Many of my Triond friends would have noticed that I don’t publish on ‘every day’ basis, like 1 article in a couple of days. Call me lazy, but I feel that works out for me anyways.) So maybe I’m a ‘Triond Freak’ after all.
Makes sense my Triond amigos isn’t it? Triond freaks: a good title indeed. Their statistical data revealed that the people of age range from 18-25 spend 1.5 hours approximately. Well, on Triond, people of all ages spend time a lot. And we actually do something far more worthwhile, isn’t it friends? Instead of tagging people, uploading pictures and uploading your status, we publish articles, read other articles, many have something new to learn about, many articles are informative, we actually be in touch with people around the world far better on Triond as compared to Facebook, we comment our views and ultimately if I need to give a catchphrase for Triond, I would refer it as the ‘LEARN AND EARN’ spot.
It’s not like that I’m totally against Facebook. Even I visit it, but to only be in contact with my college buddies and old-time close friends, and that is all. So, I don’t mind to say that Triond seems a better home, if you have a writer inside you. And if you speak about ‘connecting people’, Triond connects people far more better that Facebook I reckon.
So for some Triond fun in a ‘Facebook’ way:
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