Id say about 10 years, then something totally innovative will come
meh, 3 years
it took less than 5 for myspace to lost 50%
Cool post bro!:DSupp
I'd say.. around a year =)
Supp Bro :D Cool post bro!
well, according to current trends, 3 years minimum.
Id say a couple of years.
Give it 5 or 6 years, if the next big thing is right around the corner.
Not sure how a social network could get much better than Facebook. I don't think something better will come along, people will just get sick of it.
nice blog bro supp'n ya
I like this, awaiting your next update!
true, very true
i hope it's sooner. ppl r addicted as fk to that place. now following bro.
i hope never!!!
I hate fbook.
What site would be next though?
facebook is here too stay
It's here foreverrrrr
I'm not going to lie, this is a very good question. The answer I'd give is: it will quickly change into something more innovative, but it will be here for good.
There's only one way to know, and find out..Wait. :P
When ever the next big hit comes around!
I hate f'book, though I have one. 2-3 years maybe.
It depends on whatever the competitor has to offer in Privacy and Features, but right now Facebook is king for the meantime.
never cause there gonna be some 13 year old girl blogging about the flavor of doritos her add ass is eating and what hair scrunchies shes gonna wear the need week
not sure,Can't tell right now.
give it another three years. something new will pop up.
Something new and more hypnotizing will pop up. And grab the entire audience in half the time Facebook did. The way it all works kind of depresses me.
8 years its gone, 3 years it is forget
What about...BLOGS!? dun dun dun
I don't think the idea of facebook will be lost anytime soon, social interactions on a large scale are the next step of social evolution for our species. But Facebook will lose followers once something better comes out
I thought the same thing about Myspace, now its almost non-existent. It's only a matter of time.
Facebook isn't going to be gone until someone comes up with physical virtual emails. Yeah, I know what I is talkins bouts.