I don’t know about you, but I can’t count the number of times I’ve been sitting around musing about the mysteries of the universe and thought to myself, “Gee, self, I wish I spent more time on Facebook.”
Truth is (I hope and pray) that most of us wish just the opposite. Lucky for us, we have the 20 (to 30) percent.
Who are they? The power users.
This elite class of Facebook users are the reason you have “friends,” “likes,” and comments. Basically they define your Facebook existence.
Why? Because they “like,” “friend,” comment, and spend far more time on Facebook than most of us could possibly imagine.
Make fun, but they have more “friends” than you, and most of your other “friends” do too. Now don’t you feel lame?
But it’s not all bad, your slacker Facebook activities have probably garnered you more “likes” than you’ve given, and more “friend” requests received than you’ve extended. Wait, now you sound kind of selfish.
I ask you, just what are you doing with your time?
“Pew study: Facebook users don’t follow golden rule”: USA Today