goo Ranking asked their survey group to choose the times they come to want to quit using SNS (Social Network Services).
Over the 9th and 10th of January 2013 1,072 members of the goo Research monitor group completed a private internet-based questionnaire. 59.4% of the sample were female, 8.5% in their teens, 14.1% in their twenties, 29.8% in their thirties, 27.1% in their forties, 10.4% in their fifties, and 10.2% aged sixty or older. Note that the score in the results refers to the relative number of votes for each option, not a percentage of the total sample.
I’m not much for SNS and it doesn’t really bother me what others think, but if I consider blogging instead, number three has to be my biggest downer!
Q: When do you come to want to quit using SNS? (Sample size=1.072)
Rank Score 1 When I end up getting involved with someone I don’t really want to get involved with 100 2 When I feel bothered that someone else is closely tracking my movements 90.9 3 When no-one reacts to my postings 63.6 4 When I start to become negligent about my daily life 47.3 5 When I see that other people’s postings have more sparkle than mine 42.3 6 When even though I rewrite and rewrite, I cannot write something entertaining 40.9 7 When I realise that all my posts follow the same pattern 35.0 8 When someone says to me “Got nothing better to do, then?” 30.5 9 When it becomes a pain splitting my writing across multiple SNS 29.5 10 When someone I don’t know writes about me 24.5 11 When I get the privacy settings wrong on a message and someone who I didn’t want to see it does 23.6 12 When I feel concerned about keeping in touch with real-life friends, but don’t do anything about it 23.2 13 When I get scared that people will find out I’m an internet addict 20.0 14= When I get embarrassed that I seem to be boasting by always uploading delicious food photos 18.6 14= When I don’t want people to find out who I’m with 18.6