Best Social Media Sites That Will Never Die


The Top Ten

1 YouTube YouTube is a global video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California, United States. The service was created by three former PayPal employees in February 2005. In November 2006, it was bought by Google for US$1.65 billion.

It's been through many downgrades including removal of the classic studio & editor along with direct messages & creator verification. Many YouTubers are making pointless videos basically for views & money & there's so much negative drama & too much hate along with the fact that YouTube's algorithm is ruined, videos can no longer exceed 12 hours in duration & many creators are facing demonetization. It's a disaster & all proves YouTube is dying & will pretty much be dead not much longer than 15-20 years. - SamanthaRosie

One day it will (not a youtube hater)

Yup, since there are so many downgrades going on, like taking away the classic studio & editor along with direct messaging & creator verification. Yet they downgraded the time limit of videos to 12 hours & are changing the Terms of Use that increases the risk of demonetization. There's no way YouTube will survive much longer than 15 years with all these bad changes going on. - SamanthaRosie

If there is one social media site I would go to for the rest of my life, I would definitely go to this on my free time. Well, as long as it is not going to have problem, it will almost certainly not die. - Frogg

It's been around almost 14 years. Damn.

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2 Instagram

It's been around for 9+ years & grew more popular than Snapchat (after SC's 2018 downgrade) but then it started going downhill after removing the following tab in some places along with the like counts from public users. - SamanthaRosie

I love it. I love it. I love it. - CamAsff

It was good back then, but now it's turned to garbage after they hid the likes from the public. - SamanthaRosie

OK, Instagram is a TERRIBLE Social Media, if you report a bug or person, they don’t do anything, it keeps temporarily blocking me from doing anything only because I followed ONE person, people say don’t follow more than fifty people right? WRONG! That’s BS, every time me getting blocked is over, I follow one person, guess what happened? GOT TEMPORARILY BLOCKED! - Ar0nT0pTeNz05

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3 Facebook Facebook is a corporation and an online social networking service headquartered in Menlo Park, California, in the United States.

Facebook was once friendly & while that's still happening, it's more of marketing now. They became the biggest social media app in the number of daily & monthy users, yet even rivaled the peak of MySpace & eventually went downhill. - SamanthaRosie

What because they got rid of the message board? People use Pages more than Groups?
Facebook is ok.

This is why I don't have Facebook and I'm planning to have a profile at all. Plus, there is no point of having Facebook at all in my opinion because:
1. It's public, not private and others can see your photos, videos, comments, etc.
2. Some people can know a lot of information about you and can easily stalk you.
3. Everyone knows that one you post something on the internet, it stays there forever.
4. This is very sad: Some who have been cyber bullied had ended their own lives because of bullies don't know when to quit and they think that it's fun to troll others, when it's not.
But it's people choice if they want to have Facebook or not and it's not my business!

Honestly Facebook is kinda bland these days - jameshoward

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4 Twitter Twitter is an online news and social networking service where users post and interact with messages, "tweets," restricted to 140 characters.

It's pretty much a common knowledge it'll keep lasting until they decide to make downgrades such as removing important features. - SamanthaRosie

5 Snapchat Snapchat is an image messaging and multimedia mobile application created by Evan Spiegel, Bobby Murphy, and Reggie Brown, former students at Stanford University, and developed by Snap Inc., originally Snapchat Inc Snapchat was made in September 2011

It already "died" in 2018 after they changed the layout & algorithm. It still exists but many people don't use it anymore & even the most famous influencers like Kylie Jenner quit it. It ended up like MySpace. - SamanthaRosie

6 Tumblr Tumblr is a microblogging and social networking website founded by David Karp in 2007, and owned by Oath Inc.

It went downhill after Verizon sold it. - SamanthaRosie

7 MySpace

It went downhill after Facebook grew more popular & they changed the layout & it got sold to companies. - SamanthaRosie

Died in like 2010

Sadly it's dead - jameshoward

Do people still use this?
Like the original Bebo.

8 Whisper
9 YouNow

It's been around 8 years (since 2011) & its still going strong. - SamanthaRosie

10 TheTopTens TheTopTens is a website created in 2005, which is used to write top ten lists, where anyone can vote, comment, and write posts about the lists.

It went downhill after they changed the layout & features along with limits & many users deleted their accounts & left. - SamanthaRosie

In 2018 a lot of people deleted their accounts on there

Admit it, you love it here... - Rocko

The Contenders

11 Reddit

It was good until it was invaded with too many bullying comments. - SamanthaRosie

12 QMPeople
13 FurAffinity

Ah yes lol ^w^ - 0w0uwu

14 xHamster
15 Deviantart DeviantArt is an online artwork, videography and photography community. The website was launched on August 7, 2000, by Angelo Sotira, Scott Jarkoff, Matthew Stephens and others.

It was like the best site for making & showing artwork until weird people got into fights & posted sexual pictures publicly & the chaos just kept getting worse. - SamanthaRosie

16 Patreon

It's been around since 2013 & it's still the same as is. Though it's not a free app & you have to pay to become a member, but you always had to in the 1st place since its launch. - SamanthaRosie

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