What Motivates People to Unlike Brands on Facebook – VR Marketing Blog

Have you ever noticed how seriously people take their ‘friendships’ on Facebook? Deleting, “unfriending,” or “unliking” someone or some business can be taken as a serious blow. And, as little as we’d like to admit it, being removed from someone’s Facebook world is a kind of big deal. So why do people do it? Simple… You annoy them.

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Baby pictures, overly pushy political or religious posts, and TMI Too Much Information status updates from friends are just screaming for a ‘delete,’ but as a business or brand on Facebook, what causes followers to flee? According to Lab42’s latest research, 73% of social media users “unliked” a brand because of the following reasons:

  1. Brands posted too frequently
  2. The consumer stopped liking the brand
  3.  A bad customer experience

But don’t let this discourage you, as social media users still find brand Facebook pages highly valuable. According to the study, 87% of people on Facebook “Like” brands, 82% of people think Facebook is a good place to interact with brands, 75% feel more connected to a brand on Facebook, and drum roll please… 50% of consumers think a brand’s Facebook page is more useful than a brand’s website!

It’s apparent that brand Facebook pages are valuable and important, but how do we ensure people don’t do the unthinkable and “unlike” our business? Simple… Don’t annoy them.

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