• Facebook loses its daily users count, first time ever 

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    Digital Desk: Facebook on Wednesday witnessed a fall in the count of daily users. This fall is the first time ever; Facebook has witnessed this fall.  Facebook reported its first quarterly drop in daily users globally, coupled with lower-than-expected ad development that sent its stakes down approximately twenty percent. The considerable stock decline, which immediately patted out about $200 billion in market worth, reveals that Facebook's corporate rebranding to Meta isn't sufficient to divert investors from issues in its core social media interaction. Also Read: Rannvijay Singha to Replace By a Popular Bollywood Face in MTV Roadies After 17 Years User growth on Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp was not solely face-down in the last quarter. Still, Facebook's primary app lost 1 million daily users in North America, where it causes the most capital through advertisement. A company spokesperson confirmed that that decline was directed to an across-the-board decrease in day-to-day Facebook users globally. The decline to 1.929 million everyday users from 1.93 billion the prior quarter can mirror Facebook's increasing shortage of applicability with young individuals. Meta doesn't break out Instagram's user numbers, though everyday users across all apps increased slightly timid of 2.82, counting 10 million users since the third quarter. Yet, Meta continues to be wildly advantageous, drawing in about $40 billion in returns last year independently, predominantly from advertising. Meta's most significant problem currently is the social media business that delivers for those assets.

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