Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp stopped working in various parts of the world, but there could be a solution according to Warner Bros.Facebook is the most popular social network in the world, with more than 2.13 billion users. Instagram, meanwhile, has just over 104.7 million users and it is expected that some 1.6 million will be added this year. Lee: Report on Taiwan Mobile Database social networks’ new fall of Facebook and Instagram, adrift? Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp stopped working in various parts of the world, as can be seen from reports on the specialized website Downdetector.
The first, stranded its 2.13 billion users and has not yet put a solution to all its functions. The second, it has not managed to completely restore your system. The last one presents a failure in the sending and reception of audios and images, mainly. All three are transcendental because of the position they occupy in people’s daily lives. In Mexico alone, Internet users spend an average of 7 hours connected a day and through 2.68 devices. In fact, they use an average of 4.09 social networks and the functional user segment connects 20 percent more to the networks than in the global parameters. Under the HT #facebookdown #whatsappdown and #instagramdown, a global conversation has been generated about the massive failure, leaving Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp badly off and boosting the reputation of Twitter and Telegram, which have not presented failures and which end up being the alternative for the users. Even the medium for brands, which have had Brother Cell Phone List to modify their plans and concentrate their efforts on Twitter. The example is Warner Bros. Pictures Mexico, whose digital team came up with the idea of continuing to promote Shazam by proposing the solution to #FacebookDown, WhatsappDown, and #Instagramdown as follows: Shazam will be the seventh production of the DC Extended Universe, released by Warner Bros. in 2013 and which collectively has grossed more than $ 3.76 billion, according to data from Statista. Other brands join in with funny tweets to change platforms. For example this invitation to follow them on MySpace.