An increasingly innovative study conducted by an online services agency of the local networking marketplace has revealed that the ubiquitous display of profile pictures used by the average person on social media apps and sites, just so happens to be two years younger than today. Social networking sites are usually the first sight that people conquer at first glance in their day.
Categorically, an ambiguous number of people manipulate their profiles and status on a daily basis, whereas, there is a high probability that the displayed profile picture could be an object of the past, up to four years.
To spread through increased curiosity, Bidvine it’s surprising to conduct a speculative survey to highlight research on people’s idiosyncrasies regarding their social media appearances. Therefore, the 2000 members who indulge themselves with the British network site day after day are closely watched and ironic results are arranged.
Additionally, the study concluded that people who engage with media apps like Grindr and Tinder that fall under the criteria for online dating, consist of users who make stale profile picture changes (every 2-3 weeks). On the other hand, profile photos belonging to users of social media applications such as Facebook and Instagram last about 5-6 months.
Found profile pictures have very little chance of being updated live on dating social media. As such, profile pictures inserted by users joining these sites are reported to have a lifespan of around 3.2 years for clients of Match.com and an average of 4 years for customers of Many Fish, when it comes to the transition process. .
Illustrated below are some authentic calculations of profile picture change ranges, made through precise responses from 2000 members, who ended up participating in the survey.
- Grinder – 2 weeks
- Tinder – 3 weeks
- WhatsApp – 2.5 months
- Facebook – 5 months
- Instagram – 6 months
- SnapChat – 8 months
- Twitter – 1.8 years
- LinkedIn – 2.1 years
- Lots of Fish – 3.2 years
- Match.com – 4 years
It might be disconcerting to admit that 11 percent of the profile photos of the audience we surveyed had a lifetime of more than ten years and were still active. Participants were also asked a simple question, “If you don’t change your profile picture regularly, why do you think you do?” and most notably (62 percent) of all the answers admittedly, it is very difficult to come up with a photo that brings joy and glory to someone’s life. On the other hand, almost half (49 percent) of participants said they wanted to appear younger.
Research also revealed that 25 percent of people who were randomly selected, would not have the courage to present their display photo in front of their senior colleagues.
Exploring and outlining the results, Sohrab Jahanbani, CEO of Bidvine.com is reported to have illustrated:
“Given the regularity with which people change their profile photos, it seems that older, more conventional dating sites and networks that people use professionally, such as LinkedIn and Twitter, are falling behind, while younger single people are more likely to want them. to use a more recent photo.
“It seems that people don’t change their photos because they have trouble finding a photo of themselves they like. So, using the largest network of local professionals you can hire in the UK from Bidvine.com, we’re offering free photos all week starting October 10 in London to give a fresh look to both site and app profiles. As we all know, whether it’s for a wedding or a corporate headshot, professional photos make all the difference. We will announce other cities and dates soon.”