Maybe you jumped in and now wonder why. Maybe you didn’t understand the implication of “what’s said on the ‘net, stays on the ‘net”…or any variety of other reasons now have you wanting to retract your social media presence.
Now, you can stop that world and get off, unlike the real one.
Consider it your own digital version of Dr. Kevorkian. Oh, and it will let you leave your last words, too.
Yes, pretty extreme, but it’s now a way off the social media merry-go-round. Oh, and once you start the process, it’s a done deal.
Caveat: It only handles this for Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
So, if you’re in the mood to “opt out” of what you got into, go and take yourself out of the game.
Sound extreme? For some, it’s not. This article discusses how major sites, get you in, then your data becomes theirs.