When you are considering the purchase of a social network or a social support network, it is often important to look at the cost.
If you are shopping for a social media or a support site, you might want to consider whether the social network is worth the price, according to research from online financial firm LendLease.
LendLeased surveyed 1,000 US consumers, asking them about their purchases.
The company found that most people buy social media platforms to help them connect with friends, share pictures and posts, and find other people online.
However, when it comes to social support services, the average cost of a single social media account was $1,400, compared to $2,500 for a Facebook account.
Lend Lease found that the average value of a support service was $3,000.
Social media is growing at an average of 10 per cent a year.
A recent study by the US-based Pew Research Center found that social media is used by 1.5 billion Americans and the average age of a user was 32.
Langley said it was not surprising that people use social media to stay in touch with family and friends, as there are many other people who also use the service.
“It’s a way to connect with family members,” he said.
“I think it’s a great way for people to communicate with each other.”
Langler said the main reason people use these services is to stay connected.
“There are some people who use it for business purposes, or they have friends who use them, or for a quick online hangout,” he told ABC News.
“People can find people that they know through their social network.”
But the majority of people use it to get to know one another.
“The main reasons for using social media are to connect, share and get advice from people who have similar interests, he said, adding that social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter are a good example.”
Social networking has been used to get advice and help, and to see what people are doing on a social level,” Langley said.
Loan rates for social support sites vary according to how much money people spend.
For example, an Australian consumer who spent $20,000 on a Facebook page would get $1.70 for every $1 they spent.
A person who spent just $1 on a Twitter account would receive $2.60.
However, Langley stressed that there was a wide range of social support service costs and said the costs of the sites could vary.”
The more you use them and the more your friends use them it will be more affordable for you,” he explained.”
What we do is, as a society, we want to spend less, and that is a good thing, but there are other people out there that want to go further.