Are You a Netflix Addict?

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For a small percentage of Netflix users, the company has become the ultimate entertainment destination. These people rely on the site for the majority of their viewing needs. However, there are still others who do not even watch the shows they’ve paid to access via Netflix.

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If you’re in the vast number of those who don’t pay for the service, you might wonder what it is about Netflix that attracts so many viewers. The answer to this question depends on what type of viewer you are. If you’re a casual TV watcher or movie buff, it might be because of its surprisingly good selections of shows, movies and documentaries. If you are someone who devotes a large portion of their viewing time to watching TV shows, movies and documentaries, you might be one of the so-called “Netflix addicts.”

In order to find out if you might be addicted to Netflix, there are a few simple things you can do. To start with, determine whether or not you would describe yourself as a regular viewer of a traditional TV network like ABC, CBS, NBC or FOX, or just as a typical movie viewers.

If you said you watch more TV than most movies, chances are you are viewing online videos instead of conventional TV channels. With over three million streaming videos added to its library each month, Netflix is more like a web site with one stream rather than a huge cable channel, and thus its clientele is much more diverse. While many people who describe themselves as movie watchers have always watched movies on TV, this group may now be viewing streaming videos rather than those movies watched on regular television.

So you’re a regular viewer of TV channels, but you never watch any of those shows you paid for and never expect to watch anymore? Then you might be hooked. Those of you who love reading newspapers may not realize how popular these sites have become, but the recent explosion of news and articles sites has caused news and articles to suddenly become the top searches of the day. Additionally, if you’ve ever wondered what you would think about as a biopic if you saw it in theaters, Netflix is a good place to start.

While most people are one or two clicks away from an article they enjoy reading, the average user is more likely to go to a site that they’ve never heard of before and give it a try. If you are just a Netflix novice, this means being on a speed test. At first, you’ll probably click through all the offers you see, and you might lose your appetite in the process. After that, you’ll come back to check out the fresh content and begin to miss the TV shows you no longer watch.

Many of these websites began as places for movies and TV shows to be distributed by media companies. Today, Netflix is one of the largest suppliers of TV shows and movies online and many of its content producers to work directly with the company to make it easy for them to distribute their videos. To find out whether you are hooked, the best way to do this is to try out Netflix. Try it for a few days and then put your thoughts to the test and see what happens.

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