One-half of mothers on Facebook said they would share brands’ content on the social network in exchange for rewards, while 57 percent said they would like brands’ pages, according to the results of a survey of 647 moms across the U.S. by brand loyalty and engagement platform PunchTab.
With Mother’s Day on the calendar this coming Sunday, Facebook examined the relationships between mothers and their children on the social network, finding that 13 percent of children planned to wish their moms a happy Mother’s Day on Facebook.
One of the main topics concerning Facebook now is whether or not teenagers are getting tired of the site, or are avoiding the social network completely because it’s not cool. Younger users also likely have reservations about joining a site where their parents are, preferring Tumblr and other sites. Right Mix Marketing put together an infographic, offering some reasons why teens may not want to be active on Facebook.
We’re not sure how they find the time, or the open arms, but 44 percent of new, first-time mothers spend more time on Facebook after childbirth compared with before, according to a new study published in the July issue of journal Family Relations.
Marketers, get a load of this infographic full of demographic data about moms on Facebook