Facebook users between the ages of 13 and 24 turn to the social network to express themselves by sharing photos, videos, jokes and information about themselves, according to the fourth installment of a joint study by Facebook and culture experts Crowd DNA.
Facebook users between the ages of 13 and 24 own or use at least five different Web-connected devices, according to the latest installment of the social network’s study of users in that age group from 13 countries, conducted by Crowd DNA.
Facebook released the second part of its study of users aged 13 through 24 in 13 countries, with culture experts Crowd DNA, and it found that it was able to divide users in that age group into three segments, based on age — optimists, explorers and realists.
Don’t you hate it when you get blamed for something someone else did? A recent ruling held parents liable for their child’s harassment of another student, but should mom and dad really be sharing the responsibility for their wild child’s reckless behavior? Speaking as a fellow parent, I think the answer is obvious: Hell, yes!
If you have a child of a literate age with computer access, chances are they have a Facebook profile. They also probably don’t want you looking at it. Here are at least 10 reasons why you shouldn’t:
People in the 13-through-24 age group are optimistic, want to learn about other countries and cultures, forward-looking, value friends and family, and use social media to stay in touch with those friends and family, according to a study by culture experts Crowd DNA, commissioned by Facebook.
Facebook’s share of social logins rose 2 percent in the third quarter of 2014 from the second quarter, to 46 percent, driven largely by a 9 percent bump-up in the entertainment category, according to the latest report from customer-profile-management technology provider Janrain, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer.
In a sign that not all the young’uns have abandoned “the book,” there’s a fake news scam spreading like wildfire on Facebook aimed specifically at the under 21 crowd — and if you haven’t seen it yet, you will (assuming you’re connected to any of the aforementioned young’uns, that is). And if you’re not connected to many under-21 folks, be sure to share it so it can spread and be shared joyfully by those who are!
And if you’re NOT connected to many under 21 folks, be sure to share it so it can spread and be shared joyfully by those who are!
Reports of the demise of Facebook’s teen user base have been greatly exaggerated, at least according to Forrester Research, which reported that the social network performed quite favorably in its recent survey of 4,517 U.S. online users between the ages of 12 and 17.