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…. While less destructive, their constant fixation on the small screens doesn’t make mom and dad any happier. According to a Think with Google study conducted by Ipsos, my cousins’ behavior is par for the teenage course. The fact that 71 percent of 13-17 year-old smartphone users spend more than three hours a day watching mobile video is mind…
… mean that it’s time for marketers to drop everything and bet it all on Snapchat, though. There are still traditional industries that use pen and paper, still companies that drive revenue with direct mail, still an ROI for many companies doing traditional media. In fact, traditional marketing is growing in its ability to segment and target members…
… Now you can buy real, smiling, happy shiny people all over the web, courtesy Facebook. Today’s summary covers the past two weeks of worthy reads, with a strong dose of the Internet’s twin titans Facebook and Google. I’ve also been busy writing on Searchblog, so you’ll find three of my own pieces highlighted below. Facebook’s new Atlas is a real…
It's an idea with staying power: Teens are abandoning Facebook, moving on to messaging apps, and leaving the social network to their less-cool elders. The notion picked up steam last October, when Facebook signaled that there was a slight reduction in youth use of the network, and since then it has become almost a truism among social media professionals and other smart observers.