Teens

  • Instagram Rolls Out Suicide-Prevention Tools

    … Instagram took a cue from parent company Facebook with its launch of suicide-prevention tools. The new tools will allow Instagram users to anonymously report when they see posts from friends that hint at self-harm, and those friends will receive messages that read: Someone saw one of your posts and thinks you might be going through a difficult…

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  • Facebook Launches Lifestage Video Profile App for Teens

    … Facebook introduced Lifestage, its new stand-alone iOS app for teens, which allows users to create video profiles and view videos posted by other users at their schools. As reported by TechCrunch, Lifestage allows users to view videos from their classmates in a feed, but the app will only show content to users once 20 people from…

    AllFacebookin Facebook- 9 readers -
  • Teens and ‘Secret’ Apps (Infographic)

    … By David Cohen on Jul. 19, 2016 - 6:00 PM Why are teens flocking to applications that allow messages to disappear after a set time or that allow them to send content anonymously? Rawhide, a nonprofit organization that assists at-risk youth in Wisconsin, examined teens’ use of Snapchat, Kik, Whisper, Yik Yak, Omegle, WhatsApp, ASKfm, Burn Note and Line, sharing its findings in the infographic below, as well as providing tips for parents. Readers: What are your thoughts on the findings by Rawhide? …

    David Cohen/ AllFacebook- 9 readers -
  • Brands Must Adapt to Emerging Social Networks, Apps

    … to know something about the model many of these apps are seeking to emulate. China’s WeChat and South Korea’s KakaoTalk have both gone beyond socialization and become ecosystems that users hardly need to leave. They now include music, commerce and a wide variety of services—including things like booking cabs and buying movie tickets. We’ll likely…

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  • How Is Gen Z Using Social Media?

    … Generation Z is starting to come into its own and distinguishing itself from other generations. Very often we hear talk about millennials using social sites, but Gen Z should be your focus if you’re trying to capture viewers and users in emerging markets. A report from market research firm Fluent examines the online activity of Gen Z, along…

    AllFacebookin Social Facebook How To's YouTube- 16 readers -
  • Cracking the Code to Understand Gen Z

    …. As a result, they are a cautious and realistic generation. They have a strong sense of personal brand and an innate understanding of the risks and rewards of living in a constantly connected world. While many of today’s teens grew up wanting to be on Facebook, by the time they were old enough to have one – it was crowded. It wasn’t the obvious place…

    Inside Facebookin Social- 15 readers -
  • Does It Really Matter Which Generation Spends More Time Online?

    …. However, according to Nielsen data about device use, Baby Boomers and Gen Xers use devices 5 to 12 percent (respectively) more often during meals than Millennials, and 7 to 14 percent more often than teens. While the data is based on general technology use, and not smartphone use specifically, it’s still a strong indicator of distraction. Most…

    AllTwitterin Social- 13 readers -
  • 11 Big Brand Video Strategies to Steal on Your Way to YouTube Stardom

    … stereotypes without too much of an effort. Feature women engineers instead of men, older folks using technology instead of teens, and multiple ethnicities where, in the past, you would have only featured whites. The world is aching for more diverse representations. Be the hero that makes it happen and you’ll gain new audiences – both because you’ll show…

    ReelSEOin Social YouTube- 21 readers -
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