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FACEBOOK Fights Back!

FACEBOOK Fights Back!



Is Facebook still popular amongst teens?

Is Facebook still popular amongst teens?



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    FACEBOOK Fights Back! FACEBOOK Fights Back! Presentation Transcript

    • Facebook Fights Back! Is the Social Media site still popular with Teens?
    • Last week 13 year old Ruby Karp posted a story on Mashable about why she thinks Facebook is losing teens...
    • This was followed up by a story by 15 year old Adora Svitak who claimed, “All my friends use Facebook”.
    • Facebook gives you control Adora’s post on Mashable countered all of Ruby Karp’s concerns about Facebook and...
    • Facebook gives you control * Privacy * Bullying * Intrusive Advertising
    • To Get More Insights on the Social Customer Click HERE
    • What does the data say?
    • Going behind the data Even Ruby Karp who claims none of her friends are on Facebook, has a Facebook account...
    • The Move to Discrete Social Networks While youth might not close their Facebook accounts, they’re moving their activities to Discrete Social Media.
    • In short, the alternative to any product is just a click away... What does this mean?
    • The Rise of Discrete Social Media “I have a crush on the office intern.” “I have an unpaid internship. It’s really making me sad that I don’t get paid when I work with idiots.”
    • You don’t know who posted those updates on the mobile app Whisper. You never will. I want to be able to say what I want without being judged
    • The growth in new social media services like Whisper, Snapchat and Path offering a private, untrackable space to connect is a reaction to the increasingly auditable social media services we use.
    • We have identified 6 Reasons behind the rise of Discrete Social Media Use this link to read more about them.
    • http://www.mobileyouthreport.com/presentation