Teens don’t think Facebook is Cool Anymore


Daily Digit is the story behind the numbers that make our world work. Today, we’re looking at something that could be a sign that Facebook is in for more trouble: Teens are turning away from the social network. Ninety-five percent of teens have access to a smartphone, and 45 percent say they are online “almost constantly.” However, according to a recent survey, Facebook’s youngest users (ages 13 to 17) are logging on at a far lower rate than their counterparts in almost every other age group. In fact, the only age group that uses Facebook less frequently are people age 65 and older. But that doesn’t mean teens are shying away from social media altogether; instead, they’re opting for other platforms — such as YouTube, Snapchat, and Instagram.



Source:  Yahoo News

About The Author

Yetunde Onanuga is the Business and Advert Manager for Maverick Multimedia, publisher of Acada Magazine where she doubles as the Beauty and Lifestyle columnist. She’s also the creative Director of Beautyful Beauty Ventures; a Make-Up/MakeOver and Fashion and Style outfit, having make up for the likes of Iyanya, Tayo Shobola, Olamide, Olaide Bakare, Brain and Denrele Edun amongst others.

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