Do you know what teens are doing on social media and what this means for your marketing? Here is the 2015 US teen social media use with charts to guide you.
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Though coming from a business perspective, this is an excellent breakdown of the 2015 Pew Research Center’s Teens, Social Media & Technology Report from Heidi Cohen. Armed with this info, it's a great opportunity to have some discussion about your teen's usage that can help teach and train them to manage their social media life in a way that helps more than hinders. They may be digital natives, but as a parent, you have more life experience. The most effective way to engage your kids with social media is to engage with them face to face.
When it comes to teens and their social media habits, there's some great news and some not-so-great news. It can make your child a fast learner, but it is also associated with a host of psychological disorders.
How does a parent best raise a teen growing in a culture of constant communication they just don't understand? A social media expert offers tips for communicating with teens who are constantly plugged in.
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