Infographic: What are teens sharing on social media?

24 Jun

Submitted by Social Media Influence One Comment

Teens are a tricky market, flitting from one big thing to the next, speaking a language those past 21 can struggle to interpret. But they’re the consumers, users and decision-makers of the future, so it’s an area worth persevering with.

This handy infographic from Babble should help. Detailing exactly what teens are sharing on social networks, it also provides some interesting insight into the way young people use their channels. For example, 26% say they post false information in order to protect their privacy, while 20% opt to display their cell phone numbers publicly. Take a look.


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