That’s according to a new study by research firm eMarketer, reports CNBC. The study says younger users are ditching Facebook in favor of Snapchat at an increasing rate and that currently less than half of Americans aged 12 to 17 use the social network at least once a month. The study also says that it …
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That’s according to a new study by research firm eMarketer, reports CNBC.
Facebook is losing appeal among teens and young adults which is contributing to generally slowing growth for the platform, according to the latest projections from research firm eMarketer. Read More
Facebook is far and away the dominant social networking service in the U.S. -- used by two-thirds of online Americans, according to the Pew Internet & American Life Project. But in a new research report Pew shines a light on a sense...
Is Facebook losing itself to the olds? A new study released from research firm eMarketer predicts Facebook lost 2.8 million users under the age of 25 last year as many of them move to the aggressively youthful Snapchat. More »
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