In a blow to conventional wisdom, the reputable Forrester Research unveiled a study of over 4,500 teens between ages 12-17 that stated that about 50% of them are using Facebook more than they did a year ago. Facebook started in college campuses and blew up among the youth, got so popular among the general population that it stopped being cool and popular, and now could conceivably be moving back to popularity. This has to be somewhat of a relief to Facebook as they're facing challenges on all sides from Snapchat and other photo sharing apps and needs to continue to get some good news. Facebook has to continue to gain more young followers to make up for people who end up quitting Facebook or using it less frequently, so this is good news for them. If Slingshot proves popular and lasting, this will also help generate even greater usage numbers.
So, do teens think Facebook is cool again? June 24, 2014
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