Facebook is at its lowest level of popularity among youth culture today than at any other time in its history. What’s even more revealing however, are the growing percentages among younger demographics that are simply not interested in using Facebook at all. According to our latest round of consumer market intelligence from 2014, more than […]
Snapchat Spat-Back Facebook’s $3 Billion Offer While Youth Markets Remain Key Asset
Facebook’s clearly losing its cool, and as we’ve revealed in our Fall Youth Culture Study 2013, there are other social networks that are taking over what was once considered insurmountable. With the recent news that Snapchat refused a $3 billion offer from Facebook, it’s making Facebook look even more like a MySpace. Even though Facebook […]
Yahoo Buys Tumblr for $1.1 Billion—What This Means for Youth Culture Social Network Fans
Yahoo’s back in the game with the recent confirmation that it is indeed buying Tumblr for $1.1 billion. According to CEO David Karp, “The product, service and brand will continue to be defined and developed separately with the same Tumblr irreverence, wit, and commitment to empower creators.” Interestingly, as Tumblr fans heard about the new […]
Top Social Network Attractions and Shifts in Youth Culture Preferences—Fresh Data from Label Networks’ Upcoming “Digital Lifestyle” Summer Youth Culture Study 2012
Label Networks’ Summer Youth Culture Study 2012 is well underway, revealing significant changes in youth culture patterns and preferences when it comes to social networks, new platforms, usage patterns, internet, cell phones, features, and video gaming habits. One of the most remarkable shifts in the last year and more specifically, the last 6 months, is the […]
Facebook’s IPO vs. Changes in Key Social Networks and Features Most Liked Among Youth Culture-Understanding Shifts in New Media Patterns
As social networks try to stay one step ahead of the largest market that uses the medium, it’s important to see which features are most important to specific demographics and why.
Facebook Moves Towards Becoming a Music Platform and Adopts Twitter-like Features
In anticipation of F8 Summit, Facebook is rolling out the latest news: possible partnerships with Spotify, Mog, Rhapsody.
Youth Culture Shifts in Social Networking Indicate New Media Patterns Are In Full Swing -Fresh Data from Label Networks’ Summer Youth Culture Study 2011 -Back-to-School
Preferences in social networks, number of accounts, key features and usage patterns are all changing yet again, especially for younger demographics indicating the need for fresh business strategies.
New Youth Culture Study Reveals New Trends and Opportunities in Fashion, Footwear, New Media, Technology, Communication, Entertainment, Sports, Spending, and More
New Signs Identify Next Wave of Social Network Preferences Among Youth Culture–Young Girls Leading the Change
Label Networks’ 11th Annual Spring Youth Culture Study 2011 reveals significant changes in social network preferences, communication, technology, and new media patterns among youth culture.