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
Tech Giants Competition Heats-up: Google to Launch Fashion Site; Yahoo to Hire 400,000 Contributors, Expanding Crowdsourced Content; Facebook to Launch”Non-Email” Email
Launching into a week of major announcements from the tech giants of the world which could lead to major changes for tech-savvy youth culture.
Advertising Preferences and Youth Culture -Changes in Most Preferred Methods Reveal New Opportunities for Reaching Target Markets
Fresh data on ad type preferences among 13-25-year-olds reveals where things are headed when it comes to effectively reaching specific demographics.
Changes in Advertising Effectiveness in Youth Culture:”Since companies have to advertise, what type do you prefer?”
Fresh data from Label Networks provides new insight on what type of ads are working best and the distinct preferences based on certain target demographics and how things have changed in the last 6 months.
Google, Facebook, MySpace Continue Scramble to Create a Business Model by Tapping Music Marketshare from Apple
Giant social networks are sick of watching Apple make a killing off music and they’re jealous as hell. Not to mention that they still don’t have a business model%u2026yet. Plus fresh data from LN’s Fall Study on music and technology.
Why China’s Social Networks Make Money and Ours Don’t -Taking a Look at Youth Usability Preferences
In China, top social networks make money -we’re talking billions. And no, it’s not all through ads. Label Networks explains how, plus why you should know the leading social networks among youth culture.
Youth Culture Study Reveals Recession Impact and New Market Trends in Fashion, New Media, Sports, Entertainment, Spending, Lifestyle Traits
Label Networks%uFFFD highly-anticipated Spring Youth Culture Study 2009 is released, providing fresh insight on youth culture trends.