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teens burnt out on facebook - what's next?

     

bwnbwn

1:09 pm on Nov 2, 2013 (gmt 0)

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Myspace==SEO at the time MS was the top dog any respecting SEO had to get the MS going for the website to get that social action going.
Enter FB that caused MS to crash and burn. Now all we here in SEO land is ya gotta have social.

Well SEO land here is a prediction I knew was coming.

"I used to log in to Facebook every day," said Uvieghara, a Murrieta, California, native and freshman at Arizona State University. "Now, I go, like, once a week. On my news feed, I rarely see posts from my friends and I have not posted things on my wall in the past year."

Full story-- [cnn.com...]

More and more people are getting burnt out on the social.

Now my billion dollar question is what's next? This I want to launch....

jimbeetle

5:03 pm on Nov 2, 2013 (gmt 0)

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More and more people are getting burnt out on the social.

No, it's not more and more people, it's more and more teens. And they're not getting burnt out on social, they're getting burnt out on Facebook.

Instead, he said, mobile apps like Facebook-owned Instagram, and Vine, Twitter's video tool, are where teens increasingly go to share.

So, for your social marketing efforts you have to know the demographics of your site visitors and target the social networks they use.

jimbeetle

10:47 pm on Nov 12, 2013 (gmt 0)

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Here's a good article [forbes.com] about where teens are going for social.
 

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