None of My Friends use Facebook
Insights from a 13 year old girl as to why Facebook is losing teens
- None of My Friends Use Facebook Insights into why Facebook is losing teens
- 13 year old New York teen Ruby Karp posted a story earlier this week on Mashable explaining why she thinks Facebook is losing teens...
- “By the time we could have Facebook we were already addicted to Instagram”. “When I was 10, I wasn’t old enough to have a Facebook”
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- Facebook was this thing all our parents seem to have “My only friend is, like, my grandma”.
- All of our parents and parents’ friends are on Facebooks “It’s not just the fact that I get messages like, Hello sweetie pie!”
- My friends post photos that get me in trouble with those parents “If my mom saw I was at a party with drinking, even if I wasn’t participating, I’d be dead.”
- Facebook is also a big source of bullying “Kids might comment something mean on a photo of you, or message you mean things”.
- “people like the simple design better”. Look at something like Twitter, where it’s four buttons
- Facebook takes your interests based on what you’ve "liked" and put ads on your feed “No offense, but when I’m looking through my News Feed I don’t really care about Pantene’s new product”.
- Teens hate it when people try too hard; it pushes them away. It’s like if my mom told me not to do something — I immediately need to do it. When she forces something on me, I really don’t want to do it. Facebook has been trying too hard