Social online dating for teens
There are so many social media sites out there today, some more niche than others.
Which ones have peaked and then dived into obsolescence?
Teens are constantly using the virtual world to communicate with one another through social networking sites.
According to the Pew Research Center the vast majority of teens (71%) aren't sticking to one site, but are experimenting and using multiple ones.
For younger users, Instagram is more important than Facebook and Twitter. And while Instagram might be the hippest site around, there’s evidence to suggest that its days may already be over as younger users start flocking to even newer social media outlets like Snapchat and Vine.3.
If you’re going to use social media in a sexual way, just remember this: the Internet never forgets.
Social media encourages the development of more extreme viewpoints.
The beauty of social media is that it hands over a lot of control to the end user — but this control is a double-edged sword: it’s great for finding like-minded communities, but it demolishes the diversity of ideas.
Teens need to be made more aware of privacy and security issues.
In general, people just aren’t very good about personal privacy and security, but teens are especially bad with it.There’s a good chance that that racy photo of you will come back and bite you in the rear. We’d love to hear what you think about social media, whether you love it or hate it.