DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/953kz7/how_tweens_and) has announced the addition of the "How Tweens & Teens Use Social Media" report to their offering.
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With a click on any of these three words, tweens and teens influence trends and brand recognition - and determine the "next big thing".
The report How Tweens & Teens Use Social Media shows how these savvy, multi-focused trendsetters interact with social media and how brand marketers successfully intercept their fragmented attention. This comprehensive report provides you with hard data and definitive analysis, giving you the invaluable information you need to promote your core business through social media programs.
In How Tweens & Teens Use Social Media you will learn:
- How leading brands integrate social media while using corporate partners for youth events and activities.
- Which traditional sports league is using social media to entice and engage more young fans.
- In what way teens stream, download, and record content.
- How top companies use social media to keep sponsorships relevant to tweens and teens.
- Which social media brands are most valuable in tweens' and teens' eyes.
These days, life without technology and social media is unfathomable - for tweens and teens more than anyone. Tethered to their electronic communication devices, social media serves as the foundation of all their activities - from playing games to sharing photos to cultivating a social life, and of course, to weighing in on the "next big thing."
Do you know:
- How much time tween girls spend, on average, playing online games?
- What percentage of teens rely on text messages to communicate with others?
- What major brand has an 80-year relationship with the Olympic Games and which car maker has sponsored Little League Baseball and Softball for 15 consecutive years?
- What time of day works best for American Eagle Outfitters, Kenneth Cole, and Old Navy when posting on Facebook?
How Tweens & Teens Use Social Media provides you with hard facts from more than 60 sources, along with definitive analysis from the editors of Youth Markets Alert, giving you the invaluable information you need to promote your core business through social media programs.
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/953kz7/how_tweens_and