My 14-year-old wouldn’t be caught dead on Facebook.
A high school guidance counselor suggested that she and other students follow her on Facebook to stay in touch with posts about potential scholarships and financial aid for college. Rather than create her own account and risk uncool exposure, my teenager begged me to follow the woman.
So I could have told Facebook it was in trouble long before a Global Social Media Impact Study pronounced the social media site “dead and buried” to teens as they move on to Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and other channels.
Read the column at MomsMiami.com.