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Friday, March 1, 2013

Has FaceBook lost its "cool"?

The age of the brag is over: why Facebook might be losing teens

"As Facebook has become a real-life social network infested with parents, co-workers, ex-friends, and people you barely know," Rifkin writes, "Tumblr has become the place where young people express themselves."

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What do you think? Has FaceBook lost its edge? And if so, what will that mean for Web series?

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1 comment:

  1. I think this one all depends on who your target audience is. The younger generation seems to be the first to embrace new technology and platforms, and Facebook has become a staple not only for us "old" folks, but also for a lot of businesses. With that much work taking place on the site, it may very well be losing some of its "cool". So if your target audience is young people, getting involved in Tumblr is probably a great move. But if your show is not for the teen crowd, I think Facebook remains a great place to network, interact and promote.


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