How Do Teens Communicate

August 21, 2012 | By

Today’s youth are the next generation of loyal customers. Those with jobs tend to have fewer financial responsibilities and more disposable income than older generations. To sell to them, it’s important to speak their language. AWeber surveyed 1,000 teens on their social media habits and published the following infographic with the findings.

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How Do Teens Communicate


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Comments (1)

  1. Rob Loy

    As a parent of two teenagers (15 and 13) email is WAY over represented in this study. The younger teens check email once a month or if I tell them in TXT or Facebook that I sent them something. I would say TXT, Facebook, online video call tool and then phone. No one I know or that that know uses g+ either.