Teens may not have plans to ditch Facebook any time soon, but recent polling found that they’re spending more time with YouTube than the social network.
In a November 2013 study by The Intelligence Group, nearly three-quarters of 14- to 18-year-olds in the US said they used YouTube “frequently,” compared with 60% who said the same for Facebook. Those ages 19 to 24 accessed YouTube more than Facebook, but there was just a 1-percentage-point difference between the two. The 25-to-34-year-old age group was significantly more likely to use Facebook than YouTube. Read the rest at eMarketer.