Facebook and Twitter Are Old News to Young People

Social-Media

When it comes to their social media preferences, U.S. teens are about as loyal as Brutus was to Caesar. Back in 2013, Facebook was still their social network of choice. In 2014, Instagram took the throne for a while before being replaced by Snapchat in 2016. Now, in the spring of 2018, Snapchat is the clear number 1 for teens in the United States, with 45 percent of the 6,000 teenagers polled for PiperJaffray’s bi-annual “Taking Stock With Teens” survey naming it their favorite social platform. 26 percent of the…

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Do you know what is the difference between Hamburg Burger Emoji?

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Emoji Communicating and messaging are closely related to it. Laughter, tears, food, love, everything can be expressed with emoji. Emoji’s appearance changes according to the organization. Such as hamburger emoji Apple, Facebook, Google’s Emoji look different to everyone. Have you noticed that who and where the cheese has been kept? Apple: Hamburger Emoji is the most lively and completely original apple. The burger on the lettuce, the chest on it. Google: Google has trolled on Hamburger emoji Twitter The cheeses have been placed below the cloth. Eat burgers ever? Microsoft:…

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Twitter employee deactivates Donald Trump’s account for 11 minutes

CLEVELAND, Ohio — For 11 minutes Thursday, Donald Trump was cut off from his favorite form of communication. Trump’s Twitter account was deactivated just before 7 p.m., apparently by an employee who was working a final day with the social media company. Through our investigation we have learned that this was done by a Twitter customer support employee who did this on the employee’s last day. We are conducting a full internal review. https://t.co/mlarOgiaRF — Twitter Government (@TwitterGov) November 3, 2017 Twitter initially said the account had been “inadvertently” deactivated…

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The world’s most successful companies that hardly make any profit

The world's most successful companies

HUGE COMPANIES WITH TINY PROFITS Twitter, Snapchat and Uber are prime examples of companies that developed new technologies or innovative business models and quickly become household names. And though it might seem like everyone and their grandma is using these businesses, many are not actually making any real money yet, as we’ll show you. TWITTER When Twitter announced it was going public in 2013, it was the most hotly-anticipated IPO since Facebook, and many predicted a similar jump in its stock price. The company was valued at $14.4 billion (£10.9bn),…

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