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I read technology articles quite often and see plenty of authors attempt to dissect or describe the teenage audience, especially in regards to social media. However, I have yet to see a teenager contribute their voice to this discussion. This is where I would like to provide my own humble opinion. This article will not use any studies, data, sources, etc.
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Social media has given teens the ability to instantly connect with others and share their lives through photos, videos and status updates. Teens themselves describe these platforms as a key tool for connecting and maintaining relationships, being creative, and learning more about the world. But they also must contend with more negative aspects of social media use, such as drama and bullying or feeling pressure to present themselves in a certain way. Relatively few teens — around one-in-ten — say they share things related to their personal problems or their religious or political beliefs on social media. There are some age and gender differences in the topics teens share on social media. And older girls are especially likely to post about a variety of subjects — including their dating lives, their family, their emotions and their religious or political beliefs, compared with older boys or younger teens. Although the proliferation of smartphones has given teens the ability to constantly share different aspects of their lives, this survey finds that many teens regularly forego posting selfies, videos or other updates of their lives to social media. Notably, in each instance close to half or more of teens say they rarely or never share these types of posts on social media.
By technology reporter Ariel Bogle. All he needs to do is gaze into his smartphone camera, as if you were in the passenger seat, and there it is: TikTok content. The short form video app has quickly become influential — sending songs to number one and making stars of its early adopters. And while school was out over the summer, Harvey, 16, was building his TikTok presence. He now has more than 1 million followers. Based in Melbourne, the professional model says POV or "point of view" videos are one of a few good ways to engage his audience on the app — mostly teenage girls his followers are more than 90 per cent women, according to his TikTok dashboard. And with it, comes fame: "At this point, almost every time I see a girl between the ages of 13 and 15 and she looks at me, she suddenly goes, 'TikTok'. His mother Sharon, who sometimes helps film, thinks the charm of POV clips is that they can be anything. About school or friends, funny and relatable.