Tweens and Facebook

Facebook recently changed their policy to allow 13-17 year olds to post publicly on Facebook. Which is fairly interesting because many of their tween market has shuffled to Instagram.

The whole idea of giving a tween such freedom is quite scary. With the incredible popularity of Twitter and Instagram among the teen market many people might wonder if this is just another attempt to get them to go back to using Facebook more often.

In all honesty, I prefer Instagram for my tween. Even though she’s allowed post pictures with location, her profile can be very private and unlike your Facebook you’re allowed some anonymity.

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This is Kesi Gardner's bio. Here is a little bit of copy about her. She's an ad-woman and all round great person. She's worked with some of the best in the business and is really passionate about advertising and social media. She loves it so much that not only did she teach it but never misses a Superbowl, just so she can watch the commercials. She goes the extra mile for her clients, sleeps about 5 hours per night and is obsessed with making a mark that people will remember. Her philosophy is that aesthetic design does impact the perception and ultimately the value of a brand. She also ran a successful t-shirt business where guerilla marketing and digital media marketing were used to drive sales.

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