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  • US Gen Z abandon Facebook for more creative platforms
  • US Gen Z abandon Facebook for more creative platforms
    Natasha Kasim (2018) ©
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US Gen Z abandon Facebook for more creative platforms

Research shows YouTube, Instagram, and Snapchat are more popular than Facebook among American teenagers. As the platform becomes more institutionalised, its user base is ageing and younger users are switching to more exciting and visual platforms for self expression.

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