Close to half of Snapchat’s adult members are aged 16-24, with over three quarters aged under 35.
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All save a couple were of Yahoo users attempting to prey upon teens.
Zero of these users were found in user-created chat-rooms. It is because our organization doesn't bother working user-created chat-rooms. It's a complicated answer that you won't find in your average story about Yahoo closing user-created rooms.
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Astonishingly, the average person will spend nearly two hours (approximately 116 minutes) on social media everyday, which translates to a total of 5 years and 4 months spent over a lifetime.
Despite this impressive growth, Snapchat may still post modest scores on a global scale but as we’ll see below it’s where the platform has been booming – and among what audiences – that is key. Half of online teens now have a Snapchat account Snapchat’s true power lies in its demographics and, specifically, its appeal to the youngest internet users.
Among the much sought-after teen demographics (here 16-19 year-olds), it’s now 1 in 2 who have a Snapchat account at a global level and in North America this figure reaches as high as two thirds.
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As GWI’s data shows, the platform’s growth since 2013 has been striking.