A lot of people are now reporting on the The Tween & Teen Lifestyle Report that just came out and found, "In contrast, the time youth spend online continues to grow. During a typical week, teens spend an average of 12.5 hours, up from 10.7 hours last year. 'Tweens spend an average of 6.5 hours online, compared to 5.2 hours last year."
It also found, "Among online activities, sending and receiving email is at the top of the activity list, followed by instant messaging and playing a simple game. Popular Web sites among teens include YouTube, Facebook, Google and MySpace, while 'tweens named sites such as Webkinz, Nick, YouTube and Disney."
I don't think this is particularly interesting, except if it gets more decision makers to realize how much of tweens and teens lives are spent online.
Someday hopefully myfirstpaycheck.com will be on of the post popular sites for tweens and teens too, but we're getting closer everyday.
If you're trying to reach tweens and teens online and are trying to figure out how to do it - we can help, feel free to shoot me an email.