Teenagers think Google is cool, study by Google finds

The company funded ‘It’s Lit: A guide to what teens think is cool’, which found that it was more cool than Vice, Nike and FacebookToday’s teenagers think Google and Google brands are cool, research funded by Google has found.Google published “It’s Lit: A guide to what teens think is cool”, a “magazine” compiling the results of its research into Generation Z, characterised as those aged from 13 to 17.This is good. Google has conducted a piece of research which concludes that teens consider a web browser cooler than Nike pic.twitter.com/ZtCH3Wl6gHAlso, fan of the fact about 40 teens looked someone straight in the eye and said, "Google? Never heard of it." pic.twitter.com/JoYnyJSjnbOf hundreds of brands Google asked teens about, they ranked the WSJ least cool. Well kids, the bond market doesn't think you're cool either pic.twitter.com/667VlxxK7K"how do you do, fellow kids?" - google https://t.co/OpKspXg9vH pic.twitter.com/o11ee59OG4 Continue reading... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

[ The Guardian | 2017-04-04 00:00:00 UTC ]
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