Is Social Media Putting You In Debt?
The days when social media was used to share some personal photos and connect with your closest friends and family are long gone. For the younger generations, that time never even existed. Social media to them has been, and will be, a place where influencers and brands advertise their products and introduce viewers to things they honestly feel like they can’t live without.
Social networking sites drive the internet. In 2018, 78-percent of U.S. adults 18-34 used Snapchat, with 71-percent using the app multiple times per day. More than Snapchat, Facebook and Youtube were the most heavily used SNS platforms with roughly two-thirds of all American adults regularly using the app, three-quarters of them logging on daily.
Appearance Does Matter
Credit Card Debt Among Social Media Users
Recovering From Debt
Many people have put themselves in the negative just to cultivate a lifestyle, but what do likes mean in the real world? The people who truly matter in your day-to-day will be just as happy to share a cup of coffee at the kitchen table as they will be to go on an unforgettable cruise.
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April 19, 2019 at 09:33AM