In 2015, 24% of kids ages 8 – 12 had their own smartphone while 67% of teens ages 13-18 had their own smartphone. In 2019, the number climbs to 41% for kids and 84% for teens.
In 2019, the average 8 to 12 year-old American kid spent four hours and 44 minutes looking at screens each day while American teens, ages 13 to 18, used entertainment screen media (not at school or for homework) for an average of 7 hours and 22 minutes each day,
65% of parents said they worry about their kids spending too much time in front of screens
YouTube was the most used social media app among teens in 2019, followed by Instagram and Snapchat
Each video session ranges from 12-20 minutes and will include a Facebook thread to engage in ongoing conversation around each topic.
No, they will be released one at a time over the next week. This training content is meant to be processed and not binged, so the release is intentional.
There is no catch, it's absolutely FREE! This training itself is completely free and we believe will help you start getting a handle on social media in your home in the next 7 days!
Nils does have other resources you can purchase after the course like his book, The Social Media Guide. He also has lots of other free resources like his YouTube channel where he uploads new videos weekly.