Research + News | Topic: Email

E-mail Is Useful, But Texting Is Transforming College Campuses

New research shows that texting is the best method of communication to reach college students. So what stops more schools from using it? Read the article here.

Teenagers Don’t Use E-mail – Colleges Do. That’s A Problem During College Admissions Season

Email is not the default for most teenagers, but it remains the primary avenue for colleges to communicate with prospective and current students. Read the article here.

Teens Use YouTube, Gmail More Than Social Networks

91% of US teen Internet users said they used YouTube. Read the research report here.

Facebook, Email and TV are Dying Out As Words Used by Youngsters, Research Shows

Rapid changes in technology are changing the way children give meaning to words in social media. Read the article here.

Survey: Parents Would Prefer Ban on Data Tracking in Free School E-mail Services

Parents are concerned, and often unaware of in-school data mining of their children’s information from e-mail service providers. Read the full story here.

A Consumer’s Guide to Computer Dangers, Online Threats

Lots of helpful information and links from the security center of Norton 360. View the article here.

There’s No Avoiding Google+

Google is challenging Facebook by requiring people to use the Google+ social network in order to use many of their other services. Read the full report here.

OMG! How Teens Respond to Email

ClickZ takes a look at how teens respond to email from a marketing perspective. Read the full article here.