Twitter: A Tool For 'Pester Power'

Teens Are Using Twitter To Pester Their Parents

What has happened to ‘pester power’ in the modern day? How do teens hint about gifts to parents or show them the brands they admire?  Wish lists on Amazon may be one way and Pinterest boards, showcasing particular interests and hobbies, another.  iProspect commissioned a study to find out.

Researchbods, an independent research firm, undertook a UK study with a group of just over 1000 people. The results of the study were eye-opening.

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