Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 31, 2014
Teen blogging community, StageofLife.com, asked thousands of junior high, high school, and college students about the importance of YouTube in their lives as part of its monthly international writing contests and teen poll.
The student survey results revealed the following statistics about teenagers and YouTube:
–49% of teens have uploaded a video to YouTube.
–33% of teens who answered “yes” to uploading a video have submitted one video, 48.7% of teens have uploaded 2-5 videos, and 5% of students have uploaded more than 26 videos to YouTube.
–77% of teenagers subscribe to a YouTube channel. For those students that subscribe to a YouTube channel, 1 out of 3 teenagers subscribe to a channel in the “Music” and “Popular on YouTube” channel categories. The least popular YouTube channel categories for teen subscriptions are “Sports” and “Movies”.
–63.5% of teenagers watch YouTube daily with 34% watching multiple times per day.
–37.4% of teens have clicked on a YouTube advertisement while watching a video.
–64% of teens have shared a YouTube video on Facebook, Twitter or other social media.
–1 out of 2 teens primarily watch YouTube to laugh and be entertained with funny content vs. 18.5% who watch primarily to learn new skills or be educated and 31% who watch primarily to stay up to date on the latest music and entertainment from their favorite artists.
–75% of teens seek advice through YouTube channels / videos on topics important to their daily lives, e.g. relationships/dating, teen trends, advice on how to do new skills such as creating new hairstyles, etc.
–80% of teens have high school teachers or college instructors who use YouTube for educational purposes in the classroom. 20% of teens indicate that YouTube is not used by their teachers (12%) or is not allowed in their school (8%).
–YouTube in our World82.4% of teenagers have shared a YouTube video with their parents.
–27% of teens are “Not Aware” of YouTube’s copyright laws.
–71% of students say YouTube influences our culture a “great deal” verses less than 1% who say “not at all”
–16.6% of teenagers say finding success on YouTube is “very easy” vs. 44.5% who say it’s “somewhat easy” and 39% who say it’s “not easy at all.”
–91.4% of teens feel that, overall, YouTube is a “positive” part of our society.
Over 4,700 students visited the essay and survey page about YouTube and hundreds of teen bloggers submitted a personal essay to StageofLife.com sharing their thoughts about the role of YouTube in today’s society.
The winning 1st place student essay, YouTube: Exploration, Inspiration, Manifestation, Creation was submitted by Philip Kim from Paramus, NJ. When asked about the writing contest, Kim said “I love writing because it gives me a medium to translate my ideas into comprehensible form. In this age of texting, emails, and the like, writing allows me to connect with people at a deeper level.”
Stage of Life also selected a winner from its Short Short Story Twitter contest which tied into the graduation writing prompt. The winning entry came from @realslimfaydy who Tweeted, “I see music and hear faces of people from around the world, unimaginable in years past. The world is in my fingertips.”
Winners from the writing and Twitter contests received gift cards from StageofLife.com educational corporate sponsors Applebee’s, IHOP, Papa John’s, and SpaWeek.com.
To read all of the essays and download the full Teen YouTube Statistics report on this and other monthly writing contests and teen trends, visit StageofLife.com.
StageofLife.com is a privately funded, startup company founded in 2009. The website’s mission is to change the world, one story at a time. The site welcomes nearly 1,000,000 teens, teachers and parents each year as it provides an international writing community and resources for today’s teen, Millennial, Gen X, and Baby Boomer generations.
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Wichita, Kansas (PRWEB) August 30, 2014
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Treating patients with debilitating conditions such whiplash, headaches, sports and work injuries, neck and lower back pain, disc pain and sciatica are just a few services provided at Drake Chiropractic.
Conveniently located in the heart of Wichita, Kansas across from the Town East Mall, Dr Jeff Drake has recently upgraded his equipment and now offers the most advanced state of the art chiropractic techniques. This includes electrical muscle stimulation, short wave therapy, intersegmental traction, cervical traction, cryotherapy, and most importantly, the DRX9000 spinal decompression system, the true non-surgical, non-invasive therapy that has treated hundreds of patients with herniated discs, bulging discs, degenerative discs disease and leg pain. He is proud to offer the DRX9000 to his patients, and has already begun seeing fantastic results from this treatment. It is especially helpful to those experiencing chronic pain, or those who may fear the standard chiropractic adjustment and treatment.
Have pain associated with diabetes, peripheral artery disease, kidney disease, or heart disease? Neuropathy is a term used to describe a dying off of the nerves and blood vessels primarily in the lower legs and feet, but secondarily in the hands, eyes and internal organs. Drake Chiropractic also offers neuropathic therapy to patients suffering from these conditions.
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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 27, 2014
Los Angeles tech public relations firm PMBC Group is pleased to announce a client relationship with Private.me, a new privacy platform that features a free secure Internet search engine and online privacy tools that give users control over their personal data and their digital trail. Through its patent-pending solution, Private.me encrypts and fragments users data and distributes it to a geographically dispersed system of servers so that a users data is not stored in a single location or accessible without the users permission.
Private.mes solution is an invaluable tool in empowering Internet users to take back their privacy when searching online, said Ola Danilina, CEO and founder of PMBC Group. Our media public relations campaign for Private.me will utilize media placements in consumer, technology and business press to help educate consumers about protecting their privacy.
Private.mes free Internet search service is unique among existing search anonymizers because it uses a system of servers managed by independent entities, so that no single entity holds all of a users data or can access a users data without a users explicit consent. This system allows a user to save and access their search history, keeping the information they want for their personal reference. In addition to the companys web search service, Private.me offers users a control panel that lets individuals decide what information providers and data marketers can see and for how long.
Through an easy-to-use dashboard, users can grant access to their personal data by a third party on a continual, temporary or blocked basis. This places users in a privileged position between providers and their personal data and prevents user data from being accessed by third-party marketers or unauthorized data collectors.
The team behind the launch of Private.me comprises a prestigious group of data privacy experts including 35-year information security veteran Dr. Stan Stahl who has worked to ensure the security of some of the U.S governments most guarded communications.
About PMBC Group
PMBC Group is a fast-growing public relations agency based in Los Angeles, with offices in Beverly Hills. PMBC is dedicated to delivering tactical, results-driven public relations campaigns that build brand value and advance immediate and long-term business goals. PMBCs success-proven formulas are designed to navigate the modern media landscape utilizing a collaboration of new and traditional media to achieve strategic media exposure to reach key consumer audiences, industry influencers, investors and other constituents that matter to our clients. PMBC is comprised of a team of professionals of varied backgrounds from public relations, journalism, social media, merchandising, product development, venture capital, entertainment and hospitality. For more information please visit PMBCgroup.com.
Private.me is a data privacy and security company that allows Internet users to control access to their personal data through its free online search site. The technology is a first of its kind, as it offers a robust Internet search functionality and gives users the ability to save and revisit their search historiesall with complete privacy. The company uses a patent-pending process to encrypt, fragment, and distribute user data to secure servers governed by nonprofit organizations. Private.me launched in August 2014, in Los Angeles, California, and is owned by parent company Standard Clouds, Inc. which developed the technology platform. For more information, visit http://www.Private.me.
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San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 25, 2014
Top San Diego pain management clinic, Sorrento Valley Pain Relief, is now offering over ten effective knee arthritis treatments to help patients avoid joint replacement. The new additions to treatment include hyaluronic acid injections, TENS units and unloader braces. Call (619) 500-1573 for more information and scheduling.
Knee arthritis affects tens of millions of Americans, and can produce significant disability for individuals trying to participate in recreational activities and daily living needs as well. With knee replacement being a last resort, elective procedure, it is vital to have sufficient nonoperative options for pain relief available.
Sorrento Valley Pain Relief has assembled lots of treatment options for patients including physical therapy, which can strengthen up the muscles around the arthritic joint. This can lessen pain significantly along with ultrasound, electrical stimulation and TENS units.
In addition, Sorrento Valley offers chiropractic manipulations and stretching exercises. If indicated, the pain clinic in San Diego offers unloader knee braces. These shift the knee stresses to the non-arthritic areas and lessen pain nicely.
The pain doctors at Sorrento Valley provide both medication management and interventional treatments for knee arthritis. This may include oral or topical pain medications, along with steroid or hyaluronic acid injections.
With so many treatments to customize for patients, Sorrento Valley is often able to help patients avoid or at least delay the need for joint replacement. Most insurance is accepted, call (619) 500-1573 for more information and scheduling with pain management San Diego trusts!
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) August 22, 2014
Las Vegas welcomes travelers to celebrate the achievements of Americas great laborers this Labor Day weekend with a diverse array of fun-filled events. For those searching for a relaxing holiday getaway or those gearing up to party all weekend long, Las Vegas promises the weekend of a lifetime this Labor Day.
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Seattle (PRWEB) August 16, 2014
Firefighters and medics at King County Fire Station 20 need supplies to effectively serve our entire south Seattle / Skyway neighborhood. That is why residents at The Lakeshore, a retirement community located at 11448 Rainier Avenue South in Seattle, are rallying neighbors, family and friends for an all-you-can-eat Hawaiian buffet fundraiser at their annual Luau on August 22nd from 2:30pm to 6pm. Tickets are $ 10 each and all proceeds go directly to King County Fire Station 20.
The money raised at The Lakeshores Luau goes directly into our general fund allowing us to buy medical supplies to help people in immediate need of care, says King County Fire Station 20 Public Information Officer, Dave Nelson. We are grateful for every dollar raised and see direct results from this effort right here in our greater Skyway community every day.
The luau is open to neighbors; advance reservations are appreciated. Reservations can be made by calling The Lakeshore at (206) 772-1200, or by visiting http://www.eraliving.com/communities/lakeshore.
About 250 people are expected to attend, including residents, their families, friends and neighbors. All are welcome to enjoy:
Benefit buffet: $ 10 all-you-can-eat island-style roast pork, ono sweet ribs, grilled salmon with mango, Hawaiian side dishes, and tropical fruits and cakes for dessert.
Vacation atmosphere: Mai Tais, leis, tikis and a gentle breeze by Lake Washington.
Live entertainment: Hula dancers and three hours of live Hawaiian music.
The luau is an annual tradition at The Lakeshore, and this year we decided to add more aloha spirit with the all-you-can-eat buffet to benefit the firefighters and medics in our community, says The Lakeshores Executive Director, Susanne Rossi.
With beautiful views of Mt. Rainier and Lake Washington, The Lakeshore offers a warm, vibrant lifestyle, an array of amenities, active life-enrichment programs, and exceptional Independent Living and Assisted Living care.
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