Teenage women’s sites have a much higher percentage of females as subscribers than boys’ sites, according to data from the website and social media analytics company LifestyLed Co. That’s because girls, by and large, like to share photos and videos on social media and engage in more “interactivity” on sites than boys do, according the company.
LifestYLed has tracked how these sites’ users interact with each other since they launched in 2012, which can reveal the gender gap in terms of interactions and interest in the sites’ content.
And according to Lifestyd, the average gender gap is about 3.5% for the top sites.
Among the top 10 sites, the most popular demographic are boys, with boys coming in second place.
The data also shows that the average age of users is significantly lower for girls, at 16, compared with 17 for boys.
The sites that are most popular for girls are Instagram, Vine, Facebook and Twitter.
On average, girls share videos and photos at the younger age, and Instagram has about 5% more users than boys.
Facebook, however, has a much larger gender gap.
The company has more than 300 million users.
But girls also appear to be more interested in Instagram.
In the past two years, girls have posted nearly 4,000 times more videos on Instagram than boys, according Lifestys data.
Instagram has had a dramatic impact on the way girls consume news and information.
Girls are now using Facebook more than ever before.
In 2012, Facebook had nearly 11 billion monthly active users, according a recent study by Nielsen.
But by 2016, that number had declined to just over 8 billion, the study found.
The Pew Research Center’s 2017 survey found that the number of young people using social media has increased by more than 2 billion in the past year, from 9.3 billion in 2016 to 10.2 billion in 2017.
The growth is most evident among the most vulnerable: people ages 18 to 29 and those who have not graduated from high school, Pew said.
In 2017, women and girls were equally likely to use Facebook.
Women, in particular, are using it to socialize with friends and family.
The percentage of women who have logged on to Facebook more recently is growing, and more than 70% of the women surveyed said they had done so within the past six months.
Lest you think these trends are limited to women, Pew also found that men and women are using Facebook in the same proportions.
For example, in 2017, 51% of men and 43% of women said they have been on Facebook at least once in the previous month.
That same year, 49% of both men and men said they were on Facebook within the previous six months, and 47% of all adults said they used Facebook regularly.