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Gen Z Likes Images Instead of Text

Why send a word when you can send a picture instead? Emojis, pictures, videos and GIFs replace words to make text conversations and social networking fast and visual—or what some call snackable. That means content that’s short and sweet, which appeals to Gen Z’s quick attention span.

Don’t forget the fact that this generation grew up with high-def video and photos as well as touch-screen iPhones with icons. It’s no wonder that sites such as YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat rank so highly with them.

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The First-Ever Homeless Girl Scout Troop Just Crushed Their Cookie Sales Goal

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A girl scouts troop in New York has sold more than 32,000 boxes of cookies in one week.

While plenty of troops sell thousands of boxes of Girl Scout Cookies each spring, what make...

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Dylan Dreyer's baby Calvin isn't afraid to lick his plate (or throw it)

By: Embry Roberts

Many parents can attest to the challenges of raising a picky eater. Lucky for TODAY meteorologist Dylan Dreyer, she and husband Brian Fichera might be facing the opposite problem. In an Instagram v...

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Update: Since this story was first published in 2016, dad Alan Lawrence has continued posting photos of his family, and TODAY Parents has confirmed the very important news that the little leprechau...

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50 mothers of kids with Down Syndrome have created a Carpool Karaoke video to raise awareness of children who are born with an extra chromosome.

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Star of 'good-looking surgery baby' meme turns 5 and thrives

By: Terri Peters

"Steals your heart — you don't mind."

Joey Powling, known as "ridiculously good looking surgery baby" from a viral 2012 meme, has no recollection of his brus...



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