Ellington, CT (PressExposure) July 08, 2009 -- Voice for teens recently created a world wide social networking site for teens only. This site is meant for teens to have a voice in today's world. Teens have been looked over during this whole social networking craze. What's unfair is that teens have been a huge part in making the social networking phenomenon as big as it is today. It's really scary to know that our youth is being pulled into adult forums when they should have a forum of their own.
Voice for teens realizes that teenagers need their voices be heard. They have been begging to have a social networking site of their own. They need a place where they can be themselves and not be surrounded by adult influences. A place where they can chat with people their own age who are just like them.
The social networking boom has become such a huge phenomenon in today's world. Social networking sites such as MySpace, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter have taken the industry by storm. The sad truth is that some of these sites would not be where they are at today without the support of teens. A lot of the advertising on these social networking sites is geared towards teenagers. So where is the credit that teens deserve for these companies success?
Voice for teens decided to create a social networking forum for teens only. In this forum teens will able to freely talk about any topic and subject of their choice. They will be able to be themselves and discuss what matters to them with their peers around the world. This forum is geared to be a safe place where teens can be themselves and not be influenced by adults. There is a strict policy in place to make sure this forum is protected. Even though teenagers can freely discuss issues of their choosing, any misconduct will not be tolerated. Forum members must be between the ages of 13-18 years old to participate.
Teens now have a place to go and have their voices be heard. They now have a forum where they can call home and a chance to take the social networking scene by storm. They have the power to make Voice for Teens the number one social networking site on the Internet.