• ENGAGE:BOOMERS
    Geo-conquesting: Reaching Boomers The Hyper-Local Way
    Location location location. While the saying might have once been a real estate agent's mantra, it's also becoming the golden rule for launching targeted radio campaigns. That's because it's no longer enough to reach the right type of potential customer, it's about reaching them at the right place and at precisely the right time.
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    More Are Not Only Living Green, But Eating Green
    Many Boomers and seniors grew up being told, "No dessert until you've finished your vegetables." That parental pronouncement led to spinach hidden in napkins, broccoli smuggled to the dog, and, for some, a lifelong aversion to anything green.
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    If The Boomerang Kid Never Leaves, Is The Parent Ever An Empty Nester?
    A recent "New York Times" story clarified the brave new age of young adulthood: It looks a lot like childhood.
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    Everyone Benefits When Marketers Target Grandparents
    My grandmother meant the world to me. She took me in for a while after my parents separated, and gave me an allowance that we kept under wraps. She provided guidance when I needed it, and shared family secrets my parents either weren't privy to or were unwilling to divulge. She was the anchor to my first 27 years of life, and nearly a quarter of a century after her passing, I still feel the depth of the bond we shared and the indelible imprint she left on me.
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    The Beginnings Of Ageless Marketing II
    For almost a quarter of a century we've advocated the wisdom of David B. Wolfe author of Serving the Ageless Market, Ageless Marketing, Firms of Endearment and Brave New Worldview. In June, I published the first of a series of articles reflecting David's thinking. This is the second article.