by Ashley Deibert on Mar 31, 10:00 AM
Depending on who you're talking to, the mere mention of "millennials" will inspire a cringe or an eye-roll. The so-called "me" generation, which lives in the age of "participation trophies," both gets a bad rep and has advertisers falling over themselves to reach them.
by Kipp Jarecke-Cheng on Mar 24, 11:00 AM
Many years before obsessively photographing food became the socially acceptable practice that it is today, my dad used to send me CD-ROMs filled with pics of each and every meal that he and my mom ate while they were on vacations. The CDs were labeled "Mediterranean Cruise" or "Adventures in Chile," and on the discs, there would be hundreds of carefully composed portraits of whatever was on my parents' plates at any given destination. Never mind that there was nary a shot of either my mom or dad in various and sundry exotic holiday locales. Documenting some of his favorite …
by Julie Bernard on Mar 22, 11:00 AM
Mobile Prodigies tell marketers they are constantly weighing the benefits of sharing their personal data - and that they will grant data-sharing approval when a brand or marketer serves them creative that matches or exceeds their expectations.
by Jeff Urban on Mar 17, 12:00 PM
As marketers, we already know that mobile is important. Over the past few years, the phone in one's hand has become just as important as one's TV, computer, tablet, etc., for consuming content, especially for the younger generations. Proving that further, Adobe recently released a report, "Touching the Infinite," wherein they studied 4,000 consumers in the U.S. and Europe regarding their mobile behavior. Through that report, Adobe found that 92% of respondents considered their smartphones to be their primary device for consumption. They also found that the average user checked his smartphone 85 times a day and that Americans check …
by Ben Hale on Mar 13, 11:00 AM
With the explosion of online shopping and click-and-collect programs in recent years, some in the industry may worry the grocery store of tomorrow won't include going inside a grocery store at all.
by Corrie Westmoreland-Vairo on Mar 10, 11:10 AM
Social marketing is getting increasingly important to brands. In fact, according to "2016 State of Social Business" by Ed Terpening and Aubrey Littleton, ad budgets increased by 73% last year and are expected to grow even more in 2017. As brands look to make social a bigger part of their efforts, they need to ensure that they're using it in the most effective way. So, what do they need to know? We asked the first generation to actually come of age with social. Here's how to be successful in social, according to millennials.
by Josh Ginsberg on Mar 3, 10:00 AM
It's safe to agree the term "millennial" is overused and can represent a huge range of ages, behaviors or attitudes. The word is omnipresent because they are: With 93 million millennials in the U.S., millennials are the largest generation to come along. That's even bigger than the Baby Boomers at 77 million strong. That's why we are constantly hearing about how to hire millennials, how to motivate them and, of course, how to sell to them.
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