• ENGAGE:TEENS
    Are Gen Zs THE Ultimate Drivers Of 'Conscious-Culture?'
    Companies driven by the mantra of "doing well by doing good," a bandwagon many jumped on in recent years, seem poised to be sweetly rewarded by connecting more successfully and emotionally with Gen Zs (post-Millennials, born after 1995) than with prior generations.
  • ENGAGE:TEENS
    Helping To Stop The Summer Slide
    Summer is finally here, yay! Who doesn't love this time of year? For young people, in particular, it's a time of fun. But there is another side of summer that parents, teachers and coaches know all too well: the dreaded summer slide. In case you're not familiar with the concept, the summer slide is what happens when kids are out of class and off the fields and courts and their skills begin to slip away.
  • ENGAGE:TEENS
    Young People Want Brand Aid
    Teens today are keenly aware of the horrific events plaguing society in recent years, including the latest mass shooting in Florida. Their parents can't shelter them from such disturbing news because it invades their social media feeds in the form of hashtags on Twitter, Facebook profile photo filters, and images of support on Instagram.
  • ENGAGE:TEENS
    How To Reach Teens Who Won't Leave The Nest
    Recently, the Pew Research Center reported a shocking milestone for young adults. For the first time in more than 130 years, more adults 18 - 34 are living at home with their parents than are living on their own with a romantic partner (32.1% vs. 31.6%).
  • ENGAGE:TEENS
    How Gen Z Made Me Stop Worrying And Learn To Love Vertical Video
    Not so long ago, one of the most cringe-inducing things you could do was to share a vertically shot video. You know, these much-maligned monstrosities displayed on our standard, horizontally oriented screens with unsightly, visual-frame-consuming black bars around a teeny-tiny video that was as hard to see as it was annoying.