Posts Tagged ‘millennials’

Supercharge Your Small Business Marketing: How to Market to the Social Media Generation

Katie Lundin | August 3rd, 2017

  Imagine you’ve used the internet since your hand was large enough to hold a mouse. Imagine you can’t remember a time before MySpace or Facebook. Imagine you’re part of a generation that makes up a majority of the voting population and workforce. The social media generation doesn’t need to imagine these things. This is […]

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How to Effectively Market Your Small Business to Millennials

Amanda Bowman | June 12th, 2017

What group in the US numbers more than 80 million, has an annual buying power of $200 billion, and makes up nearly half of the US workforce? Millennials. Sometimes called “Gen Y”, millennials are the much sought after generation born between 1980 and 2000. This generation carries impressive buying power, so it’s no surprise that marketers […]

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Want to Win Millennials? Understand Marketing in the Experience Economy

Lauren Nelson | July 6th, 2016

Love ’em or hate ’em, Millennials are here to stay, and they’re a different breed of consumer than those of days gone by. They grew up with the internet. Maybe they vaguely remember the sultry tones of the AOL dial up, but just barely. They processed their teen angst in texts tapped out on smartphones and punctuated by emoji […]

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Granny is totally LOL’ing at you

admin | October 20th, 2009 0511-0810-2000-1432_grandma_getting_a_computer_clipart_image1-300x252.png

Over the past several weeks, my middle-aged mom (don’t tell her I said that, she still considers herself VERY young) has been talking to me about Twitter, Facebook and blogs.  I kind of laughed it off for awhile until one day she forwarded me a link – and to my surprise is was HER OWN […]

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