Over the last few years, Millennials have gone from an age classification to a cultural obsession. Each week, there are countless articles that both celebrate and condemn the way this group of young consumers behaves:
- Older Americans are More Millennial than Millennials (The Atlantic)
- ‘Adulting’ Classes Teach Millennials how to Grow Up (CBS Miami)
- Why Millennials are (Partly to Blame) for the Housing Shortage (The Wall Street Journal)
- Millennials are Fueling New Growth in Recreational Vehicle Sales (USA Today)
- Here’s Why Millennials are Ignoring Your Brand (And What to Do About It) (Inc.)
But while everyone is scratching their head, trying to understand what curveball Millennials are going to throw next, many are overlooking an emerging consumer segment: Generation Z.
Though they’re easy to mistake for kids messing around on their parents’ iPad, it’s critical that marketers not only pay attention to — but learn from — their behavior.
As the first generation to be fully immersed in digital technology from birth, understanding their online engagement is key to predicting market trends of the near future.
Without a doubt, the big fish in social media and technology are closely watching the online patterns of people who were born after 2004. And if you want to be ahead of the game, then you should be too.
So tune into this week’s episode of Video Marketing Mastery to learn about Gen Z, Apple, Quora, YouTube, and more!
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn:
- How important a mobile-first strategy is to your business
- Why Facebook’s Instant Articles platform will soon support Apple News and Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)
- Why you should review your videos on mobile before finalizing the edits and animations
- Why your iPhone’s internet speed might be working suspiciously fast
- How to better understand an emerging consumer group: Generation Z
- How video could overtake the traditional government press briefings
- How to recycle content to maximize reach
- The product that that Benchmark Capital has decided to invest $8.1 million in
- Why Quora is testing video answers
- How Instagram is improving its direct messaging feature
- Why YouTube TV has expanded to Apple’s AirPlay
- How AirBnB is solving its data science problem
- Why the Postal Service is trying to improve business with it’s new Informed Delivery Service
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My Niece is the perfect example of what Generation Z is capable of, even at an early age. Take a look at the videos she created of Happy below!
Kristo is a big shot investor now — check out his $1,000,000 bill!
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