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Introducing Generation Z [Infographic] If you’re like us and pay attention to Digital Media landscape, you’ve probably heard a lot about Generation Y, or as we at Fullscreen like to call them, “The Connected Generation”. Gen C is a formidable and sought after demo for many marketers, and for good reason – they drive almost $500B worth of spending per year. However, closely behind Gen C is a new and even more connected generation, referred to as “Generation Z”. By most accounts, these family-data-plan-killing youngsters aren’t dissimilar from their predecessors. But as Gen C ages, the heirs to the digital throne will be comprised […]

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YouTube’s newest insights on teens and millennials Every three months, Google releases its YouTube Insights report, chock full of fantastic data and trends straight from the source. These reports are always useful, but the most recent edition shed especially interesting light on the continued infatuation teens and millennials have with YouTube, as well as their enormous purchasing power. Here’s what we learned from the study! YouTube’s reach YouTube continues to be the go-to social network for teens and millennials, beating out behemoths such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the top spot. This domination doesn’t stop at social networks: according to Nielsen, YouTube reaches almost 50% of […]

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How millennials eat their food (content) Hungry for inspiration, millennials are eating up food content on YouTube. They aren’t just looking for recipes either—food videos are actually driving them to purchase. Millennials and branded food content In new research by Google, millennials are engaging with food content at an amazing rate: YouTube has seen 280% growth in food channel subscriptions over the past year. And this isn’t limited to recipes and cooking tips. Millennials are also looking for entertainment and inspiration. 69% of millennial men watch branded food content solely for enjoyment, with popular food shows and personalities their primary focus. Meanwhile, 3 out of 4 […]

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The Power of the Connected Generation [Infographic] Much is made about generational differences and their implications for marketers. Generation X, the children of the Baby Boomers, spurred economic and population growth throughout the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, buoyed by manufacturing and technological expansion. Their children—today’s teens and the tail end of the millennial generation—have morphed into the connected generation, or Gen C for short. Gen C is more about a mindset than a specific age group: they’re the population who are glued to their smartphones—devices so advanced that each smartphone probably could’ve powered the Apollo 11 moon landing on its own. Marketers have no choice but to […]

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