• The Tech-savvy And Pragmatic YouTube Generation
    Generation Z is taking over the spotlight and making some serious waves in the process, says Monotype in an analysis of GenZ experience. GenZs are the first true digital natives, born between the late 1990's to the mid 2000's.
  • Top Performing Brands Get It
    Today's consumers expect strong mobile sites, want flexible fulfillment options, and use a variety of channels to research and make purchases. Brands must deliver and support if they want to stay competitive in today's retail environment.
  • Understand Your Prospect
    Marketers can't reach their goals without knowing exactly who their target audiences are and how those people make purchases.
  • Reach Audience First; Then Measure Results; Then Allocate $
    More than three-quarters of survey respondents said that they look at the channels that best reach their target audience when determining media budget allocations.
  • Hispanic Holiday Shoppers Spending More
    The fast-growing Hispanic population, increasingly willing to spend both online and in stores, deployed about $1.4 trillion in buying power last year.
  • Making A List And Checking It Twice
    Retail Holiday Planning Playbook survey indicates that notes and wish lists might be transitioning to the digital stage.
  • Who's In Charge Here?
    Millennials are already taking their seats among Generation X and Baby Boomers at the buying table, making navigating the already complicated buying environment even harder, thanks to their different preferences.
  • Go! Mobile
    If you're an e-commerce business, this might be the most important question you must answer in the next five years.
  • I Didn't Know That!
    As online users bounce from desktop to mobile, cross-device tracking is now more than ever a crucial component for any digital marketing strategy.
  • Pay Attention To The Baby Boomers
    Though YouTube reaches 81% of all Americans on the internet, and is particularly popular among millennials who watch it more than any cable news network (39%), it isn't just for the young, as 24% of YouTube's monthly visitors are baby boomers or older.
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