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Marketing to millennials : reach the largest and most influential generation of consumers ever

Fromm, Jeff. (Author). Garton, Christie. (Added Author).

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Kirtland Community College Library HF 5415.332 .Y66 F76 2013 30775305465081 General Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 9780814433225 (hardcover)
  • ISBN: 0814433227 (hardcover)
  • Physical Description: print
    xix, 202 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York : AMACOM, American Management Association, [2013]

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 179-191) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Who are they? -- The new rules of marketing to Millennials -- Engage these early adopters of new technologies -- Build a listening and participation strategy -- Make them look good among their peers -- Design a sense of fun and adventure -- Don't give them a reason to cheat on you.
Summary, etc.: "With more than 80 million in their ranks, the Millennials (aka Generation Y)--born between 1977 and 1995--are the largest generation in American history, outnumbering Generation X by far, and even the Baby Boomers by 1 million. Their direct buying power is estimated at $200 billion, and their indirect buying influence at least double that--and now their oldest members are entering their peak earning and spending years. It's time for anyone seeking to make inroads into this huge market to move beyond setting up a Twitter profile and start understanding how they think. Millennials demand authenticity and transparency. They aren't shy about sharing their opinions. They're quick to spot a faker and believe in "cause marketing." They are highly influential, have an expansive network of contacts, and they expect to actively participate in the creation and development of new products. Based on groundbreaking proprietary research and one-on-one interviews with top brand executives and Millennials, Marketing to Millennials identifies specific behaviors and attitudes common to this revolutionary group of consumers. It will show you how to: Build a listening and participation strategy that will help you connect with your brand advocates; Engage these early adopters of new technologies and social tools; Incorporate a sense of adventure and fun into your brand experience; Help make them look good among their peers; and Retain their loyalty by giving them no reason to cheat on you. From start-ups to Goliaths, this book takes a serious and fascinating look at the companies and brands that are getting it right when it comes to engaging the Millennial consumer. Featuring examples and case studies of organizations including Ford, Sephora, Android, Victoria's Secret, PepsiCo/Frito Lay, Facebook, DoSomething.org, TOMS Shoes, and more, the book reveals "The New Rules" of marketing to Gen Y. You'll discover the differences between younger and older Millennials, those between Millennial men and women, and six distinct segments of this important demographic, from the cautious, charitable, and information-hungry Hip-ennials to the more conservative Anti-Millennials...and everything in between." -- Book jacket.
Subject: Young adult consumers Attitudes
Generation Y Attitudes
Target marketing
Consumer behavior
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