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Who is Gen Z? Exclusive New Data Reveals 7 Personas & How To Connect

By Connor Doolan  •  April 11, 2019


Years ago, you read an article that showed up in your email inbox that told you that it’s time to stop worrying so much about millennials.

“Gen Z is the new millennials!” it exclaimed.

Since then, you and your team have been trying-- often unsuccessfully-- to dig in and understand the on-the-rise segment of new audiences who are on the precipice of being major players in the market everywhere.

The problem is, when analyzing Gen Z, you cannot...

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Topics: advertising, social media research, social listening, consumer research, social listening data, customer personas, target audiences, Report, social media analytics, GenZ, Gen Z


Analyzing Gen-Z Pinterest Users with Social Listening

By Derek Franks  •  January 22, 2019


You may be like a lot of other business, research or agency team members out there, often finding yourself asking: “who the heck are these Gen-Z people?!”

Those belonging to Generation Z, born between 1995 and 2013, are a puzzle. But they are a puzzle worth solving. Why? Because they are starting to spend money.

What do they want? What do they talk about online? How do they buy? It’s a mystery. The answers to the riddle lie on social media,...

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Topics: social media, audience segment, social media strategy, social media data, social listening, social media marketing, social listening data, demographics, target audiences, social media analytics, pinterest


How Nike’s Audiences Reacted to the Colin Kaepernick Campaign (And Why That’s All That Matters)

By Derek Franks  •  October 9, 2018


In case you’ve been living under a rock… Nike did a thing with ex-NFL star turned advocate Colin Kaepernick.

 

Some people loved it.

Some people did not love it.

Some people burned their Nikes.

Some people burned their New Balances on accident.

Nike’s new campaign, which launched Labor Day weekend, shows the brand taking a stand with Kaepernick, whose profile is featured in the image with the words “Believe in something, even if it means...

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Topics: audience segment, social listening, social listening data, target audiences, campaign analysis


The Old Way of Analyzing Demographics Is Dead

By Derek Franks  •  June 18, 2018


If you’re still using age range and income as primary ways to identify your target customers, it’s time to catch up to the real world.

 

These details don’t tell you all you need to know. Not even close.

Why do we need to sound the death bell for traditional demographic analysis? 

A couple of reasons. First, we have more access to better data about people-- who they are, what they do, their buying behaviors, emotions and motivations....

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Topics: social listening data, demographics, buyer personas, customer personas, target audiences


Are You Listening Where Your Audience Is Talking? Go Beyond Social Media

By Derek Franks  •  June 5, 2018


211 million pieces of user-generated content are created online every minute. People are talking, and they have a lot to say that’s important to you.

 

But people don’t just sound off on social media.

There are dozens of different mediums people turn to to provide feedback and details about their experiences online.

 

These include places like blogs, forums, articles, news stories, article comments, and review sites. All of these are in...

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Topics: social media, audience, social listening, customers, target audiences


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