The new lost generation is only lost to advertisers. Younger adults are shunning traditional TV for online streaming, and measurement hasn’t yet caught up.
Mobile apps are far more popular than the mobile web, and millennials spend a huge amount of time on their phones. A ComScore report provides a deep dive on mobile app activity.
Young people would rather watch a video than read an article, and they enjoy viewing and sharing branded content. Just make it something that’s worth sharing.
There are stark differences in how millennials use video marketing and how baby boomers approach it. Here are the four tenets young and creative video marketers live by.
How can publishers get young adults to pay for content when 24 percent don’t even realize they’re stealing? A report finds that publishers are leaving money on the table.
Young adult cord-cutters see ads shown with original online video as “more interesting” or “fun,” making this a valuable way to reach a challenging demographic.
Device and ad length matter when targeting younger or older adults. The IAB, Tremor, and Millward Brown studied 1,800 adults, testing their reactions to video ads.