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12 Ways Brands are Flexing to Meet Gen Z on Their Terms

Businesses Grow

I’ve been accused of being obsessed with Gen Z! As marketers, we better pay attention. Gen Z is beginning to flex its muscle. They’re not kids any longer — here in America, we just had our first member of Gen Z elected to Congress! And why not? Faux-stalgia!

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5 Hacks to Attract Gen-Z Consumers

Neil Patel

Gen Z’ers, which includes those born between 1996 and 2012, now make up 20 percent of the US population and account for $143 billion in direct spending. If you are still focused on millennials, it’s time to start paying attention to a new generation of consumers. Here are five ways to attract and keep Gen Z customers.

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Snap x Traackr Partnership: Influencer Marketing for Gen Z and Beyond

Traackr

Discover how Snapchat and Traackr’s influencer marketing platform can help you reach Gen Z.

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Influencer marketing trends across industries

Sprout Social

Trendsetters and culture drivers like Lia have made influencer marketing an essential piece to social media strategies. Brands will need to be aware of the dance floor if they want to disrupt the music in a way that resonates with influencers and consumers alike. Influencer marketing has transformed how we shop.

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Audio is Popular Among Gen Z: Are Audio Chats Worth It for Marketers?

Hubspot Marketing

A 2022 study by Spotify found that 80% of Gen Z consumers enjoy audio content because it allows them to express their individuality and "explore different sides of their personalities." With that said, are content like audio chat rooms worth it for marketers? Twitter Spaces and Clubhouse are not very popular among Gen Z.

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Millennials vs. Gen Z: Why Marketers Need to Know the Difference

Hubspot Marketing

In recent years, there's been a common misconception that Gen Z and millennials are essentially the same. When companies discuss reaching younger audiences, many often lump Gen Z and millennials into the same group and create one campaign strategy that they believe fits both groups.

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10 Non-Obvious Social Media Trends You Need to Consider Right Now

Businesses Grow

According to information from Statista, Gen Z is now conducting almost as many product searches on social media as Google: This ties closely to the influencer marketing trend. The primary reason Gen Z visits social media is to catch up with their favorite influencers. New products they love.

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