More and more, companies are using human-sounding brand names to appeal to Gen Zs. These names are easy to relate to—just like wrapping yourself in a brand blanket of warmth and familiarity.
Generalized marketing is out. Gen Z demands an individualized experience that leverages technology to predict their needs and wants—and they’re willing to trade their personal data for it.
Gen Z is the digital-first generation—but that might soon change. As Zs become privy to the negative effects social media has on their lives, some young people have gradually started to step away. We’re taking a look at why some Gen Zs are ‘breaking up’ with social media and how brands can adapt accordingly.
If their social media habits are any indication, Gen Zers want brands that can engage them with personalized messaging and instantaneous responses to their questions. Guess who’s able to do that? Chatbots.
By launching creative partnerships with other brands, you can give Gen Z consumers something they’ve never experienced before — and expose your brand to new audiences.
As technology evolves, so do the employment opportunities of the future. Marketers can do their part to help candidates prepare by providing ways for students to learn the next-generations skills they need -- directly from the companies they hope to work for.
If you’re looking for a way to connect with Gen Z, there aren’t many better ways of doing it than through music.
Gen Z places far less value on celebrity endorsements than other generations have. It’s up to brands to tailor their ads to appeal to these younger consumers — even when it comes to the big-budget, star-studded world of Super Bowl ad spots.
Gen Zers aren’t like yesterday’s digital audiences. Here are a few useful tips brands can use to help make Gen Z influencers more effective and authentic when engaging their peers.
TikTok might well be the first Gen Z-propelled social media app to gain widespread global adoption. Here's what's making us stop and take notice of this short-form social video platform.
Conventional wisdom says that actions speak louder than words — particularly with Gen Z. But when you choose the wrong words, you risk obscuring the intent behind your actions.