Excerpts from Label Networks’ Fall Youth Culture Study 2010.
The Mobile Platform Wars and What You Should Know When It Comes to Youth Culture
The mobile app market is clearly the future, but for those working in youth culture, there are many things to consider when creating your mobile business strategies.
Connecting with Chinese Youth Culture -The Creative Crossover
Social currency and where the creative cultural crossovers occur among China’s youth can provide a profound lesson in what works in reaching generationally tech-savvy youth, including how North American brands can tap into the world’s largest youth culture market.
How Burberry Re-Invented Itself, and Gained Cred with a New Generation
Rarely do traditional fashion houses tap into new media models towards re-capturing cred among a new generation, but Burberry is an exception and a brand to watch for many reasons.
Why Young People Don’t Twitter and What They Really Do Most on Social Networks and Why
LN’s Digital Youth Culture Lifestyle Profile Report 09 reveals the truth about tweeting, social networking, entertainment patterns, communication, and more.
%u201CDo you let Corporate Brands (i.e., Energy drinks, Automotive, Food) become friends/followers on your social network profiles?”
Sneak peak at Label Networks’ annual Digital Lifestyle Report 09 reveals which demographics are most interested in friending brands and why.
Graffiti Artist Filippo Minelli Illustrates the”Contradictions” of Social Networking, the Religious Zeal for Apple, and Growing Disconnect with Reality that Comes from 2.0 Lifestyles
Living technologies have created an entirely new way of communicating for today’s generation but what does it really mean for our virtual lifestyles?
Changes in Social Networking Patterns among American Youth Culture in Last 6 Months Indicate New Market Opportunities Changes by Demographics
Fresh data and analysis being released for Label Networks’ Spring Global Youth Culture Study 2008 indicates great changes in communication and networking patterns among 13-25-year-olds in North America. In this story, we concentrate on the usage patterns of young people when it comes to Social Networks and Updating one’s Personal Profile Page.
China Youth Culture’s After 90s Market More Showy Directional than After 80-But Both Dictating Blogging, Spending, Fashion Trends
The “After 80s” and the “After 90s” Generation of China In December, we reported on China’s “After %u201880’s” marketplace in “China Youth Culture’s “After %u201880’s” Market Dictating Blogging, Spending, Fashion Trends.” However there’s a younger generation called “After %u201890’s” that is clearly moving into the limelight as the growing middle class of young people continues to emerge.
China Youth Culture Report: In Honor of the Beijing Olympics, Label Networks Delivers a Round-up of China Trends Covering Online Shopping Habits, the After 90’s Generation, Super Girls, Digital Lifestyles, Fashion, and Impact of the Growing”Pride of China”
In honor of the Beijing, Olympics, Label Networks’ releases a complete round-up of top stories from our China researchers from Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou including latest trends in online shopping patterns, the Super Girls phenom, blogging culture, After %u201880’s and After %u201890’s lifestyles from the largest new consumer group in the world.