When it comes to advertising to today’s youth culture markets of 13-25-year-olds in the United States, showing a finished ad campaign or product to this new consumer group in the traditional formats of popular advertising methods have far less of an impact than it had in the past. There are many reasons for this and […]
What’s the ONE Best Thing a Sponsor Can Do to Grab Your Attention? -Fresh Data from Label Networks’ Fall Youth Culture Study 2011
New data results from the Fall Youth Culture Study provide insights for planning 2012 sponsorship programs to reach today’s new youth culture markets.
Music Fashion and the Power of Grassroots Marketing: So Why Aren’t More Brands Using It?
Perhaps it’s a rhetorical question, but each year as we move into summer music tour season, we often ask ourselves given the importance of music in connecting with youth culture, why more brands don’t use it? Music is at the vortex of youth culture lifestyle and is the most essential culture to track in terms of reaching 13-25-year-olds globally. More than sports, fashion, TV entertainment, or technology, music is the thread that links the youth culture marketplace across all economic levels, regions, ethnicities, age groups, and genders.
Psychodemographics of American Youth Culture Reveal How Self-Descriptions Change with Age, plus Differences Between Females vs. Males and What Attracts Them Most
Psychodemographic traits help marketers, advertisers, and sponsors target effective campaigns. In this story, Label Networks reveals new personal self-descriptions of the American youth market, quantifying how certain ads that match lifestyle characteristics resonate most.