Fresh research and analysis released today from Label Networks’ 14th Fall Youth Culture Study 2014 reveals the massive shifts in effective digital entertainment, communication patterns, advertising, and marketing among 13-25-year-olds across the United States. “With the significant shifts in entertainment preferences, YouTube, TV, social networks, and mobile phone culture, this Study unveils the differences in […]
Footwear and Sneaker Culture –The Mega Shuffle Between Preferred Brands, Stores, and Latest Influences on Youth Culture
When it comes to favorite footwear, the majority of 13-25-year-olds across the United States will name a sneaker brand over a footwear brand which is why understanding sneaker culture, including blogs, is of importance for this marketplace. In this story, we take a look at fresh data from Label Networks’ Fall Youth Culture Study 2012 […]
Coca-Cola Music–Attempt to Connect with Teens Still Misses Mark
Coke wakes up to recognize new teens may not know them, and launches music campaign that indicates lack of knowledge about the marketplace.
Fall Youth Culture Study Reveals Vital Consumer Market Trends in Advertising, Sponsorship, Action Sports, Fashion, Footwear, New Media, Technology, Spending, and More
Video Gaming Preferences in Youth Culture as Determined by Evolution in Preferred Platforms is Shaking-up the Industry
With E3 wrapping up, we take an in-depth look at the evolution of preferred gaming platforms and how this is effecting the entertainment industry, sports, music, technology, and even fashion based on preferences in compatible titles.
Top T-shirt Preferences Among Hispanic/Latino Youth Culture Reveal New Trends and Market Opportunities
As the fastest-growing youth demographic in the U.S., knowing top preferences in key fashion genres reveal market opportunities for many brands. Here’s fresh data from Label Networks’ Hispanic Youth Culture Profile Report 09.
%u201CWhich website is your favorite to buy apparel from?” Fresh Data on Youth Culture Online Retailer Preferences
As online retail increases, Label Networks tracks changes in top preferences and where the market is shifting alliances, shopping more, and less. From Label Networks’ North American Youth Culture Study 2009.