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Representing $600 billion in annual spending power, the “Millennial Market” is the golden ring for retailers.
But how can one harness this awesome power? Well, much like everyone else, these Milliennial creatures apparently respond well to rewards – very well actually, according to a new study from PunchTab!
So you’ve got some products and services that are going to change the world.
Brilliant. Now, you need a website. That’s your online identity, after all. It has to be mobile-friendly, of course, and you might want to think about an app.
Is your selfie a window to your soul? A team of researchers want to find out.
Since it first opened its doors way back when, almost everybody using Twitter has been obsessed with the answer to one question: how can I get more followers?
Twitter is betting big on its relationship with television, both in how networks and shows can tap into the firehose of tweets to drive awareness via ads, and how Twitter can convert that synergy into cash. Market your shows through us, Twitter says, and your audience will go through the roof.
Problem: it isn’t working. At least not according to one NBC executive.
Twitter will release its Q1 2014 earnings report after the closing bell today (Tuesday), and while the market will be looking for growth in revenue, a strong earnings per share (EPS) number and a boost in ad sales, only one metric really matters: monthly active users (MAU).
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