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Millennials and Gen Z: Marketing Tactics That Work

Understanding how to engage Millennials and Gen Z is crucial for any brand aiming for success. These generations, born between 1981 and 2012, are distinct in their values, behaviors, and expectations. Engaging Millennials and Gen Z requires a nuanced understanding of their unique characteristics. We've laid a strong groundwork you can follow for how to engage them. We'll explain how leveraging social media, emphasizing authenticity, creating interactive content, and prioritizing mobile optimization will help you reach these influential generations.


Substantive Marketing: Building Trust and Value

Substantive marketing focuses on delivering meaningful, valuable, and impactful content and experiences to the audience. It transcends superficial or purely promotional tactics by offering genuine value to build long-term relationships. While concepts of in-depth and thorough, non-superficial marketing have existed before, the rise of the internet and social media platforms—along with their inundation of messaging and the ability to directly interact with consumers—has truly set the stage for the fundamental need for substantive marketing.

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Looker Studio: An In-Depth Guide

Looker Studio is a comprehensive BI and data visualization platform that offers marketers powerful tools to analyze, visualize, and share data. Data tells a story, and by seeing data visually, using a tool like Looker Studio, can allow you to truly understand the story your data is telling you. This tool integrates various data sources, creates interactive dashboards, and leverages advanced data modeling capabilities. This is how you’ll be able to gain a deep insight into how your campaigns are running. Looker Studio can significantly up your game and help you make decisions that will drive business growth.

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The Pareto Principle – Applications in Sales and Marketing

Learn more about The Pareto Principle and how it can offer a useful framework for optimizing sales and marketing efforts. Known as the 80/20 Rule, this Principle is derived from the observation of Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto in the early 1900's. He saw that 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% of the populace, a pattern he saw repeated in many aspects of business. The principle stipulates that by focusing on the few critical elements that drive the majority of your business, you can achieve greater effectiveness and profitability.