Marketing to “Millennials” is one of the hottest new areas of marketing attention that could turn huge profits if your messaging is on-point. Millennials are not as clearly defined compared with Baby Boomers, but as a general rule, they were born in the 1980s to early 2000s, and they tend to have a very different outlook than previous generations.

There were more 23-year-olds — 4.7 million of them — than any other age, according to census data from June 2014. The second most populous age group was 24, and the third was 22. By 2020, Millennials will make up one-fourth of the US population, topped only by those over 50, which will make up more than one-third overall.

Ecourse: Marketing to Women
1. Marketing to Married Women
2. Tips for Marketing to Retired Women
3. Marketing to Single Women
4. Marketing to Women with Children
5. Marketing to Women without Children
6. Tips for Marketing to Middle-Aged Women
7. Tips for Marketing to Senior Women
8. Tips for Marketing to Stay-at-Home Women
9. Tips for Marketing to Working Women
10. Tips for Marketing to Young Women


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