How Different Generations Consume Content Online: INFOGRAPHIC

How different generations consume content

You realize that different generations have different tastes, preferences and expectations. From technology, to clothes to restaurants smart marketers segment their audience and appeal based on their unique expectations. It also turns our that each generation consumes different types of online content.

Millennials (1981-1997), Generation X (1965-1980), and Baby Boomers (1946-1964) were part of a 1200 person survey. The work was done by BuzzStream and Fractl with the intent to get a better idea of the habits of each group. The results are reflected in the infographic below.

Give a look and keep this in mind when you want to create content for your auntie or your bestie.

Now you know the online audiences are more diverse and larger than ever. What are you doing to provide content that speaks to the interests of the key segments fo your audience?

Let me know in the comments.

Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below):

Norm Bond
NORM BOND shows people how to use digital marketing tools to find customers, grow sales and increase profits. And if you're not using digital tools he shows you how to do that too. He currently splits his time between Bangkok, Thailand and the U.S. He is available for consulting and speaking.
Norm Bond

@normbond

Digital Marketer, Growth Hacker. Solution Dealer. Crashes servers. Sells out events. Highly influential | Learn more https://t.co/3qYcsjLKUb
Norm Bond
Norm Bond
Spread the Word!

OVERWHELMED BY MARKETING? GET WITH THE FREE PROGRAM!

Join our weekly newsletter to learn things like "How to Use Digital Marketing to Attract New Customers". Get proven tips for effective Web, email and social media marketing. Don't wait.  GET IN NOW!


Read previous post:
The Psychology of Color: How it Impacts Buying
The Psychology of Color: How It Affects Buying Decisions: INFOGRAPHIC

Research proves that colors ignite emotions, feelings and moods. If you're a consumer, designer, or business owner you should invest...

Close