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The Latest Trend in Social Media – How to Attract Millennials

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People are being cancelled by social media content creators. It is easy for them to do, especially since Millennials are constantly reaching for their phones when they have nothing else to do. Even willing to borrow money for the latest gadgets, Millennials are open to borrowing. However, if you want them to pay attention, you have to create something they are interested in. What's the current style? How can you attract these millennials to your company?

Millennials are more likely to reach for their phones when there is nothing else to do.

Millennials are more comfortable in using technology and media than their parents and grandparents. Popular press and literature have found that Millennials are more comfortable using these new technologies. Recent Pew Research Center studies and Deloitte Gorman et.al. reports that Millennials spend a lot more time using media than any generation before them. 93% of the millennial generation own a phone. Comparatively to this, only 68% of Baby Boomers (and 40% of Silent Generation) own smartphones.

Millennials are app-addicted. They reach for their phones when they have nothing else to do. This phenomenon is a clear indication that Millennials are not content with conventional advertising. This generation values personal choice and high expectations of brand loyalty. Brands that fail to meet these expectations will likely experience poor performance and low productivity.

The most common form of content marketing is audio-only content

Audio content's ability to engage with the audience is one its greatest strengths. People listen to podcasts on a frequent basis. People can listen to podcasts while they do chores, drive or train. This type of content is perfect for busy, multi-tasking audiences. Visual content is great for busy workers, but many people relate to brands via sound. Your brand's visual identity should be consistent so that people can easily recall it.

Marketing strategists often think of visual content such as infographics and blogs when considering content marketing strategy. However, audio-only content is becoming a growing trend, particularly when it comes to B2B advertising. Podcasts, for instance, can capture the attention of business decision makers and executives. SEO is also evolving quickly to accommodate audio content. Recent studies have shown that 91% end listening to audio advertisements.

Even if they need to borrow money, millennials are eager to get the latest gadgets

The largest generation in the workforce is the millennials, with more that a third of its members being born after 2000. This generation owns 6.4%, which is more than what the babyboomers had at the same time. Despite the huge wealth gap, many of these millennials want to own the latest gadgets even though borrowing money is required.

Millennials are eager to try new experiences, including new brands, and are open to building relationships with brands. While this makes them easy to find, it can also lead to poor financial decisions. Brands need to understand how to reach Millennial consumers. Most people think a conversation with a company is sufficient. For others, the more interaction a brand has with the consumer, the more likely the millennial will become a loyal customer.


Is it easy to measure content marketing?

Yes! You can measure the results. This allows you to evaluate whether your efforts were successful, and if you need changes.

It's possible to track how many visitors came through different sources--including email, social, and paid ads, as well as track conversions such sales leads and purchase orders.

These metrics tell you which parts of your content are performing well and where you have the greatest potential.

What is strategic content marketing?

Content marketing is the art of creating content that people can share across different channels. It's about giving people what it is they want. The most successful companies are those who understand this.

Strategic Content marketing ensures that you give them what they need at exactly the right moment.

Knowing what people care most about is key. Listening carefully can help you understand their thoughts and feelings. Then, create high-quality content to answer their questions and solve their problems. This builds loyalty and trust. It also ensures you are available to them when they have a need for your product or services.

How can you create great content?

A good piece of content should be informative, helpful, and easy to share. The best content should have a clear call-to-action, such as a button or link to allow readers to sign up to a free trial, learn more about a product, and/or purchase something from you site. You should also include visuals in your content to make it easy to share across all media.


  • In fact, would pay more for a better customer experience, and 86% of B2B buyers would pay more. (neilpatel.com)
  • According to research compiled by Coschedule: Companies that publish 16+ blog posts a month get as much as 3.5x as much traffic as those that publish 0-4 posts a month. (criteo.com)
  • Seventy-two percent business to business (B2B) (mailchimp.com)
  • Companies that use content marketing see approximately 30% higher growth rates than businesses not using it. (mailchimp.com)
  • Measure your goals with a progress indicator of 0-100%. Make your goals collaborative and transparent (semrush.com)
  • Out of the 1,500 marketers we surveyed for our State of Content Marketing report, 78% who felt their content marketing strategy was exceptionally effective in 2021 had documented their strategy. (semrush.com)
  • An example of an overarching goal could be: "In 2022, we want to achieve a 20% increase in revenue created by organic content and generate 15,000 MQLs with a budget of $30,000." (semrush.com)
  • Progress indicators (0–100%) allow each team member to see how attainable each goal is and understand what remains to be accomplished. (semrush.com)

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How To Write An Effective Press Release

Press releases are an excellent way to establish credibility within your niche. They can help you establish connections with journalists and other influential people.

However, many business owners find it difficult to write press releases because they lack the skills necessary to create engaging copy.

These are some things to remember when you create your next press release.

Know Your Niche

Before you can start writing your press releases, you must first understand your niche. This means knowing what makes you unique, what sets you apart from competitors, and what makes you different than everyone else.

For example, suppose you're a real estate agent. If this is the case, you may want to include information about your professional affiliations. This could include the association you belong too and how many years you've been in the business. It is possible to mention your work experience with clients and provide excellent customer service.

Add Keywords to Your Title

The title of your press release is often the most important part of the document. This is the most important section of your press release that search engines will see, so you need to grab people's attention right away.

Your product or service keywords are the best keywords to use in your titles. If you sell custom-made bridesmaid dresses, for example, you may use words like bridal dresses, wedding dresses or customized wedding dresses.

Make Your Headline Relevant

Your headline is your first line in a press release. It is what people will read first. Your headline must be catchy, relevant, and engaging.

It is likely that you won't be able determine the best type of content for your press release if you are creating it for the first time. So, try testing various headlines against each other. Compare the click rates to see which headlines are most successful.

You can also run a Google search for your company name along with "press release." The top results will provide you with a good idea about what topics work well.

You might have heard the expression "write for yourself but publish for others". True, but it's important to think about who your audience is before you simply create a press statement.

A Purpose

Most press releases contain three sections:

Each section has specific elements that make it easy for readers to grasp the main points of your message.

Executive Summary

This is the shortest section of your press releases. It usually consists of one paragraph that summarizes your press release.

This section contains information about your service or product. Use this space to explain why your products or services are beneficial.


This is the last section of your press releases and contains two paragraphs. Next, sum up the key points you have taken from your body. Then end on an optimistic note by stating something positive about your business.

For example, here's a sample conclusion:

"My new book is full of practical advice for anyone who wants to improve health and wellbeing through exercise. I hope my book helps you achieve your personal goals."

Do Not Forget to Include URLs

It's a good practice to include a link on a press release to your website. There are several types of links.

A quick overview of the various types of links you should include with your press release:

  • Email: Send a press release to the Internet by including a URL.
  • Social media: Add social-media sharing buttons to you site. If a user shares your press release, they will automatically link back to your site.
  • Blog: Write a blog about your press release. In the text, include a link back to your press release.
  • Website: Use your press release URL to link directly from your website.
  • Directories: Submit a press release to an online directory such as Digg, Yahoo! Press Release Directory.



The Latest Trend in Social Media – How to Attract Millennials