The pandemic brought older and younger generations closer together in terms of their “digitalness.” However, there are still some sizable gaps in digital behavior. Understanding the differences in these behaviors can help marketers better execute their digital campaigns.
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WHAT’S IN THIS REPORT? An exploration of shopping habits, media consumption, and social media use across generations, as well as recommendations for marketers looking to target specific cohorts.
KEY STAT: The pandemic supercharged a lot of digital behaviors. It also increased Gen Z’s propensity to shift brands, with 6 in 10 respondents in this group reporting a change in brand loyalty. Baby boomers, on the other hand, remained loyal to their preferred brands, with only 2 in 10 changing allegiances since the pandemic began.
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