Marketing to Teens - US - May 2015
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“The teen years are a unique middle ground; teen consumers are not quite children, not quite adults. A big part of being ‘not quite an adult’ is that teens rely heavily on their parents to buy things for them. This means that brands often have to gain the approval of both teens and their parents.”
– Lauren Bonetto, Lifestyle & Leisure Analyst
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In 2015, there are 25 million teens aged 12-17 in the US and their buying power is significant as teens not only shop with their own wallets, but with their parents’ wallets as well. Like Millennials, teens divvy up their spending money across possessions (like clothing and media) and experiences (like concerts and dining out).
Marketing to teens can be tricky as brands must sometimes win the approval of both teens and their parents. However, compared to kids, teens are far more independent, so parental approval is somewhat less important and teens’ preferences are often given more weight and consideration.
Perhaps the three things that most set teens apart from kids are: cell phone ownership rates, social media engagement, and internet use.
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