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As marketers look at the American population, there are four living generations for them to address. This four-infographic series is designed to give a quick glimpse into what makes each of these generations tick. Traditionalists are the parents of Baby Boomers, grandparents of Generation X, and the great grandparents of Millennials.
There are four living generations in America, and each has a different set of experiences and goals. To help marketers quickly get a frame of reference for each of them, this four-infographic series includes demographic information and background on Millennials, Gen X, Baby Boomers, and Traditionalists.
Sarah Corley published on January 13, 2016 in Content Marketing America has four living generations that marketers may be called upon to address. Each poses its own opportunities and challenges, but this four-part series of infographics is designed to create a point of entry to understand a little more about Millennials, Gen X, Baby Boomers, and Traditionalists.
Marketing to the four different active generations in America can be tricky. This infographic is part of four-part series of cheat sheets to help marketers understand the basic characteristics of Millennials, Gen X, Baby Boomers, and Traditionalists. Here’s some background on who Millennials are and how marketers can start to think about addressing their needs: From Visually.