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Re: Marketing to Mobile Millennials: Misperceptions and Myths
Posted by: Erika Morphy 2014-07-08 22:51:32
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Despite their financial burdens -- unconscionably high levels of college education debt and a lackluster job market -- everyone wants to know what millenials want. Where will they live? What will they buy? Automakers shake in fear that they won't develop the same obsession for the automobile-oriented lifestyle as their parents. Apartment builders have no compunction about building more and more edgy, in-fill dwellings for them, content in the knowledge that home ownership is a long away off for this crowd.


Re: Marketing to Mobile Millennials: Misperceptions and Myths
Posted by: dommaden 2014-07-17 06:12:23 In reply to: Erika Morphy
Markenig these days is growing by the help of these mobile devices as they help people to buy and sell whwn the are travelling or even at lunch they can buy or sell things with the help of these mobile devices.
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