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Get real, brands – authenticity is what Millennial women want

So, we’re now well aware women are responsible for 85 percent of all household spends, with a total global income surpassing $18 trillion. But did you know that ‘Millennial’ women (18 to 35-year-olds) make up a substantial portion of this purchasing authority? And yet, according to

What we can learn from marketing-to-women fails and successes

When it comes to marketing to women, some brands know how to reach the target while others completely miss the mark. Here are two recent examples of a marketing (/M2W) fail and success, and what we can learn from them. M2W fail US-based IBM probably meant

Price, freshness and origin of groceries rank high with female shoppers

Saving money may be the biggest driver of brand loyalty towards a supermarket, according to new research administered for Aldi Australia. The study, conducted among over 1,000 chief grocery shoppers of households, found that nine out of 10 would change supermarkets if it lowered how

How an effective brand story can turn the page with female audiences

Communicating to female consumers through storytelling may be one of the most effective ways for brands to reach her – and if you don’t believe us, just ask science, reports a recent article. Simply put, stories ignite the area of the brain that aids us in

Being transparent builds a connection with female consumers

If there ever was a reminder every brand needs, it’s this – 91 percent of women believe you don’t understand them, as a result of your advertising, according to The Lipstick Economy. Why is this important? Because of these women, 85 percent “make or influence” all

Female sports coverage: Why brands should get on the ball

Let’s face it: While women’s sports are slowly getting more attention in today’s society, they’re still trailing behind the vast amount of coverage men’s athletics receive. The reality is that female athletics are lacking a major element that can effect whether women become interested in

Steer your marketing around the insights that drive her

Marketing to women isn’t easy, largely because female roles have been changing, if not multiplying, over the last century. And much of this is due to the encouragement of powerful marketing messages, according to a recent article. It’s what Venus calls ‘see it and be it’

Younger women out-shop, but older women out-spend

Women in their 20s and 30s may spend more time shopping in-store and online, but it’s women over 40 who actually spend more, a recent study by Enhanced Media Metrics Australia revealed. The survey, according to Marketing Magazine, found that women aged 25-35 shop more often,