Dear research and insight enthusiasts, in this week's newsletter, we are here with many insights ranging from consumer expectations in brand communication to Gen Z's interest in podcasts.
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The data provided by SXM Media and Edison Research shows a 57% increase compared to the past 5 years, indicating that 47% of Gen Z has listened to podcasts in the last month. Among podcast categories, comedy is the most popular genre, followed by entertainment, celebrity-related topics, and true crime stories, which are other popular categories of interest.
Idomoo's "State of Video Technology" report reveals that consumers are demanding more video content from brands, and this demand is largely unmet. Particularly, young and high-income consumers indicate a higher interest in personalized and interactive video content. However, it appears that brands are still missing out on a significant opportunity to meet this demand.
The research conducted by Loop in the United States and the United Kingdom reveals that consumers are no longer just seeking free returns. It shows that what they want is a quality experience that demonstrates brands care about them. In this context, consumers particularly look for easy, hassle-free returns, personalized experiences, and product quality guarantees.
According to a study conducted by Sensormatic Solutions in the United States, 79% of consumers plan to do their back-to-school shopping in stores this year. Particularly standalone locations and strip malls are popular choices. Outdoor centers (20%), enclosed malls (19%), and outlets (13%) are less preferred. Price remains the most important factor for consumers, while product availability and safety/convenience are also considered.
According to the research conducted by Ipsos in the United States, it is observed that the new social media platform Threads has sparked interest among people. Particularly among social media users, the number of those who have tried or are willing to try Threads is quite high (58%).
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