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Special Report on

Marketing to Older People

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Let’s not forget that Steve Jobs is 55 so maybe his design priorities are now inclining towards the older end of the age spectrum. He is not exactly at the "pipe and slippers" stage but not that far away. I can think of lots of reasons why the iPad will not work but I would love the job of positioning it to the older market. Somehow I doubt if older people were high up on the list of targeted sectors but Apple might be in for a shock. Cannot wait to see a demographic breakdown of the sales figures at the end of the first year. Dick Stroud Labels: Consumer-technology posted by Dick Stroud 3 Comments Links to this post ...
an audience (viewers, readers or listeners) to purchase or take some action upon products, ideals, or services. It includes the name of a product or service and how that product or service could benefit the consumer, to persuade a target market to purchase or to consume that particular brand . These brands are usually paid for or identified through sponsors and viewed via various media. Advertising can also serve to communicate an idea to a mass amount of people in an attempt to convince them to take a certain action, such as encouraging 'environmentally friendly' behaviors, and even unhealthy behaviors through food ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Top books on aging range from “King Lear” to “Tuesdays With Morrie ...
Call us old-fashioned, but at Chapter Two we have a fondness for the printed word. And when a book excites us, we tell people about it. In coming blogs look for our book recommendations on a wide range of subjects: aging, marketing, neuroscience, branding, behavioral economics, and more. We hope you’ll share your comments and pass along recommendations of your own. Read and enjoy. “The Mature Mind,” by Gene D. Cohen (2005) This book reverses, and sets right, the notion that old age equals cognitive degeneration. The most remarkable nugget is that older people’s brains create new neurons every time they form a new neural ... market research, surveys and trends
I Am Not Dead Yet | Capital Gains and Games
you know the song "He Is Not Dead Yet."  It first appears early in Act I and it's hard to get out of your head once you hear it. It's also seems to be my personal theme these days as I sense I'm being increasingly ignored because I'm no longer in the target demographic.  Network and cable television don't appear to care that I still watch and want to be entertained.  Stores at the mall may want my business but they don't do much to get it.  Radio?  Let's not even go there. So...as the fist in a series of posts on this subject...several notes to all CEOs, ... market research, surveys and trends

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MARKETING TO OLDER PEOPLE

MYTHS ABOUT MARKETING TO OLDER PEOPLE
Jay Conrad Levinson is the author of the best-selling marketing series in history, "Guerrilla Marketing," plus 30 other books. His books have sold 14 million copies worldwide. His guerrilla concepts have influenced marketing so much that today his books appear in 41 languages and are required reading in many MBA programs worldwide. Recent Article: MYTHS ABOUT MARKETING TO OLDER PEOPLE - For more on Jay Conrad Levinson visit www.gmarketing.com As older people, defined here as people over 50, become a larger and larger market with more and more disposable income, they become increasingly important to you. So it's ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Madison Avenue, We Have a Problem - The Center for Ageless Marketing
      Speakers sometimes tell business audiences how a frog thrown into a hot tub of water will quickly jump out while one plunged into a cool tub that is gradually heated will bask in his spa until overcome by heat.       According to Fast Company magazine, the lesson is hogwash dreamed up by someone wanting to dramatize the point that people often respond to gradual change too slowly for their own good.       Such faux wisdoms permeate business, especially marketing. For example, people in advertising defend their preoccupation with ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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INFORMATION RESOURCES

Not another article about m arketing to the over-50s
Marketing to older people em ploys the sam e core of skills as is used for any other age group. Understanding and influencing the m ind of the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
CDC Health Marketing | TV Writer/Producer Tip Sheet: Foodborne Illness
Most people do not think about the safety of their food until they or someone they know becomes ill from a food-related infection. While the food supply in the United States is one of the safest in the world, CDC estimates that 76 million people get sick, more than 300,000 are hospitalized, and 5,000 die each year from illnesses caused by contaminated foods or beverages. As the spectrum of foodborne diseases constantly changes, there are many opportunities for food to become contaminated as it is produced and prepared. More than 250 different foodborne diseases have been described: ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
How Older Persons Are Portrayed in Television Advertising
This article describes an examination of recent television ads, primarily in respect to the treatment of older persons. The purpose was to analyze the ads to determine if older people and images of aging are portrayed in negative or stereotypical ways.   A total of 136 commercials were selected for content analyses. The sample of older persons and people of other age groups were viewed and coded by a minimum of two judges. The most significant finding was the absence of the elderly in television commercials. Only 11 of 358 human characters were judged to be 60 or older, only 41 were 50 or older. Of the 130 human ...
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MARKETING TO OLDER PEOPLE
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Have you noticed the increase in TV ads for older people when they ...
group? Ad after ad about erectile dysfunction,or creams for women to make them want to enjoy love making, or all sorts of crap to hold your false teeth in better,or all types of scooters to get around on and after that comes every know medical aid on earth to either make you go or stop you from going to the bathroom. Next comes the unending as salt by the folks from the insurance companies! You know them by poor old uncle Joe.and thank goodness for his insurance policy. I even saw an ad about how you can by your casket and they will ship it to you for when you go to the other side. I guess it would make for a nice ...
What is the best way to plan a marketing campaign? | LinkedIn ...
We are an average size insurance insurance broker based in the UK. We are looking to plan and subsequently implement a specific marketing campaign. We know roughly what our message will be and who we are going after based on the types of problems we are seeing in our market. Our Managing Director will want a structured plan before committing resources to this. Can anybody help me set out a marketing plan for this campaign? Event just a general structure would be great. I'm not after specific help on message or tactics, its more about getting the plan right. Many thanks. posted 3 months ago in Sales Techniques , Budgeting | ...