We had the pleasure of giving a sneak peak of our latest study with She Speaks at the WIRED store in Times Square.. And now we’re ready to “share” it with our larger audience.
86% of women in our study said finding interesting information makes them want to share. Women want to share because they think they have information that can help others. It is an altruistic desire. Moms are more likely to say they want to inspire change. They want to make a difference in the world,…Read More
If you’re like me, your heart is in your throat every time you misplace your smartphone. Like most moms it’s my command center or my remote control for my life allowing me to keep up with everything on my plate and stay connected with my two children. And like many moms, I use it to access my social networks continuously during the day and from wherever I may be.
Just look at the high percentages of moms and their daily activities socializing, social networking and…Read More
My teen is seemingly always on her iphone or her laptop. She texts, Skypes, IMs and is constantly in contact with her friends, teachers and the world at large as she is one of the few teens on Twitter. I worry continually about who she is talking with online, whether there is any bullying going on and how she is handling herself. We’ve had numerous talks about online safety and bullying as she has had a bully who has followed her from the real world to her online world for…Read More
The minute she becomes a mom, everything changes forever and particularly the way she spends. Everything from the media she consumes, the technology she uses to shop, and what she expects. How much does the American Mom spend? About $2.1 trillion is attributed to mom’s current spending power. That’s right $2.1 trillion dollars. So how are you going to connect with her and get your piece of her marketing dollars?
A recent Baby Center study called the 2011 Shopping…Read More
According to eMarketer, Facebook now boasts about 23 million moms and growing accounting for about 2/3 of all moms online in the U.S. Not surprising as moms gravitated to Facebook early on for the ease of sharing with family and friends. But Moms and Facebook aren’t just about family photo sharing; she’s also developing relationships with brands.
And take a look at what a study by Our365 and the DMA found.
• 72% of moms who use Facebook have liked a brand on…Read More
The SheStreams conference was held this Friday and Saturday in New York City. SheStreams is a smaller conference that makes it more intimate and easier to meet up with fellow moms. It was my first experience being in the same room with Maria Bailey, the queen of mom knowledge. She opened up the conference with relaying some updated information on today’s mom–the Power Influencer.
• 80% of moms viewed 1 video in the last week versus read a blog.
• More than…Read More
Nielsen recently surveyed women around the world for their “Women of Tomorrow” study. I was so excited to finally see a global study, as they seem to be few and far between. Nielsen reached out 21 countries that represented 60% of the world’s population to gain insight to how women shop, use social media and how we think our roles are evolving or changing.
According to Nielsen, social media around the world has become an indispensable tool. Not just for their homes, but for…Read More
A recent study by Retrevo will lead you to think so. According to the study, 11% of the parents said they’d given up other activities they use to love to spend time of Facebook and Twitter. 19% of iPhone parents said they couldn’t stop checking Facebook or Twitter if they wanted. And if you own an iPhone you’re checking your phone very often because otherwise it makes you nervous or anxious. I found this very disturbing.
Almost simultaneously, I stumbled on a…Read More
So I had the pleasure of having dinner the other night with an eclectic group of folks one of whom was the marketing director of About.com. He was thrilled to hear that I had requested a copy of their recent study called “American Mom.” The About study was conducted in early 2011 examining over 2,500 moms. search behavior, as well as advertising preferences.
So do you think you know Moms? This study surprisingly showed that we’re not all out there looking for…Read More
One of the things I find fascinating is watching the twitter stream of the Mom-entum followers. Over time I’ve discovered the times, the kind of content and who I will generally find online at any given time. It’s just common sense if I want to have an engaged audience, I need to be there when they’re there. I’ve also discovered a connection with timing and the type of content I talk about. Moms are generally not very interested in talking business late at night– it’s…Read More