Why potential clients may be ignoring your advertising?

Poor creative ideas, poor placement. One, or even both, can be the most common reason for poor ROI in today’s competitive aged services sector. In this article, we would expect you have a clearly differentiated brand strategy delivered across all customer touch-points. If you don’t have this nailed, then don’t even bother advertising. Save the […]

What Facebook’s changing news feed algorithm means for marketers

You have maybe seen some of the click bait headlines over the last few days “Mark Zuckerberg’s change of heart just cost him $3.3 Billion”. Or how about “Mark Zuckerberg is fighting to save Facebook”. Dramatic stuff huh. So what’s happened at Facebook? Facebook is changing the algorithm regarding which content will appear in the […]

Aussies over 50 loathe Gen Y’s political correctness

A new study of Australians aged 50-plus has revealed they’re no fans of younger generations’ politically correct views and describe it as “annoying”, “unauthentic” and, heaven forbid, it’s “ruining society”. The seventh instalment of the study, titled The Australian Seniors Series: Modern Australian Manners Survey, was compiled by Australian Seniors Insurance Agency and interviewed 1000 […]

Targeting seniors with healthier biscuits and snacks

Two happy senior friends cooking in kitchen

Recent data from the UK indicates that by 2030, nearly a quarter of the UK’s population will comprise people over the age of 65 and this sector will grow at a faster rate than the working age population. This group is 27% more likely to snack and 30% more likely to snack on biscuits, most […]

Tech adoption climbs among older adults

Senior Australian Couple Learning To Use Digital Tablet

Recent US Research by the Pew Research Centre has revealed a number of interesting findings regarding the increasing tech adoption climbs amongst older adults – defined as those aged 65+. Key findings include: 42% of older adults now report owning smartphones, up from just 18% in 2013. 67% of older adults use the Internet, compared […]

How to market more effectively to Boomer women

Female customer taking medicine from pharmacist

Today’s post is a recent article by Jim Gilmartin, principal of agency Coming of Age and part of the Evergreen worldwide network of associates and specialists in marketing to Boomers. Jim shares some great tips on how to market more effectively to Boomer women. One of my favourite authors and presenters on marketing to women […]

The AF Brands app. Measuring your brand’s Age-Friendliness

In this week’s guest post, Kim Walker, CEO of Silver Group, details the development of a unique marketing audit tool for brands called The AF Brands app. The app measures how well brands respond to physiological ageing. The trial version of the iPad-only app is available now and free to download from iTunes. “A recent […]

Score more jewellery sales by bridging the generation gap

A recent article in ‘Jeweller’ magazine outlined the key challenges that luxury retailers face when trying to market to Millennials and Boomers. Should they be targeting one or the other, or both? How should they target them? Key take-outs include: Potential market size. Boomers (5.17M) and Millennials (5.22M) are Australia’s two largest demographic groups in […]

Are baby boomer travellers ignoring print in favour of the web and word of mouth?

Recently there has been some news coverage from Mumbrella claiming that baby boomer travellers are ignoring print in favour of the web and word of mouth. Using independent national Roy Morgan single source data from the last 12 months tells a very different story. Evergreen founder and Managing Director Gill Walker explains, “When filtering down […]

5 reasons why seniors may be ignoring your advertising

Mature man playing with granddaughter at home

Contrast is the key When designing adverts, consider the physiological process of ageing and design for the eyes. Go for colour contrast because as people age, the way light is processed within the eye changes. Colour and text of similar hues or density are harder to distinguish and can make your design elements harder to […]

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