The age of “my brand, my way” is here.
Consumers want to be known individually, and they no longer accept blanket statements. People are distinct in their preferences and their values. They identify with their uniqueness and expect the brands they care about to notice it, too.
Successful brands will not only take notice, but also discover ways to speak creatively and strategically to the individual — rather than simply categorize individuals as part of a group.
Here are four trends that harness the power of the individual to create greater engagement between consumers and brands.
1. Prioritize ‘Me’
U.S. consumers crave personal attention. Effective brands are focusing on individuals and tailoring products and services based on their preferences.
The “me” mindset is particularly true of Millennials, who expect brands to […]