Why Civic Leaders Struggle to Engage Millennials
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Why Civic Leaders Struggle to Engage Millennials

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For a civic leader, reaching Millennials with critical information is a challenge... or it can be an incredible opportunity to connect on a fundamental level unknown in recent generations.

For a civic leader, reaching Millennials with critical information is a challenge... or it can be an incredible opportunity to connect on a fundamental level unknown in recent generations.

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    Why Civic Leaders Struggle to Engage Millennials Why Civic Leaders Struggle to Engage Millennials Presentation Transcript

    • CONNECTING WITH MILLENNIALS A NEW WORLD OF CIVIC ENGAGEMENT Presented by: Ryan Cohn Sachs Media Group
    • DO MILLENNIALS GET A BAD RAP?
    • WHO ARE MILLENNIALS AND HOW DO THEY COMMUNICATE?
    • LET’S FIND OUT…
    • QUESTION 1: In the past 24 hours, did you watch more than an hour of television programming?
    • 1 in 3 Millennials Watch Mostly Online Video / No Broadcast TV
    • QUESTION 2: In the past 24 hours, did you read a daily newspaper?
    • Millennials Get Their News From Different Sources
    • QUESTION 3: Thinking about your phone use, do you have… (A) Only a landline phone (B) Only a cell phone (C) Both a landline and cell
    • Smartphones #1 Tablets/PCs distant #2/3
    • Millennials are constantly connected with mobile social messaging
    • 27% of Millennials have 500+ friends on Facebook
    • Lots of Social Media Users = Lots of Social Sharing
    • HOW DO YOU CUT THROUGH THE NOISE AND CLUTTER?
    • Two Rules of Millennial Outreach: 1) Focus your message 2) Authenticity is key
    • Tailor Your Message: Focus Your Communication
    • Clear and Straightforward?
    • Clear and Straightforward? A seven story building has been proposed for 1234 Smith Street.
    • Call Millennials to Action
    • One Message Doesn’t Fit All LOSING: ABERCROMBIE & FITCH
    • One Message Doesn’t Fit All WINNING: URBAN OUTFITTERS
    • Stay Relevant and Relatable: Local and Issue-Centric Messaging
    • Is It Worthy of the ‘Share’?
    • Build Trust Through Transparency
    • Credibility as Spokespeople:
    • The Opaque Ceiling Effect vs.
    • Be a Community Leader, Not a Politician
    • Bring ‘Behind the Scenes’ to the Forefront
    • Bring ‘Behind the Scenes’ to the Forefront
    • How Closely Do You Follow Local Politics? Make Every Minute Count.