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Mom Study 2013: Year In Review
What We Learned About Moms In 2013	

12.23.13
Mom Study 2013: Year In Review	

What We Learned About Moms In 2013	


Who was Involved?
Composed based on data
from 3.8.2...
Mom Study 2013: Year In Review	

What We Learned About Moms In 2013	


Goodbye Brand Loyalty
Loyalty to brands or stores d...
Mom Study 2013: Year In Review	

What We Learned About Moms In 2013	


Balanced Shopping
Charity is somewhat important to
...
Mom Study 2013: Year In Review	

What We Learned About Moms In 2013	


Moms Love Coupons
Moms love coupons. Whether it’s
v...
Mom Study 2013: Year In Review	

What We Learned About Moms In 2013	


The New Tech Mom
Technology is playing a larger rol...
Mom Study 2013: Year In Review	

What We Learned About Moms In 2013	


Moms Is In Control
Moms are paying attention to the...
Contact Us
Buzz Marketing Group 	

1515 Market St. 	

Suite 1810	

Philadelphia, PA 19102	

215.399.5679	

www.buzzmg.com	...
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  1. 1. Mom Study 2013: Year In Review What We Learned About Moms In 2013 12.23.13
  2. 2. Mom Study 2013: Year In Review What We Learned About Moms In 2013 Who was Involved? Composed based on data from 3.8.2013 – 3.22.2013 500 Participants 9,000 Panelists 53% Female 47% Male Buzz Marketing Group’s Millennials Report 2013 is based on qualitative and quantitative research conducted with 500 buzzSpotters® throughout the United States during the month of March, 2013. This report is available for download at www.buzzmg.com/reports. Survey fielded online 18-22 23-26 27-30 31-34 Ages 18-34 17% 25% 31% 27%
  3. 3. Mom Study 2013: Year In Review What We Learned About Moms In 2013 Goodbye Brand Loyalty Loyalty to brands or stores doesn’t matter. It is rare that Moms will purchase products solely based on the brand name or choose to shop at a store solely based on its name. For instance, when it comes to supermarkets, 94% of moms frequent at least two different grocery stores per week and 44% frequent at least three. These moms choose stores based on weekly specials, available coupons, product selection etc.
  4. 4. Mom Study 2013: Year In Review What We Learned About Moms In 2013 Balanced Shopping Charity is somewhat important to moms. Although value and functionality are the most important factors in their decision to buy a product, a notable 62% of Moms are more likely to purchase something if proceeds are given to a charity organization.
  5. 5. Mom Study 2013: Year In Review What We Learned About Moms In 2013 Moms Love Coupons Moms love coupons. Whether it’s via email (80%) or snail mail (81%), moms use coupons on a regular basis with 78% using coupons weekly and 22% using coupons daily. Coupons have gotten more interesting during the year (Snapchat, anyone?), and this is a trend that will only grow in 2014 as moms seek more value.
  6. 6. Mom Study 2013: Year In Review What We Learned About Moms In 2013 The New Tech Mom Technology is playing a larger role in the everyday lives of moms. We found that 88% of surveyed mothers own their own laptop and 81% own a smartphone. Not only are they obtaining more devices, but they are also becoming more confident in their tech abilities, as a mere 7% believe that their technological knowledge and skills require improvement. Moms will continue to adapt to new technologies in an effort to better their own lives and their families’ lives.
  7. 7. Mom Study 2013: Year In Review What We Learned About Moms In 2013 Moms Is In Control Moms are paying attention to their children’s tech as well. 75% of surveyed moms state that they monitor their children’s online activity. In fact, 76% use parental controls on their children’s computers and over half (54%) use such controls on the television. But it’s not all about controls – conversation is also important as 34% discuss online safety with their kids every week and 20% discuss the matter every day.
  8. 8. Contact Us Buzz Marketing Group 1515 Market St. Suite 1810 Philadelphia, PA 19102 215.399.5679 www.buzzmg.com
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