TikTok won Gen. Z. It’s influencing how and what they buy, too.
You simply can’t overstate how giant TikTok has become, so quickly, among younger consumers.
The most popular part of our latest Consumer Trends report — judging by tweeted charts and press coverage — is our section on attention and digital media, with a special focus on Gen. Z and TikTok.
The chart that says it all is this generational breakdown in consumers’ most-favorite social media networks: If you were trapped on a deserted island and could choose to access only one social media service for entertainment purposes, which would it be?
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