The millennial generation is the most important demographic of our time. They have more buying power than any other group in history, and they are more well-informed about their purchasing decisions than ever before. The internet has played a huge role in this shift, as millennials can find information on almost anything within seconds. To stay relevant to this growing market segment, you need to be able to keep up with the latest trends and technology. This blog post discusses 10 websites that will help you stay on top of what’s happening for 20-somethings right now!
Of course there are many sites out there dedicated to keeping people informed about finance or fashion but here we’ll highlight some of the best sites for staying on top of what’s happening in media, tech and culture.
Some great websites to check out: – staying on top 2002 *BuzzFeed*: BuzzFeed’s been around since 2006 but it has only gotten more popular over time. It is one of the most well known names when it comes to content that appeals to young adults (and their parents). With articles like “What I Learned In College” or an article with 18 Pictures Of Dogs Making Cute Faces And You Can’t Even Handle How Much You Love Them, BuzzFeed provides entertainment and insight staying on top 2002 The Verge: The Verge is one of the more tech savvy sites and was launched in 2011. It covers a lot of topics like wearables, home gadgets, social media and anything else that’s trending in technology. With articles ranging from “This Company Wants to Put You Inside Virtual Reality” or “Facebook’s Newest Feature Lets Users Send Their Own Version Of A ‘Christmas Card’ To Friends And Family”, it provides readers with up-to-date information about what’s going on in the ever changing world of technology – staying on top 2002
10 Websites For 20-Somethings That Stay On Top Of The Market
CollegeHumor: CollegeHumor has been around since 1998 providing young adults (and their parents) with hilarious content as well as informative articles. One of their most popular articles is “14 Ways To Tell You’re With A Loser” which provides readers with a list of some obvious and not-so-obvious ways to know if you’re dating someone who isn’t good for you
Tastemade: Tastemade launched in 2014 as a food channel that offers recipes, cooking techniques, travel tips and more. It’s videos range from “How To Make The Perfect Fried Egg” to an interview with a cookbook author about her favorite holiday dishes. They also have information about the best restaurants in different cities around the world so that anyone can find great eats no matter where they live or what time it is – staying on top 2002
BuzzFeed: BuzzFeed is a global internet media company, and the most well known of its many divisions. They feature original reporting on all sorts of topics as well as lots of click-bait articles – staying on top 2002
The Skimm: TheSkimm was founded by two college graduates in 2012 when they couldn’t find their favorite morning newsletter anywhere online. Now it has grown into a daily briefing for busy women about what’s happening across politics, business, finance and other world events with an edge that appeals to those who don’t have time or interest in reading full articles – staying on top 2002
Teen Vogue: Teen Vogue first hit newsstands in 1997 but didn’t go digital until 2006. It has since become one of the most popular teen magazines in America. The site’s articles range from beauty and fashion to social justice – staying on top 2002
The Cut: The Cut is a women’s interest channel from the New York Times. They provide smart and entertaining content to help readers make sense of our complicated world, with topics that include politics, fashion, beauty trends and much more – staying on top 2002
Bustle: Bustle’s team consists of professional writers who are passionate about telling stories in all formats: news coverage you may have missed; features on your favorite celebrities or fictional characters; essays exploring timely issues for today’s woman (in her 20s); videos capturing unscripted interviews with interesting people — plus op-eds written by some of our most read columnists — as well as editorials explaining major cultural events and trends.
YourTango: Your Tango’s mission is to be the No. of singles on earth by providing fun, entertaining and thought-provoking content for your lifestyle needs from love, parenting, relationships, sex & dating to food and fashion— staying on top 2002
Bubbly: Bubbly is a guide about living life as an empowered woman with knowledge that will help you make informed decisions when it comes to all things family (pregnancy), career (career tips) — staying on top 2002
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