It’s no surprise that media consumption of the modern American has been changing for quite some time. Even Television, one of the last remaining holdouts from the shifting tides of traditional media, has been affected over the past decade. More than half of adults 18-49 in the US are either light viewers of TV or do not subscribe to a traditional TV service at all . But an audience shift like this doesn’t necessarily mean that TV content is going away anytime soon. The access of the internet has blown open the doors of not only where people get their entertainment, but also the kind of content they are consuming.
Your caffeine-and-sugar fix isn’t cutting it? Nosh your way to a productive workday with these healthy snacks and foods.
Moira Lawler, Monster contributor
For busy working people such as yourself, it’s easy to think of food in terms of what it helps your body stop doing: It quells stomach growls during meetings and suppresses the hangry feelings that put you this close to blasting off a snarky email to co-workers.
Scratch that approach and start thinking about what your workday lunch (and every other meal, too) can do for you and your brainpower.
If you eat smarter, the healthy food you put into your body can actually act as a brain booster and might just improve your workplace performance. Need lunch ideas for work, or some healthy snacks to stock up on? These foods can help keep your brain at its prime.
A recent email asked, "if no one pays attention to your ad, does reach even matter?" New research from Nielsen and Ipsos proves that attention differs across screens and mere exposure isn’t enough—ads need to be noticed, watched, and heard to maximize impact. This data reinforces what we already know...we need an omnichannel marketing strategy to effectively reach and gain the attention of our audience. Check out this infographic of key points from new Nielsen, Ipsos, and YouTube studies on attention and ad effectiveness.