The next time a connected device owner is running low on kombucha, she might be looking for an ad for more on her smart fridge.
The rapidly growing Internet of Things ecosystem is allowing consumers to get all kinds of real-time updates and connect with brands in new ways. So, the next time a millennial shopper is running low on kombucha or almond milk, it probably wouldn’t surprise him or her to see an ad for more pop up on their smart fridge.
Most Americans (62 percent) already own at least one connected “thing,” whether it’s a car, television, fitness tracker, or home appliance, but the most typical profile for an IoT owner is a millennial yuppie: The study shows that IoT owners are likely to be parents between the ages 18 and 34, with college educations and household incomes above the national average of $50,000.
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