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It's hard to believe that one month is already in the history books for 2016. I hope the New Year is treating you well, and hope you'll explore the weekly mature marketing stories that had people talking and sharing. Have something to share? We'd love your comments.

MOST SHARED: Women rule...according to a recent MediaPost article. The piece highlighted insights from a Fona International report that explored the impact and influence of women in spending. Per the author, women control $20 trillion (yes, trillion) in spending annually — a total that is expected to rise to $30 trillion over the next 5 years.

According to the report ...

Many of our readers may have included fitness in their 2016 New Years Resolutions. But what about "brain fitness," that new and growing industry based on the concept that we can rewire and strengthen our neural pathways as we age?

This week's round-up of mature marketing articles and resources shares recent brain fitness news. The post also addresses news itself -- specifically, newspapers, that older and shrinking industry based on the concept of delivering local topics on printed sheets of paper. We wrap it all up with a quote timely for today, Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Read on!

1. MOST SHARED: Per Alvaro Fernandez, chief executive of SharpBrains, a market research firm SharpBrains, "worldwide revenues of the brain fitness industry surged to more than $1 billion in 2012 from $200 million in 2005 and are expected to surpass $6 billion by 2020."

Happy New Year! Like many, our office went into stealth mode during the last weeks of 2015, as our team enjoyed the holidays with family and friends. Yet the Internet doesn't sleep ...

Here are a few items that caught the attention of 50+ marketing pros during recent weeks:

1. MOST CLICKED: The Silver Group calls this "a stunning video shows ageism is alive and well," and we agree. Australia's Apia Insurance staged a stunt -- really a social experiment -- with a group of dynamic 50+ers and a separate group of young advertisers.

While many of us were overindulging in turkey, football and family get-togethers over the long weekend, others were busy as usual reading and sharing insights. Hot topics last week included mobile advertising for seniors and visual content marketing statistics. Learn more about how to make mobile ads more senior-friendly and review data that reinforces how important visual marketing is to your toolkit.

While the days are getting shorter and the leaves are quickly falling, there still may be time to get that Fall roadtrip in. In that spirit, we look today at how advertisers are portraying the mature car shopper and driver, and how they are struggling to walk a fine line between insulting and amusing.

1. MOST SHARED: In a recent NPR radio interview, NPR's Scott Simon and correspondent Ina Jaffe discussed the idea that car ads are becoming "Boomer-averse." Jaffe, who covers aging, noticed what seems to be part of a trend in car advertising.

Happy Columbus Day holiday Monday! Our mature marketing links of the week focus on retirement insights from a very insightful source, as well as answering the question: Do billboards still work for advertising? We'd love to hear your thoughts on this as well as other mature marketing stories so don't be shy, that's what our comment section is for. MOST CLICKED: "What…

Another summer week has gone whooshing by, and for some of our readers it may seem summer itself has whooshed. Ice cream shops warn of limited hours. School buses once more set the pace on city streets. Kids are either back in class or counting down the hours remaining to finish that one book they've ignored for months ...

But at Creating Results we're living in the past. The past week, at least. As we do each Monday, we're recapping the links of the past week that got the most attention from mature marketing pros.

1. MOST SHARED: Charities must adapt to ageing population – or miss out on volunteers, says Lynne Berry, the chair of the UK's Commission on Voluntary Sector and Ageing. Berry's op-ed in The Guardian introduced the commission's final report, called "Decision Time," a deliberately foreboding title.

Here it is, Monday again. Time for our roundup of the week's top links for baby boomer marketing and more.

1. MOST SHARED: "Women who leave the workforce to take on caregiving [on avg] lose out on $650,000 over their lifetime." This statement from Sen. Patty Murray, as part of the 2015 White House Conference on Aging (#WHCOA), was quickly retweeted and commented on. As one Twitter-friend noted:

How to Effectively Leverage The Web To Attract Baby Boomers According to a recent finding by Gallup, 26% of baby boomers are spending more on travel.  Quirk’s Marketing Research highlighted a study examining buying behaviors, and found that 90% of boomers are making their travel purchases online. Boomers and seniors are a perfect target market for travel, as they have…

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