You may sell toys to parents, but you actually market to their children. That was Hasbro’s modus operandi before late 2012, when the maker of Monopoly, Nerf, Play-Doh and many other toys and games got serious about data, eventually transforming its advertising and social media strategies. Indeed, company research showed Hasbro had not adequately been paying attention to “kids of all ages,” meaning moms and dads.
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