Digital Marketing. Branding. Crisis Communications. Social Media Management & Analysis. Advertising. PR. Corporate & Institutional Consulting.

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You have arrived at Millennium 3 Management, Inc. (M3M), a strategic communications and 
management firm with a digital marketing mentality.


Established in 1989, M3M specializes in branding, social media monitoring/analysis, and advertising and public relations. 
The firm also provides crisis management and strategic corporate and institutional consulting services. Get to know us >

Did You Know?

  • In 2016, roughly three-quarters of Americans (77%) owned a smartphone. Source
  • In 2016, nearly three-quarters (74%) of Americans ages 50-64 were smartphone owners. Source
  • In 2016, nearly three-quarters (73%) of Americans indicate that they had broadband service at home. Source
  • In 2016, 69% of U.S. adults were social media users. Source
  • In 2016, half the public owned a tablet computer. Source
  • Black Millennials watch video on PCs and smartphones, at rates of 48% and 23% higher, respectively, than their total market counterparts. Source
  • African-Americans, aged 35-49, watch video on PCs and smartphones, at rates of 45% and 32% higher, respectively, than their total market counterparts. Source
  • In 2016, as compared to print, nearly twice as many adults (38%) often got news online, either from news websites/apps (28%), on social media (18%) or both. (81% of adults get news on these online platforms.) Source
  • In 2016, TV continued to be the most widely used news platform; 57% of U.S. adults often get TV-based news, either from local TV (46%), cable (31%), network (30%) or some combination of the three. Source
  • In 2016, the greatest portion of U.S. adults, 46%, preferred to watch news rather than read it (35%) or listen to it (17%). Source
  • In 2016, the portion of American who read news on a mobile device has gone up from 54%, in 2013, to 72%. Source 
  • In 2017, Facebook is the most-widely used of the major social media platforms, and its user base is most broadly representative of the population as a whole. Source
  • In 2016, a near-record 14% of the country’s population was foreign born compared with just 5% in 1965. Source
  • In 2016, Asia replaced Latin America (including Mexico) as the biggest source of new immigrants to the U.S. Source
  • Fifty-five percent of black Millennials say they spend an hour or more daily on social networking sites, which is 11% higher than the total Millennial population. Source
  • 29% of black Millennials say they spend three or more hours daily on social networking sites, an amount that is 44% higher than that of the total Millennial population. Source
  • Black Millennials are more likely than their total population counterparts to have memberships with Twitter (48% versus 46%), Google+ (55% versus 41%) and WhatsApp (21% versus 14%). Source
  • In 2014, 35% of Hispanics ages 18-to-24 were enrolled in a two-or four-year college. Source
  • Latino males were the second largest group of males of traditional college-age. Source
  • In 2014, Latino males represented 21% of the traditional college age population (18-24 year olds), compared to Whites (55%), blacks (15%), and Asian-Americans (5%). Source
  • Among Hispanics, the share with a bachelor’s degree has tripled since 1971, when data for this group first became available. Source
  • In 2016, 71% of Asian young adults had completed college, up from 67% in 2009. Source
  • The high school dropout rates among Hispanics and blacks ages 18-to-24 reached record lows, in 2014: just 12% for Hispanics and 7% for blacks, down from 33% and 16%, respectively, in 1993. Source
  • Asian-Americans had the highest percentage of adults with a bachelor’s degree, or higher, in 2015. Source
  • The share of U.S. adults living in middle-income households fell to 50% in 2015, after more than four decades in which those households served as the nation’s economic majority. Source
  • In 2013, African-American income growth rates outpaced those of non-Hispanic whites, at every annual household income level above $60,000. Source
  • Women owned more than 9.9 million businesses, about 36% of the total, in 2012. Source
  • More than half of all firms in the health care and educational services industries were owned by women, in 2012. Source
  • A larger share of female 25-to-34-year-olds (52%) had finished college in 2016 than their male counterparts (43%). Source
  • Sales at U.S. businesses in 2012 constituted $14.6T, of which $12.9T was generated by white-owned businesses, $93B by Asian-owned businesses, $473.6B by Hispanic-owned businesses and $187.6B by black-owned businesses. (Source: U.S. Census 2012)
  • In 2012, there were a reported 8.0M businesses owned by people of color. Source
  • 6.4% percent of veterans, in 2015, were Hispanic. Source
  • 11.6% percent of veterans, in 2015, were black. Source
  • In 2012, there were a reported 7.1M employees at businesses owned by people of color. Source

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