Audience and Advertising

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Audience

What Is a Target Audience? Your target audience refers to the specific group of consumers most likely to want your product or service, and therefore, the group of people who should see your ad campaigns. Target audience may be dictated by age, gender, income, location, interests or a myriad of other factors.

Your Brand voice plays a very important role in placing your ads on the current plateform with the right audience

Who is your Audience

Knowing who you are writing for is critical when starting the writing process. Most of the writing you will do in college has an audience, which is simply a particular reader or group of readers. Your audience will influence your decisions about content, emphasis, organization, style, and tone.

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Proverbs 22:29 KJV: Seest thou a man diligent in his business ...

Seest thou a man diligent in his business? He shall stand before kings; he shall not stand before mean men.

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Audience Strategy

A well-defined audience strategy will ensure you to find the holy grail, which is identifying the right customer at the right moment at the right place. … By crafting a well-defined audience strategy, you make sure that you’re targeting the consumers who’re more likely to purchase or opt for your product or service.

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Friendly. Your purpose: reinforcing their beliefs.

Social Media Audience

Hold contests. ...

Include a visual with every post. ...

Share more video. ...

Amazingly responsive

Apathetic. Your purpose is to first to convince them that it matters for them

Be proactive in listening to and responding to your online community. ..

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