Category Archives: Digital Marketing
Geo-targeting delivers ads and coupons to the phones of tech savvy, on-the-go college students. Learn effective ways to advertise to college students using geo-targeting.
3 Effective Ways to Advertise to College Students Using Geo-Targeting
1. Use Real-Time Geo-Targeting to Advertise to Students
If you walk onto any college campus, you will see college students on their phones and many students claim they are addicted to their phones. A study conducted at Baylor University found that students spend 8 to 10 hours daily on their cell phones. This type of media usage means that advertisers must look into effective ways of reaching students through mobile advertising.
Creative college marketing campaigns focus on meaningful engagements, incorporate images that covey emotions, and provide a consistent message across mediums.
It may seem today that creativity in college marketing has been replaced with text messages, tweets and short online ads—the types of advertising that this demographic is mostly likely to ignore and dislike! While there is a certainly a place for mobile and online advertising it needs to be done in a thoughtful, interactive way. Young people have shortened attention spans and tons of advertising vying for their attention, across mediums, so it’s extremely important for brands to communicate their story in creative, personal ways.
Today I want to share our most popular college marketing blog posts of 2014.
1. 3 Innovative Back to College Marketing Ideas
Back-to-college marketing is always one of the biggest college advertising opportunities of the year. However, finding a way to stand out from the competition requires creativity and innovation. This blog explores three innovative back-to-college marketing ideas, so you can reach college students successfully.
2. Why Only Using Digital Marketing to Target College Students is a Mistake
Develop and implement a mobile app user-acquisition campaign on college campuses. Use college marketing to increase app downloads and encourage app engagement.
College students love mobile apps and are always looking for new apps that help them in some way. They are particularly receptive to apps that fulfill a need, want, or desire. For example, an app that helps college students study and prepare for graduate and professional school exams or an app that allows students to connect with far-away family and friends. If your app appeals to college students, you should develop and implement a mobile app user-acquisition campaign on college campuses.