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Building brand awareness on campus is an essential college advertising strategy. In the third and final part of this series we’re going to explore 3 college advertising brand awareness programs and why they work. If you’re not caught up on the series, check out part 1 and part 2.
Effective College Advertising Brand Awareness Programs Part 3
7. College Poster Advertising
College poster advertising is where poster ads are placed on campus bulletin boards in prominent locations at select universities and colleges. Poster advertising can be broad in scope, generating brand awareness throughout the entire campus, or it can be highly targeted, placing posters ads in hard science classrooms.
This blog post explores 3 effective college advertising brand awareness programs that can be utilized on college campuses. Check out this post, if you missed part 1.
College Advertising Brand Awareness Programs Part 2
4. College Advertising Kiosks
College advertising kiosks are free-standing out-of-home advertising displays that are placed in high-traffic locations on college campuses and are used to reach students as they walk around campus. These large, advertising panels attract students’ attention due to their size and prominent placement around campus. Companies can build brand awareness on campus by strategically placing them near entryways, newspaper racks, ATMs, vending machines, and FedEx, USPS, and UPS drop boxes. Raise awareness and advertise to students with college advertising kiosk displays!
Looking for ways to increase brand awareness among the college demographic? Check out these college marketing brand awareness programs!
College Marketing Brand Awareness Programs
1. Branded Notebook Paper
I know what you’re thinking . . . do college students still use notebook paper? Surprisingly, yes! In fact, many students prefer taking notes by hand and research shows that students are more likely to retain information if they take handwritten notes. Some professors have started implementing a no laptop policy in class due to problems with students’ social media usage during lectures.