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Back-to-school advertising, during the early fall semester, can increase brand awareness and allow your company to form positive bonds with incoming students, as well as marketing to students looking for change and excitement.
Advertising to students at the beginning or near the start of the fall semester is imperative. This is a time when many students are making a lot of purchases, including clothing, technology, furniture, school supplies, household items, and media. The beginning of the fall semester represents a new year and is an exciting time for college students.
Reaching the college market can be an easy process when combined with the right partner. Here is how combining 3 different advertising approaches simultaneously can really capture college students’ attention.
There is a lot of noise on college campuses. Many companies are trying to outdo each other in finding ways to really make the best impact in engaging this audience, as they can turn into lifelong customer if the relationship begins the right way. However, in the face of ever changing technology, the core programs where college marketing began still remain strong and effective.
On-campus paper advertising typically employs posters, handouts, or a combination thereof. While ideal coverage would dictate the use of both methods, a choice between the two must sometimes be made; I’ll weigh the relative merits of each.
Despite increasing use of electronic forms of information dissemination, paper advertisements remain one of the best college advertising solutions. This is true for several reasons: 1) Most college campuses offer numerous locations where such material can be posted or distributed; 2) Physical advertisements can’t simply be blocked like electronic ones can; and 3) Students, who are already familiar with the layout of their school, can be employed to distribute the posters or handouts at low cost.
Popeyes Chicken has rereleased a unique Online Plug-in campaign that would hit a homerun with a college marketing element if introduced properly to college students. Learn how to use college marketing to promote downloads.
I recently read an article published on MediaPost by Tyler Loechner, Popeyes Re-releas’n “Rip’n Chick’n” With Interactive Plug-In, which details a new digital ‘Plug-in’ application as described below:
Users go to the landing page to get the plug-in. From there, they can drag a button onto their bookmark bar — for free — and begin browsing Web sites normally. If the user wants to “rip” the site they are on, all they have to do is press the button on their bookmark bar, and every “-ing” on their current page will be replaced with an ‘n.