I have to admit, I’m a big fan of advertising in the youth market and I love the fact that it is so affordable. It’s a good thing.
Advertising in the twenty-somethings market is no longer the same as before. In fact, advertisers are more aggressive about targeting that segment of the population than ever. A 2012 PwC study found that 35% of advertisers in the twenty-somethings demographic are targeting women 20-29 years old. This means that, with an average of 4.7 ad placements, a young person is being exposed to at least one ad for every six hours of their day.
As with all ads, there is no good way to judge whether or not a commercial is targeted toward a specific demographic. If a young person is being exposed to dozens of ads a day, they are probably being targeted to young people. Most ad campaigns have to do with what they consider to be the demographic they are targeting. Some go so far as to show actual pictures and quotes from the demographic the ad is promoting. It’s not so hard to figure out what a demographic is.
So, what are the demographics that advertisers target? It depends on the type of ad.
When it comes to ads targeting young people, it is often seen that the demographics they are targeting are the same as the demographics that the audience that is being targeted. In other words, the demographic that the ad is targeting is the one that is most likely to be young people. For example, if an airline was targeting young people, the demographic that would be targeted would be the one that is most likely to be young people. This is also true of a restaurant targeting young people.
It’s important to note that targeting ads with the same demographic is not necessarily a bad thing. It’s not necessarily the same demographic as the target audience that is being targeted. It’s important to remember that the demographics that are being targeted with ads are the ones that are the most likely to be young. If your ad doesn’t target young people, you might be missing out on a huge demographic.
If your target demographic is younger than you, then you might be missing out on a big demographic.
The 20s are the decade of the millennial. A young person is the one making decisions about what to buy and when it should be purchased. The younger they are, the more likely they are to be buying things. I believe that with the emergence of digital products in the 20s, brands are taking advantage of the younger consumer to target.
The new age is just about the age of digital products, the age for which digital products are the most popular. If you’re a digital product, you’ll probably have to target younger people. You can’t do that in the digital age; your target demographic is young people.
This is not a new trend its a new market. For the past 7 years Ive been working with some of the biggest brands in the world to put together digital product launches. Now, with digital products being more ubiquitous, these brands are targeting their customers with targeted digital product ad campaigns.