5 Best Ways To Reach Your Target Audience

Lisa Schaetzel

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Mar 11, 2021 11:45:00 AM

 

5 Best Ways To Reach Your Target Audience

Producing relevant content for the right audience significantly boosts your customer engagement, generates higher-quality sales leads, and increases conversions. A thorough understanding of your target audience is crucial to know what resonates with them. Consumers expect a more personalized experience, and targeted ads allow you to communicate when they’re most receptive to your message.

Analyzing and understanding supporting data that gives you insight into your audience’s whereabouts, wants, needs, interests, and behaviors will help you develop an effective digital marketing strategy.

Suppose you're just launching a new business, or you're not happy with your current demographic mix. In that case, you may want to update your target demographic to enhance your marketing strategy and make your company even more successful. Consider these five best ways to reach your target audience.

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1. Know Where Your Audience Spends Its Time

Once you know who your target audience is, you must determine where they are. You can do this by determining where your current customers are most active and exploring where your competitors are implementing their efforts. Analyze any available data that can inform you on the most up-to-date and relevant channels to use. Collecting relevant data on multiple channels gives you insight into where to spend most of your time and effort.

2. Create Content that Appeals to Your Audience

Screen Shot 2021-03-03 at 10.02.40 AMKnowing where to reach your audience won't matter much if your content doesn't appeal to your consumers. You'll want to ensure you have collected and analyzed data on your target audience for insight into your market. 

Ninety-one percent of consumers say they are more likely to shop with brands that provide offers and recommendations relevant to them. Consider diving deep into what your audience likes and dislikes. Adapt your marketing strategy to fit their needs and expectations.

3. Create Mobile-Friendly Content

Consumers spend over 3 hours a day on their smartphones, yet, many businesses still underestimate the importance of making their content mobile-friendly. If you're still on the fence, consider these statistics:

  • 70% of web traffic comes from mobile phones
  • 80% of the top-ranked websites are mobile-friendly
  • 61% of users will never return to a website that is not mobile-friendly

Making your content mobile-friendly relies on simple methodology. Have a range of short and long-form content to appeal to all readers, including elements like short paragraphs, simple wording, subheadings, lists and bullets, images, and more. Consider how easy it is to access mobile and utilize different formats like blogs and videos. 

4. Tell a Consistent Brand Story

Screen Shot 2021-03-03 at 10.02.30 AMConsistency in your marketing efforts is crucial. Your target audience not only wants a consistent experience with your brand at all touchpoints; they expect it. Keeping your brand consistent and authentic to its story increases revenue by 33 percent

Telling a consistent brand story can turn into more positive impacts on your brand, like increased trust, loyalty, referrals, sales, and conversions.

5. Analyze Results and Adjust

Analyzing data and adjusting results is mandatory to achieving success. You must continuously evaluate your failures and successes. Knowing what works and doesn't work shows you where you need to adapt and improve. Life is all about making mistakes and learning from them — marketing is no different. 

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Ad placement and audience targeting are the top ways advertisers drive more demand. Having a thorough understanding of your target audience is essential in knowing where they are and what appeals to them. By consistently aligning content to your brand story and improving your efforts, you ensure your audience interacts with your brand.

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