Pick an issue (best to use the same issue you are using for your final project)

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The secret to an effective ad campaign on social media is to target your ads and deliver the right message to the right people. As a result, smaller ad campaigns are generally better than broad campaigns.

For this discussion, please talk about what makes a good target audience for a social ad campaign.

  • Pick an issue (best to use the same issue you are using for your final project).
    • Talk about who your primary, secondary, and tertiary target audiences are among potential activists.
    • Explain what makes each group relevant to a campaign on this issue.
  • Explain how you would target each of these audiences.
    • What interests, demographics, “likes” and “follows” would you use to target your social ads to each audience?
  • Describe the message you would you use to influence each of your target audiences.

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