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So, the idea of being able to run ads on a platform where they can target ads based both on demographics data, but also purchase data, is tantalizing.
It’s how successful Republicans engage with Millenials and the younger demographic.
They’re also part of the most politically engaged demographic in the country.
Republicans gained an advantage among early mail voters, Shepard said, in part because their demographic tendencies, especially age, aligned with those to whom mail voting appealed.
In an effort to turn the sport into a global game, professional basketball has long catered itself to a younger demographic.
On top of forecasting the populations of 195 countries, the study looked at age demographics and the impact they could have on national economies and the global power structure.
Targeting the right keywords, creating campaigns targeting the right demographic, coming up with effective CTAs, and all those technicalities.
Most likely, you have not one but several main demographics.
Over 53% of US Gen Z between the ages of 15 and 25 years use Snapchat and are the largest demographic on the platform.
That means taking in media that’s targeted to different demographics than those you fall into.
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