How to Market to Millennials

No matter what industry you may be in, learning to market to millennials is essential for continued success. At present, millennials make up nearly one-fourth of the entire population and account for nearly 80 million unique individuals that you could add to your target audiences. With over $200 billion in buying power, they are lucrative and untapped market that is generally overlooked by traditional companies. If you are interested in learning how to market to millennials, this article is for you. Let’s look at some tactics you can employ to make an immediate positive impact.

Be Authentic

One of the biggest factors that millennial buyers are interested in is content-driven media. As a generation that has grown up with modern technologies, this marketing segment spends an average of 25 hours each week online; more than a whole day. With authentic content, you can give them content that they are ready to share to make an immediate positive impact. With authentic content, you can ensure that your blogs and social media posts are hitting the needs of millennials completely.

Focus on Inbound Marketing

With inbound marketing, businesses can focus on attracting new leads through their content and turning potential customers into their most valuable assets. By demonstrating your expertise, you can draw in millennials that want content fast because you are ranking well in Google and other search engines. According to the most recent statistics, millennials are 44% more likely to trust experts and are 247% more likely to trust information found in reputable blogs or social networking websites.

Make Your Business Fun

Most millennials want to align themselves with brands that express the same values and ideas that they have. By showing your business has a fun personality you can tap into this market segment to create a tribe of users that trust and believe in your brand. By showing that your business is fun and connecting with millennials on a personal level, you can turn your purchasing process into an experience instead of just a transaction.

Focus on Influencer Marketing

Most millennials are heavily influenced by celebrity endorsements. If your business is in a position to take advantage of influencer marketing, it could be a huge win that results in substantial growth and conversions. Find out who your target audiences relate with and incorporate influencer marketing to make the most of your content strategies.

About Matthew Maennche

My name is Matthew Maennche, and I am a Virtual Chief Marketing Officer.

After years of helping small businesses recover from a Website Design Specialist who “fell off the planet” or those in dire need of Reputation Management as a result of hiring a not so well trained Social Media Management Expert, I realized how strong the need is for marketing expertise at the small business level.

By simply having access to someone who actually understands how digital marketing works, businesses can leverage things like Search Engine Optimization or Social Media Marketing to increase their presence, service area and most importantly bottom line.

I offer my nearly 20 years of experience managing marketing campaigns for businesses all over the world to you as your Virtual CMO.

As a vCMO, and by working with several companies on a part time basis, I am able to provide you years of experience and education for hundreds of dollars a month as opposed to the hundreds of thousands of dollars a year a full time candidate would require.

I look forward to learning more about your business and its journey in your free initial consultation.