Hey, this is Charles Kirkland, co-founder of the Media Buyer Association. Today we’re going to be talking about wearable technology. And you say, Charles. This has nothing to do with media buying. Why are you changing the subject on me? No. This has everything to do with media buying. It’s a little Jawbone. It’s blue. It costs a hundred something dollars. I’ve had it for quite a while, since they first came out.
Who are the people buying this stuff? Well, typically, upper income individuals who are health conscious. I don’t know about you, but I think those would make a great group of people to target. If you’re looking at that, start thinking about this. These things are only becoming more and more popular. The Apple watch recently came out. Samsung, all of these people, are going to have tons and tons of opportunities to have wearable technology. The question I am asking you is, are you targeting these in your campaigns.
If you want to go ahead and start targeting people that own these types of devices, just even through Facebook, you could target them through Twitter for that matter. By targeting these people, you’re typically dealing with a better quality prospect. And if you’ve got a health related product, great opportunity there, or anything athletic related.
So, with that said, are you targeting smarter? Are you going after these people, or are you just continuing to target the same group of people and hoping your campaign’s going to work. Target people with money, you’ll find it’s easier to sell things.
Anyway, this is Charles Kirkland. Hope you enjoyed it. And as always, if you’re not a member of the Media Buyers Association go ahead and grab your free account below. Click the link below, and I’ll see you on the other side.
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