Contemporary Marketing For Today’s Audiences

If you want to get your business’s message across you will need to appeal to your target demographic. Of course, reaching today’s more media savvy audience requires a much more up to date strategy. A strategy that you can find out more about in the post below.

Hype train

Hype or positive enthusiasm for what you are offering is crucial if you are looking to appeal to a contemporary audience with your marketing. After all influencers and trends are some of the most talked about things on the internet and even in traditional media, worldwide.

Of course, hype isn’t just about building up your service or product over social media, it has to be founded in reality as well. What this means is that you need to deliver on your promises, and get others involved in reviewing your products and services to provide a more objective view.


Written content is fine, but visual, auditory, and interactive content is even better when looking to appeal to a more contemporary audience. After all, marketing in the 21st century is a mixture of not only educating and providing information of value but also entertaining and giving your customers something to identify with.

In fact to do the latter, building a community around your product using social media and your own business’s website can be a real boon to your marketing strategy. After all, those that feel they have a connection to a brand, or that their opinion has been hard are much more likely to demonstrate loyalty in the long run.


There is no them and us when it comes to brand marketing anymore, so rid yourself of the idea that your goal is to get the information you want to the people that will potentially be your customers. Instead, a more contemporary approach will focus on humanizing a brand so potential customers feel it’s more approachable, and that they can ask the questions that they want answering, rather than being dictated to.

This is something that you can see some great examples of on Nick Gross’ Official Twitter account. A place where we’re he combines leading his Find Your Grind business, with offering candid and personal advice about how to make it in the creative industries.

Brand unity

Lastly, if you want to succeed in marketing for a contemporary audience, you need to work on the unity of your brand. In fact, your brand needs to have a precise aim, as well as a clear and cohesive visual presence.

To achieve this, you will need to pay attention to details small as the typeface and font colors that you use, as well as things as significant as the logo you pick to represent your brand visually.

Remember also to repeat these themes over and over again while varying the content they are associated with to ensure that your potential customers stay engaged, but also can always see what brand in providing the content for them. Something that should lead them back to your business when it comes time to purchase the product you are offering.   


By John-Shea

Internet Marketing Entrepreneur

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