How Marketers Target Youth
Marketing to the youth consists of talking about money and how that expensive education can sometimes leave you with no job.
In today’s time the youth is taught to go to college and to get a degree. However, many colleges today cost anywhere from $20,000 to $40,000 a year. What if you could take some of that money and learn online marketing?
Once you learn the proper marketing tactics and foundations to marketing, you could become apart of what I like to call young generation marketers.
How marketers Target Youth
Most students in their early 20’s today go to college, and graduate indebted to the schools they attended. Some are fortunate enough to find job in the current economy, and others are having problems.
Even those who find a job to pay off their college debt are really working for someone else and making their boss rich. The college graduate is actually working for a monopoly, or a corporation that has no plans in helping him, or her succeed financially in life.
The monopolies and corporations of America are centered around having their employer’s work virtually as slaves to make the owners richer.
What if you could take some of your knowledge about computers, marketing, running a business, and the internet, and fire your own boss? What I mean by this, is what if you could have the opportunity to create a profitable online business-to the point where you would not have to work again?
The youth of our time knows more about computers and the internet, then ever before. Most inexperienced adults know HTML, java language, graphic design, know how to make videos look high tech, and know how to create really flashy websites.
The older generation was never taught these skills, and most of them did not take time to do it. The older generation is centered around the idea of those fancy computer skills being too hard to master.
However, in reality, it does not take much to learn something new. For example, Mark Elliot Zucherberg made Facebook and he is currently the youngest billionaire.
If you currently have an online business, or want to start one, then I encourage you to invest some money into learning about the internet, and how to market that business.
I encourage the youth going to college to invest some of their time, and money in the internet, as well. Those who have started an online business, but have not succeed in doing well, should find someone that can help expand their business.
If you are a college student who wants to finish school, then I encourage you to finish that degree. Also, I would think about what to do after graduating from college.
For example, do you really want to be working for someone else and making that person richer, or do you think it would be more profitable to work at home?