Marketing to Teachers

Marketing to Teachers
Why Market to Teachers? Educators make up a large consumer group. There are about 7 million teachers, college professors, and administrators in the US, and they have $329 billion in spending power.  And teachers aren't just spending that on personal items. According to our annual teacher survey, 94% of teachers used their own money to ...
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Why Brands Should Consider The Role Of Identity When It Comes To Customer Loyalty

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The pandemic has marketers witnessing consumers adopting new digital behaviors and brands embracing e-commerce on a new level, forcing them to rethink how to earn consumer loyalty. Many brands have struggled with being present during this crisis, but those who continued to lean in and look for new strategies, have not only found success but ...
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The Power of Military Discounts and How to Harness It

By Haley Johnson, Content Marketing Specialist, Refuel Agency Offering customer discounts is a tried-and-true strategy to show appreciation to your customers, drive sales, and improve brand loyalty. We know that customer discounts are an effective marketing strategy. But offering targeted customer discounts to the military community multiplies those benefits, shows appreciation to the military community, ...
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College Marketing Trends from Refuel Agency That Will Win Gen Z Customers in 2021

By Jeff Miller, Head of Teen & College Markets, Refuel Agency 2020 was a year that put brands of all sizes to the test. The world has shifted drastically, creating an entirely new marketplace full of Gen Z consumers with different lifestyles, preferences, and shopping habits than when the year began. As we begin 2021, ...
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A Difficult Year Inspires Hope

A message from Jake Weatherly, CEO of SheerID As I reflect on 2020, I have an overwhelming feeling of gratitude. Yet sometimes I dwell on the things that have been taken away, because it’s been a historically difficult year. A global pandemic and social unrest have affected our communities around the world, leaving behind tremendous ...
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Your Campaign Checklist for Marketing to the Military this Veterans Day

The guns fell silent at 11am on November 11, 1918. After four long years, the Great War was over. Veterans Day celebrates the end of this conflict and is also a time to honor those who served—and still serve—in the US Armed Forces. Recognizing the military on this special day with an offer just for ...
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Refuel Agency’s Tips for Creating Powerful Veterans Day Ads

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Editor’s Note: The military community is demographically diverse and has $1.2 trillion in spending power, making it a high value consumer tribe for any brand. In the article below, we invited Liz Carmo with Refuel Agency—one of our preferred partners— to share her expertise in how brands can engage the military with campaigns that are ...
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How Successful Brands Honor the Military and Win Their Business

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On June 9, 1944, Private Joe Gandara’s detachment came under heavy enemy fire from a German force in Amfreville, France. After the gunfire had pinned him and his fellow soldiers to the ground for several hours, Gandara advanced voluntarily and alone toward the enemy, destroying three machine guns before he was fatally wounded. He posthumously ...
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New Research: What Teachers and Students Want from Brands for Back-to-School in 2020

As summer winds down, the pandemic still shows no signs of ending. Plans for the new school year are constantly changing, and students and teachers are struggling with an uncertain future. Brands have a special opportunity to provide support—and win new customers—with meaningful offers that support them through the crisis. To find out what these ...
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Adweek Webinar Highlights How Rothy’s Used Its Current Customers to Acquire New Ones

Acquiring customers is especially difficult right now. For Rothy’s, a direct-to-consumer shoe company with a whole-brand approach to sustainability, that’s no different. When the economy took a turn and consumer spending began to drop, many brands made a knee-jerk reaction, running promotions and super-sales. Not Rothy’s, though. They didn’t want to dilute their brand’s perceived ...
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