Understanding All Inclusive Marketing for Your Audience in 20227 Minute Reading Time

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Have you heard of All Inclusive Marketing?  The practice of basically trying to advertise to as many different people as you possibly can at once.  It is not exactly something that is really new but let me try to explain…

Has there ever been a time when you have seen an advert and got the feeling that it might have been meant for someone else?  Not for you?  Even though it was a product that would otherwise interest you.

Perhaps you felt like it was something you couldn’t quite relate to.  Possibly, based on demographics that are not your own – a particular emphasis on a certain stereotype, one’s sex, age group, ethnicity etc.  

In the modern era, even now this type of targeted marketing towards certain groups is all too common.  This has often been the case for well… ever since advertising began pretty much.    

For example, men are typically shown more in adverts than Women are.  Unless it involves wearing fewer clothes – then Women are in more adverts than men are.  So many stereotypes have become commonplace.

All too often brands fail to include the people that they actually expect to purchase their products or services.  They are too busy pushing their stereotypes that they all too often forget about everyone else.   Which, is exactly why All Inclusive Marketing Strategies really can make the difference.

Understanding All Inclusive Marketing (TOC)

How To Utilize an All Inclusive Marketing Strategy

As a general rule of thumb, All Inclusive Marketing is a bit more than just including different minorities in your advertising campaigns.  Even changing the colour of your products is still not enough either.  To actually appeal to a wider demographic and sell more products more must be done!

But where do you start?  It certainly isn’t as simple as it might seem on the face of it.

The answer?  = Culture! 

That is the keyword here. 

So, devote your assets and exploration to understanding the political, social, and financial perspectives on your objective market.  Comprehend their difficulties. This will mean inundating yourself in their reality and placing yourself into their point of view.

This in turn will outfit you with the data that is important to make adverts that appeal to potential customers and that will not offend them.  In fact, if done correctly you can make adverts that are actually relatable.

Next Step:  Get the Right Team Together

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Make contact with the right individuals from different backgrounds.  Then work together with these people in unison to help decide on how to improve your current ideas for greater cultural significance.  For instance, if you were to put together a marketing team this could benefit from hiring individuals with more diverse backgrounds.

Look at it this way, would it be OK for a Man to start selling beauty products?  

Of course, yes he could! But then wouldn’t it be a better idea if you had a woman on the team?  Someone that really knew your target audience.

Similarly, what if a Woman was to sell shaving products?  For sure, likewise but wouldn’t it be better if there were a man on the team who shaves on a regular?  Who really knows about shaving products.

This same concept in theory could be considered with different ethnicities.  Like for example, someone from an Asian background will know more about their people than someone from Europe.  Or similarly, someone from Europe, let’s say Italy will know more about their culture and challenges more than someone from Spain.


The Role of Women in All Inclusive Marketing

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When it comes to women as the target audience there is much that should be considered.  The female market is HUGE 

In 2020, it was estimated that women worldwide, between them, had earned a combined income of over 24 trillion dollars!  [R]

What’s more, it is expected that as more and more women enter the workforce, this number will ONLY continue to grow.

Savvy marketers are aware of this and are now representing women more in their marketing campaigns. This can be an excellent way to ensure your marketing budget goes even further. Many businesses are now realizing the potential and are changing their marketing tactics to appeal to more women.

All Inclusive Marketing and How It Affects our Consumer Behavior

Customers are significantly more prone to purchase items from brands that cause them to feel perceived and appreciated as important individuals within their local area.

For example, an individual from a Black community might be more inclined to purchase items from a brand that shows people of colour in their advertising campaigns.

With all inclusive marketing, your campaigns can have more impact and persuade more people to choose your products.

One great example of inclusive marketing is Rhianna’s Fenty Beauty.  This is a very inclusive brand in particular as it markets itself to different races and ethnicities in over 137 countries. 

For instance, one of her adverts even shows a Muslim girl with a hijab.

In Contrast, Inclusivity Is For All! 

After it is all said and done, inclusivity is not just about creating advertising that targets certain ethnic groups of people.  The ultimate goal of all inclusive marketing is much bigger.  Its real purpose has to be one that carefully considers the emotions, feelings and views of everyone in our society.

The objective is for everybody to feel appreciated without alienating any groups no matter what their background is.

As of now, all Inclusive marketing is an ongoing process.  There is much that still needs to happen in terms of evaluating and re-evaluating societal concepts.  Although, in the same breath it is a business model that is quickly growing and the last 10 years especially have made up a lot of ground.

In Conclusion

As mentioned many times throughout this short article all inclusive marketing goes way beyond selling products.  Besides this and the money to be made perhaps the silver lining is also that inclusivity within advertising also can be a powerful tool to help fight biases in society.

Ultimately, as long as everyone can somewhat be happy.  Representation for those that need it and the same respect for existing audiences.  If this can be achieved sufficiently then the potential is HUGE.  Not only could it be very good for business but it can also make everyone feel part of the same community which as a result will create more unity.

Your Feedback – Share Your Thoughts!

What are your thoughts on all inclusive marketing?  Let us know in the comments section below alongside anything else that is relevant to this content.  Also, if you know any groups or people that might like to read this please share this link!

Many thanks for reading 


Alex B. Chivers

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