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16th Mar '18 7:11:46 PM JamesAustin
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-->--'''{{Tagline}}''' for ''Film/MeetingPeopleIsEasy''

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16th Mar '18 7:11:33 PM JamesAustin
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-->'''{{Tagline}}''' for ''Film/MeetingPeopleIsEasy''

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-->'''{{Tagline}}''' -->--'''{{Tagline}}''' for ''Film/MeetingPeopleIsEasy''
16th Mar '18 7:11:06 PM JamesAustin
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-->'''''You are a target market'''''
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-->'''''You ->''"You are a target market'''''
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30th Nov '17 12:50:18 PM BlackBaroness
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The opposite trope, PeripheryDemographic, is when a work finds an audience of a variety it did ''not'' intend to appeal to. An AudienceAlienatingPremise is one that either appeals to an extremely niche audience, or negates any Target Audience due to how the premise is constructed; however, it may still attract enough of a PeripheryDemographic through good PR and lots of luck. If a work fails to appeal to either its Target Audience ''or'' a PeripheryDemographic, it's a prime candidate for being DarthWiki/SoBadItsHorrible.

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The opposite trope, PeripheryDemographic, is when a work finds an audience of a variety it did ''not'' intend to appeal to. An AudienceAlienatingPremise is one that either appeals to an extremely niche audience, or negates any Target Audience due to how the premise is constructed; however, it may still attract enough of a PeripheryDemographic to make back its budget, through good PR and lots of luck. If a work fails to appeal to either its Target Audience ''or'' a PeripheryDemographic, it's a prime candidate for being DarthWiki/SoBadItsHorrible.
30th Nov '17 12:49:53 PM BlackBaroness
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The opposite trope, PeripheryDemographic, is when a work finds an audience of a variety it did ''not'' intend to appeal to. An AudienceAlienatingPremise is one that either appeals to an extremely niche audience, or negates any Target Audience due to how the premise is constructed. If a work fails to appeal to either its Target Audience ''or'' a PeripheryDemographic, it's a prime candidate for being SoBadItsHorrible.

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The opposite trope, PeripheryDemographic, is when a work finds an audience of a variety it did ''not'' intend to appeal to. An AudienceAlienatingPremise is one that either appeals to an extremely niche audience, or negates any Target Audience due to how the premise is constructed. constructed; however, it may still attract enough of a PeripheryDemographic through good PR and lots of luck. If a work fails to appeal to either its Target Audience ''or'' a PeripheryDemographic, it's a prime candidate for being SoBadItsHorrible.DarthWiki/SoBadItsHorrible.
24th Nov '17 9:54:36 PM BlackBaroness
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The opposite trope, PeripheryDemographic, is when a work finds an audience of a variety it did ''not'' intend to appeal to.

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The opposite trope, PeripheryDemographic, is when a work finds an audience of a variety it did ''not'' intend to appeal to. An AudienceAlienatingPremise is one that either appeals to an extremely niche audience, or negates any Target Audience due to how the premise is constructed. If a work fails to appeal to either its Target Audience ''or'' a PeripheryDemographic, it's a prime candidate for being SoBadItsHorrible.
8th Apr '17 3:47:56 PM rjd1922
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A good 99.9999999999...9% of the products that see a wide commercial release have one primary function: [[LowestCommonDenominator to make money]]. But they are not released blindly without knowledge of who might buy it. Even as the product is still in the conceptual phase, the marketing division researches who might buy it and how best to reach them. This is split up into {{Demographics}}.

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A good 99.9999999999...9% of the products that see a wide commercial release have one primary function: [[LowestCommonDenominator [[MoneyDearBoy to make money]]. But they are not released blindly without knowledge of who might buy it. Even as the product is still in the conceptual phase, the marketing division researches who might buy it and how best to reach them. This is split up into {{Demographics}}.



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28th May '15 11:25:48 PM Morgenthaler
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To give an example of something built with this in mind, the Target Audience of ''Series/HannahMontana'' is 8-12 year old girls. Towards that end, they created a relatable protagonist, put her in a setting that mirrors everyday life, and offered an escapist fantasy of being an average kid at day, pop idol at night. They reached their target audience through advertisements in magazines and websites popular amongst young girls, branding items they are likely to buy, and running TV ads for both the show and its merchandising during other programs popular with them across the Disney-owned channels. Disney has an extensive SOP for rolling out new tween stars, which includes a mandatory appearance on an established show to introduce the new character to the audience. Various shows in the 80s managed to make profit off the idea that if kids watch a show and like it, they're more likely to buy its merchandise.

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To give an example of something built with this in mind, the Target Audience of ''Series/HannahMontana'' is 8-12 year old girls. Towards that end, they created a relatable protagonist, put her in a setting that mirrors everyday life, and offered an [[WishFulfillment escapist fantasy fantasy]] of being an average kid at day, pop idol at night. They reached their target audience through advertisements in magazines and websites popular amongst young girls, branding items they are likely to buy, and running TV ads for both the show and its merchandising during other programs popular with them across the Disney-owned Creator/{{Disney}}-owned channels. Disney has an extensive SOP for rolling out new tween stars, which includes a mandatory appearance on an established show to introduce the new character to the audience. Various shows in the 80s managed to make profit off the idea that if kids watch a show and like it, they're more likely to buy its merchandise.
28th May '15 11:22:37 PM Morgenthaler
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To give an example of something built with this in mind, the Target Audience of ''Series/HannahMontana'' is 8-12 year old girls. Towards that end, they created a relatable protagonist, put her in a setting that mirrors everyday life, and offered an escapist fantasy of being an average kid at day, pop idol at night. They reached their target audience through advertisements in magazines and websites popular amongst young girls, branding items they are likely to buy, and running TV ads for both the show and its merchandising during other programs popular with them across the Disney-owned channels. Disney has an extensive SOP for rolling out new tween stars, which includes a mandatory appearance on an established show to introduce the new character to the audience. Various shows in the 80s managed to make profit off the idea that if kids watch a show and like it, they're more likely to buy its merchendise.

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To give an example of something built with this in mind, the Target Audience of ''Series/HannahMontana'' is 8-12 year old girls. Towards that end, they created a relatable protagonist, put her in a setting that mirrors everyday life, and offered an escapist fantasy of being an average kid at day, pop idol at night. They reached their target audience through advertisements in magazines and websites popular amongst young girls, branding items they are likely to buy, and running TV ads for both the show and its merchandising during other programs popular with them across the Disney-owned channels. Disney has an extensive SOP for rolling out new tween stars, which includes a mandatory appearance on an established show to introduce the new character to the audience. Various shows in the 80s managed to make profit off the idea that if kids watch a show and like it, they're more likely to buy its merchendise.
merchandise.
25th May '15 9:34:32 AM kchishol
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One thing is certain, though: if it's advertised, it has a Target Audience.

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One thing is certain, though: if it's advertised, it has a Target Audience.

The opposite trope, PeripheryDemographic, is when a work finds an audience of a variety it did ''not'' intend to appeal to.
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