People come to Twitter to discover what’s happening in the world, to share information instantly, and to connect with people and businesses around the globe. With hundreds of millions of users and more than 500 million Tweets sent each day, there’s a steady pulse of conversation where people talk about their lives, their needs, their wants, and what they’re doing right now. Every single Tweet is a signal of intent that creates an incredible story of a consumer’s life and what their interests are, what they’re doing, and what they’re searching for in their lives at that moment.
There are patterns that emerge around human behavior. People tell us when they’re hungry. Or when they’re in a new life stage, like starting a family or buying a new home. Who people follow and the Tweets they engage with paint a rich story of what they’re interested in, like a business or fashion icon.
As an advertiser, you only want to reach the right segment of the population — the people who care most about your brand and will be most receptive to your message. Targeting on Twitter lets you reach the right people based on their expressed interests so you will always have the ability to connect with your audience when and where it matters most.
Age or Gender Targeting
Reach people based on their age or gender.
Connect with people based on the people and brands they follow.
Reach people based on their interests.
Target audiences created from your website visitor and/or CRM data. You may also import targeting groups from select audience partners.
Build upon your overall TV strategy by reaching people engaged with specific TV shows before, during, and after a telecast by network or by genre.
Quickly and easily discover, plan for, and activate against events on Twitter. Get started by looking at the events calendar at ads.twitter.com/events and then visit your ads dashboard.
Easily target audiences based on the conversations they're actively participating in on Twitter. Choose from over 10,000 conversation topics across 25 categories, such as sports, lifestyle, video games, books, and more.