What are some ideas for senior yearbook ads?


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When creating an ad for a senior page in a yearbook, few things are more important than knowing the audience. Senior ads should be fun, be encouraging and have a direct tie, if possible, to the school.

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Placing a product or service ad in a senior yearbook can be a great experience and lead to a memorable advertisement. Whether by mentioning how the product or service helps create lasting memories of one of the highlights of life's reel or expanding on the upcoming adventures of the graduates, tying the product to the senior experience can generate more interest in the product or service itself. Making specific mention of the school's values, sports teams or mascots is a great way to instill a sense of community and show a personal connection.

If the intention is a personalized ad for a specific student, as many parents frequently request, saying something memorable about the student goes a long way. Mentioning personal achievements, outstanding capabilities or his goals for the future can make a very enduring and delightful senior yearbook ad. Inspirational quotes are also a great inclusion, especially ones that have direct connotation or meaning to the students and school. Readers usually appreciate the addition of humor or inside jokes, but don't include offensive language, phrases or anything that demeans the student, his peers or their school.

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