5 Cost-Effective Alternatives To Facebook + Google Ads For Marketing Your Escape Room With

Today I’m going to be addressing a concern I’m seeing more and more – and that is surrounding the costs of running Facebook and Google ads. As a marketeer, I love these paid ad platforms because they allow fantastic targeting – but it comes with a price.

And following the difficult year the industry has had with the pandemic, more and more escape rooms are trying to minimise their costs. And I don’t blame them.

So what alternatives to these expensive platforms exist that escape rooms can use to market themselves instead?

Luckily there’s plenty to choose from, and I’m going to be sharing the top 5.

How to never, ever, run out of customers for your escape room again!

Today I want to help solve a problem that I know many escape rooms ultimately end up facing, several years into their opening: running out of a customers!
As you can imagine, this is a problem you want to do all you can to avoid – and today I’ll show you how.
This problem exists because of one fundamental, albeit unfortunate, truth about escape rooms: Not everybody will want to play them. Sure, the industry has grown so much over the last decade, there will always be some people who are not interested. I know, it’s hard to read – and trust me it’s hard to type, but it’s true!
That means that eventually, one way or another, you’ll start drying up – running out of customers.
So what is the solution? What can be done to stop this happening, to ensure a constant stream of paying customers?

Key 2 + 3 Of Escape Room Marketing – Targeting + Audiences

You have to market to specific audiences in the places they hang out with the messages they want to hear!

You do that, and you’ll get more bookings with less marketing spend!

To really help demonstrate how you can be that bit more cleverer with your marketing, today I’m going to dive into 3 very different escape room audiences, where you can find them, and the messages they want to hear from your marketing.