Archive for November 2011
After selecting a market target and after identifying what product or service will be sold, the advertiser must choose the right radio station, the right time-frame and the right message to reach his audience successfully.
Successful radio ads are short 15-second, 30-second, or 60-second scripts read by an announcer, or injected into a radio time-slot, repeatedly over a given time frame that may last from one week to an indefinite period of time.
The first line of the written script must be creative Read the rest of this entry »
Radio advertising needs to be quick, catchy, and memorable. In order for a radio ad to be successful, it must speak directly to your consumers. You may have a great product or service, but that alone will not be enough to assure great sales. As you write your ad, you should definitely think about what is great about your products and services. But you also need to think about why this matters to your potential consumers. What value do your products and services give to consumers? How do you make their lives easier, more efficient, or more exciting?
When you Read the rest of this entry »
Radio is actually a pretty great way to advertise depending on your market. There are different formats of radio such as regular car radio, satellite radio, and internet radio.
Depending on your market, you should cater to a specific radio channel to get more viewers. For example, if your product is catered more toward older adults, you should fine a time where most adult listeners in your specific range listen to a radio station. This is a great way to be Read the rest of this entry »
Whether you’re advertising satellite tv deals or the latest and greatest weight loss pill you face a unique challenge when on the radio. You’ll be surprised to hear a few of the tips we’ve learned over the years but take them to heart: they really work.
More Information is Better: You may be hesitant to bombard the listener with a lot of numbers and info but studies show people actually respond best to radio ads in which specific prices Read the rest of this entry »