Listed below is a portion of an article I just saw on the Huffingtonpost.com site. Reported on their site by Lucas Kavner. It bascially says People are really happy when they listen to the radio. That would mean, to catch people in their best moods, one of the best places to place your commercials would be […]Read More Radio Is Happy!
I’m in Seattle for about 4 days this week and I’ve been noticing a lot of Balloon/Blow Ups Advertising in Town. I Saw Vinnie over at the Duck Tours, a GIANT purple ape and a Paul Bunyan at a used car dealership, Huge Ice cream cones on top of an Ice Cream Store and Big […]Read More Big Blow Ups Rule in Seattle Advertising!
First off, I’d like to say that a successful social media advertising campaign would benefit greatly by using traditional media-be it Radio, TV, Newspapers or Billboards (where legal). And I dont just say that because I work at a radio station. Just imagine how many more people will come to your blog, twitter or Facebook page […]Read More Today’s Social Media Update of Variousness…
Yep, There are only about 11 minutes of real action in an NFL football game.. according to Tom Asacker speaker and author of “opportunity Screams-Unlocking Hears and Minds in Today’s Idea Economy”. Can you believe that? only 11 minutes and a game goes on for at least 3 hours if not longer!! What does this mean […]Read More There’s only 11 minutes of Real Action in an NFL Football Game!
Hello, When I meet new people and ask them “What kinds of advertising have you done in the past?” I get many different responses-TV, Radio, Newspaper, Blogs, Facebook, Garage Billboards etc. The people who answer with “Radio”, I go on to ask them “If it worked?” some say yes and some say no. I’d like them to respond […]Read More The 3 ingredients for a succesful Radio Campaign