Even stations with high ratings and great sales professionals are having a hard time keeping up with the loss of advertisers – it makes for a bumpy ride at a turbulent time.
Here’s a preview of a presentation being conducted by MoreFM, Philadelphia Chairman Jerry Lee at the upcoming Media Solutions Conference on how to make advertisers’ campaigns so successful, they re-up, not leave.
High Advertiser Churn – With Jerry Lee
- The one small change when recording local spots that triple their effectiveness.
- Quick! What’s more effective for a local advertiser – a male voice or female voice? If you’re not dead sure, be in Philly April 5th. The research on this is startling.
- How to respond to an ad industry survey of 5,000 radio campaigns that found 68% of the local advertising campaigns were a waste of money. See the main reason and nip it in the bud.
- The “sweet spot” for agencies and advertisers with money to invest in radio that 3 out of 4 radio campaigns are missing – you no longer will.
- Believe this! It is possible to cut advertising churn down to virtually nothing with techniques being used by Jerry Lee’s MoreFM right now (a perennial top biller in the market).
- Get around rate dropping competitors. Let them get stuck with the cheap rates with lots of giveaways and bonuses. Here’s how you get the PREMIUM rate.
- The best resource for testing local advertising copy. Plug in. Get started.
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In less than one day, more useful ideas and strategies to meet radio’s challenges.
April 5, 2017 at the Hub Conference Center in Philadelphia – 20 minutes from the airport, 5 minutes from Amtrak
View the full curriculum here.
- Entercom’s Next Round of Operational Changes
- Beasley’s Dominance over Entercom
- Entercom Salesforce Public Shaming
- The 2nd Cumulus Selloff Including KLOS
- Streaming Music Services Confronting Radio
- Plans for a Second Alpha Media
- Voltair/CBET PPM Enhancements Backfire
- Bye-Bye CBS All-News All the Time
- Nationwide iHeart Downsizing Begins
- New Breeze Soft AC Format Intel