Want 8 ways to stop pissing off the next generation on the air?
Almost every station makes every one of these mistakes – every one!
But there are solutions that can turn your station around by attracting younger demographics just by being strategically shrewd.
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- How to change the way your advertisers do commercials so Millennials will buy their products and services. Hint: it has something to do with what happens at the end.
- What’s the best length for a Millennial-friendly radio commercial – keep trying, you’ll never guess.
- Is there a talk radio hot button for Millennial listeners? You betcha, but not one talk station is pushing that button.
- Why radio should take the current audience bingeing trend more seriously.
- A sure-fired way to invite your young listeners to tune out – you want to stop doing this right now.
- Let me just give you this one – don’t use social media. Just don’t. Here’s why.
- At Last! What the next generation wants your stations to sound like. They’re all but begging you.
- What one thing that radio used to do better than anyone else and no longer does is universally loved by young audiences. Bring it back fast.
- Millennials don’t know your call letters, frequency or silly brand names. They can only ID one thing about a radio station – be warned.
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