Around the country, in communities big and small, local sports is driving traffic to websites. High School sports fans check in for the latest scores, and parents of student athletes are eager to see write ups of weekly games. For broadcasters, there’s a huge opportunity to monetize this largely untapped resource. Growing revenue from local
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Contesting is a time-tested way to engage and reward audiences for brand loyalty. It’s also one of the most effective platforms to build revenue programs for sponsors and advertisers. Have you ever run a contest? Are you thinking of launching a giveaway but aren’t quite sure how to go about it? Let’s go through the details
Podcasts get a high level of engagement. In fact, most podcast listeners listen to about 80% of a podcast episode once they hit play. Sponsors and advertisers love this! If you have worked with radio for any length of time, you know that advertisers pay the bills and with podcasts, and they have huge benefits
Last week, we covered what the benefits of Podcasting can be for your brand (and there a lot!). With so many reasons to begin podcasting, a lot of people just want to get started, hit the red button and start recording their first episode. But before you get aspirations about reaching hundreds, thousands (or more!)
Podcasts have been a defining feature of the media landscape in recent times and 2019 has already shaped up to continuing trending upward. But more importantly, advertisers are also flocking to this growing medium, with total ad revenue growing to $600 million in 2018 with estimates showing it will jump past $1 billion by 2021. So many people we talk
According to Campaign Monitor, email marketing delivers the highest ROI for marketers (40:1) which is (surprise surprise) much higher than social media. That’s all fine and dandy, but where do you start, how do you send blast emails and what the heck do you write about? Whoa, whoa. Slow down, we’ve got you covered. Before
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