Posts Tagged ‘Radio Adveristing’
By John Joyce on March 11, 2010 - Comments 1
In an effort to offer the most value to our readers, we have created an interactive map of the Online Marketing Ecosystem. There are so many marketing technologies available that we felt it was important to present your options in one central location. This will be a “living” map and will be updated as often as needed – as long as you’re willing to share your ideas and suggestions with us.
Here are some simple navigation tips:
- Click and drag to move around the map
- Hover over the small arrow next to the name of each tool to see/follow the external link
- Click zoom in/out buttons at bottom of the window
- Click “full screen” button to view in a browser window
By admin on January 22, 2009 - Comments 0
What if I told you that you could advertise your business on local radio for less than you would spend on a local Google Adwords campaign? When I was working at GotVMail, we used Google Audio to target prospects based on demographics, geography, station format and time of day. You have access to the top 25 markets in the country with access to over 1600 FM and AM stations. Google Audio allows you to advertise your local business just like you were a large company without having to deal with the “sales weasels” at your local radio stations.
Google did announce yesterday that they’re no longer selling advertising space in newspapers so let’s hope they don’t do the same with Google Audio.