Leaning In To The Consumer To Drive Growth

Author: Tammy Greenberg, SVP/Business Development, RAB

It’s nothing new to say that we are living in an attention economy. We are marketing to consumers during a time when there is more noise and choice than there ever has been before – in media of all forms, on the shelves of grocery stores, in the search results on your mobile device or computer, in airports, at events and more. 

Last week, the Association of National Advertisers hosted their annual confab of Masters of Marketing. Over a period of three days, chief marketing officers from national brands took the stage inspiring a group of nearly 3,000 brand stewards, media professionals, analytics and ad tech partners with their brand stories, strategies, and goals for growth.

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Survey Shows Radio Has Become Marketers’ Bellwether

Contributor:  Gordon Borrell, CEO, Borrell Associates

In today’s confusing whirlwind of marketing choices, radio advertising seems to have become a bellwether.  Radio has been getting high ratings not only among local ad agencies, but also from local “direct” buyers. The number of businesses who say they’re buying radio advertising has increased steadily since 2017, according to the largest annual survey of local ad buyers.* Continue reading “Survey Shows Radio Has Become Marketers’ Bellwether”

Radio Show 2019 – Top Takeaways

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Author: Annette Malave, SVP/Insights, RAB

“Radio, Streaming, Podcasting.” During the reimagined 2019 Radio Show, session content touched on all aspects of the audio landscape and delivering insights applicable to all media and advertising professionals.

In session after session, the overarching message was simple. The content broadcast stations deliver to listeners is the core differentiator when compared to other audio sources and how that content is delivered should and will be embraced – regardless of platform or device.

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Data is the New Bacon

Author: Annette Malave, SVP/Insights, RAB

In this world, there are always ingredients, products or events that disrupt culture and make an impact. A few years ago, it was bacon. Bacon has moved from the breakfast table to the dinner table and ultimately to desert. It could be found on anything from soups to cupcakes. Similarly, data has found its place everywhere and in anything we do. That is probably why, Amber Hameed, Vice President, Information Systems, Dollar Shave Club referred to data as “the new bacon.” Data can be found anywhere and by anyone.

 

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Looking for Coverage? Radio Can Help

Author: Annette Malave, SVP/Insights, RAB

What’s the one thing that everyone needs but not many have? It’s also one thing that many adults won’t speak to their loved one about. Life insurance.

According to the Insurance Information Institute, only 60% of U.S. adults had some form of life insurance and 20% believed that they didn’t have enough. The most common reasons for owning life insurance: cover burial and final expenses, help replaced lost wages of a wage earner and leave some money/inheritance.
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Radio Leads the Charge in the
Audio World

Author: Annette Malave, SVP/Insights, RAB

Today, consumers have a multitude of audio options to choose from — broadcast, satellite, pure-plays and podcasts — across a multitude of devices. In other words, audio has never been hotter.

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Audio World”