radio ads

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Radio Commercial. Get the inside story of your book to the airwaves. Stonewall Press 30 sec Radio Commercial will provide you with the opportunity to get heard nationally! If you’re going to advertise (and you should), it makes sense to spend your advertising money where you get the most results… Radio!







why radio ads?

  • Radio sells with immediacy. Research proves that radio regularly reaches consumers within two hours of their largest purchase of the day. Can there be a better time to reach customers than on their car radio while they are driving to do today’s shopping?
  • Radio sells everywhere. Radio is the only true mobile medium. In the car, at work, and at play, radio is there…the companion and the advertising force your customers take with them wherever they go.
  • Radio sells with intimacy. In your personal life, when you have something very important to communicate to someone, which would you prefer – to show them a picture, to write to them, or to talk with the intimacy and emotion of the human voice? Radio sells with intimacy.
  • Reach is nice, but frequency sells. Newspaper and TV are reach media – they reach varying numbers of people. Psychologists tell us that consumers need to be exposed to an advertising message at least three times before it begins to penetrate. Most local businesses cannot afford the necessary three-times-plus frequency those effective advertising demands – except on radio. Radio is the reach and frequency medium you can afford.
  • You’re always on the front page with radio. With radio advertising you are front and center in the listener’s attention span when your ad is on the air. You’re never buried on page 42 and you’re never surrounded by your competitor’s ads. With radio, you are always on the front page. That’s radio!