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Radio Advertising?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by darkman, Aug 28, 2009.

  1. darkman

    darkman Regular Member

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    I have one MP3 for a product i am selling and i want to know where can i broadcast it for free ( if any ) on the radio?
    Thanks guys.
     
  2. stealthisblog

    stealthisblog Regular Member

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    Free radio advertisements? The whole point of advertisements is to make money, no radio station will give you a free one.
     
  3. noob411

    noob411 Junior Member

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    The cheapest radio stations are the non for profit ones! I ran quite a few ads on the radio back in portland, also ads on taxis and on buses......
     
  4. roamer

    roamer Power Member

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    Radio campaigns aren't expensive at all to begin with (at least not if you compare them to tv air time). You need to choose a popular station, otherwise even 'free' is expensive (time wasted, and time is gold). If your product/service fits the interests of the radio show's audience (ie. suits your demographics), you have a winner. I've done media campaigns (radio, tv, movie theater screens, print, etc.) so I know what works in 'real life'. It's the i-marketing I'm not that familiar with, since whatever websites or online campaigns we launched were backed by those 'traditional' advertising campaigns, and 'media buys' (is that the correct term?) with guys like msn. Oh, and as noob411 hinted, you can make a nice profit by doing that crossover between online <-> offline media.