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by Dr. Kevin Nunley

Radio Ad Secret

Radio is one of the small business person's best advertising friends. As big media goes, radio is inexpensive. It can also carefully target very specific kinds of listeners.

Rather than spending your marketing budget on a lot of people who aren't interested in buying from you, radio can hone in on just the kinds of prospects that are most likely to fatten your bottom line. Now here's a radio secret that very few advertisers know about.

Radio stations have a system for determining which commercials get played first during spot breaks. Some stations play the commercials with jingles and music first and save the voice-only spots for last. Others do it the other way around. Most play 60 second commercials first, saving the 30s for last.

It's important for your commercial to be one of the first played. Research shows that after the second or third commercial in a row, most radio listeners tune away.

When you buy radio commercials, ask the D.J.s how their spots are "stacked." Find out how yours need to sound to get played first.

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