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Why people choose to advertise on Radio

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Introduction

Why people choose to advertise on Radio Using radio advertising to boost business sales is an extremely popular idea with many businesses finding it a cheap easy and effective way of enhancing their sales. When you compare radio to other forms of advertising it tends to be the least expensive medium around. ...read more.

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Using audio adverts with voices gives the advert a personal feel, meaning people become more accustom to hearing a voice making it seem more familiar and hence forth seeming more inviting. Another reason for this is the speed at which an advert can be made and played over the radio, when comparing this with television adverts, it really is no competition. ...read more.

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Radio is a good support medium; it does not have to be used solely for advertising your product. When used in conjunction with printed leaflets it can increase sales extensively further. ?? ?? ?? ?? Rachel Manning ...read more.

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