AM/FM radio can enhance and grow digital marketing efforts. Here’s a summary of three different case studies illustrating the impact radio creates for digital including increased website interest and visitation and significant sales conversion.
Westwood One is the first radio company to launch a data management platform with the Nielsen Marketing Cloud. For the first time in the history of radio, over the air AM/FM radio listening is now directly connected with consumer purchase data.
AM/FM radio audiences deliver exactly what is promised: ads are heard. TV and other media measurement over-count and inflate audiences. AM/FM radio’s audience measurement system, the Portable People Meter, hears what the consumer hears. The radio listener is more likely to hear a commercial than the TV audience is to "see" a TV ad.
In the just-completed 2017 upfront presentations, some major themes were brand safety, mass reach, curbing commercial clutter, and creating digital impact. Here we analyze these themes and outline what radio can learn from current media trends.
Despite billions of dollars being spent in promoting mobile apps, it’s difficult for these companies to get noticed online. The solution? Mass reach media like AM/FM radio. We partnered with Nielsen to conduct a campaign effect study for a major money transfer app to see how Westwood One’s NFL programming can be used to impact awareness and usage.
Since two-thirds of Pandora’s listening occurs at home, Pandora suffers from “empty room syndrome.” The ads are on, but no one is there to hear them. So they optimize timeouts, sending that, "Are you still listening?" message more often to demos they cannot sell. Desireable demos like Millennials? It's a different story.
It’s never too early to start thinking about football season. As the official audio partner of the NFL, Westwood One offers advertisers the opportunity to reach a massive audience of desirable and engaged consumers and add incremental reach and frequency to television campaigns.
Edison’s Infinite Dial is the longest-running survey of digital media consumer behavior in America. Here are four surprising digital audio findings from Edison’s recently released study of 2,000 Americans, 12 years and older, surveyed this year in January and February.
As American media habits change, quick service restaurant (a.k.a. fast food) media plans are evolving. More than ever, the facts point to AM/FM radio as an ideal marketing platform.
According to Nielsen, AM/FM radio is America's #1 mass reach media and TV is #2. To grow sales and customers, these mass reach media play a strong role in the mix.