Pumped for Super Bowl LII? So are we! Check out our infographic profiling the Super Bowl consumer’s shopping habits, party prep, and how they listen to the game.
One powerful way to create recognition and emotion is through sonic branding, the strategy of using sound to differentiate brands. Audio signatures, familiar voices, iconic taglines, brand anthems, jingles – all are examples of sonic branding that use sound creatively and effectively.
According to the Google Economic Impact Report and AdGooRoo, 1.2 million American businesses use Google search and report $2 of revenue for every dollar of search. eMarketer estimates $40.49 billion will be spent on search this year in the U.S. Can mass reach media like TV and AM/FM radio enhance search impact?
The latest myth among pundits is that smart speakers are killing AM/FM radio. The claim is Amazon Alexa or Google Home owners spend less time with AM/FM radio. Here are the facts.
The insurance market is triggered by major life occurrences such as marriage, home purchase, and the arrival of children. Westwood One worked with researcher MARU/Vision Critical to ask Americans if they were going to purchase insurance in the next six months. Here are the results.
AM/FM radio delivers quantifiable results for brands. It reaches a massive audience, influences consumers when they are looking to spend money, and drives sales. What makes it so effective?
The latest report on the Nielsen TV ratings sweep by Wall Street Media Analysts MoffettNathanson is titled “Worse Than We Thought.” Here are the highlights.
As one of the biggest names in retail, Amazon’s use of AM/FM radio shows a strong belief in its effectiveness driving sales. Here’s why AM/FM radio makes sense for the retailer.