As 2019 comes to an end, we’re looking back at the blog posts that resonated the most. Here are the top 5 most popular audio insights posts of the year.
Audio Creative Best Practices From The Richards Group’s Chris Smith: Developing Effective And Memorable Radio Ads
Guest blogger Christopher Smith is a Writer and Brand Creative Group Head at The Richards Group, specializing in producing award-winning work for clients who want to combine high-level brand building with effective, agile retail messaging. Here are a few of his guidelines for best practices that brands can use to create effective AM/FM radio ads.
In an exclusive creative study conducted in partnership with audio testing experts VERITONIC, we examine what is arguably the “best of the best” in the audio world by focusing on ads from the most prestigious advertising and creative award shows in the Audio Effectiveness 2018 Report for Creative Excellence Awards.
With podcast ads being such an important part of the conversation, here are a few strategies that can enrich the effectiveness of a podcast read.
First-Ever Podcast Creative Test Gives Brands a Playbook to Drive Branding, Messaging, Reputation and Call to Action
For the first time, we’ve tested podcast ads through a partnership with Advertising Benchmark Index (ABX), a creative testing service that evaluates every type of brand creative across all media. Here’s what we found.
In an effort to understand how to best leverage audio to drive ROI, Westwood One commissioned four separate studies of 284 radio ads that prove women should have more of a starring role in audio creative. Here are the results.
This week on the Sonic Truth Podcast we share groundbreaking new data that proves if you’re not using female voices in your ad creative, then you’re leaving money on the table. Here are a few highlights from the discussion.
Case Study: Major Construction Equipment Rental Firm Uses AM/FM Radio Effectively For Brand Building Among Key Consumers
A major construction equipment rental firm ran an AM/FM radio campaign with the goal of building their brand. Did the AM/FM radio campaign work? Yes! Here’s what we found.
Brand Early And Often: How A Major Insurance Company Used Creative Best Practices To Boost Purchase Intent +160%
By incorporating the “brand early and often” best practice in creative, brands can stir emotions in potential customers as well as drive purchase intent to impact the bottom line. Here’s how one insurance company did it.
Should AM/FM radio ad copy be informational and make a factual case for brands? Or should ads employ storytelling that evokes consumer emotion? Different kinds of copy produce difference results. Here’s how.