What Is A Strong Indicator Of The Best Time To Run A Radio Ad?

The first thing you want to look at is the amount of daily inventory available. How much are they trying to sell? The more they have left, the better off you are. But it’s not just about how much product there is to sell; it’s also about what kind of products are being sold, which can help you determine your audience and marketing strategy. If there isn’t a lot of competition for this item—and I mean real competition, not someone who has no interest in selling because he doesn’t need or want anything from somewhere else—then radio may be an effective way for you to get your offering out there.

If the seller is getting his overflow by using other media outlets (like print ads), then radio could complement those efforts rather than compete with them. For example, if she was advertising on television but not doing well enough that she had gone into debt buying commercials only to see her profits drop even lower after she aired them on TV, then perhaps adding radio would be worthwhile as long as her other media didn’t fill up all the airtime before hers did come through later in the day or week (if ever). It might make sense for her business and its employees if she went back and added another ad like this: “Just two weeks before Christmas we need some extra cash fast! Buy now while supplies last! No returns! We accept charge cards only . . . please