Landing pages are a staple in digital marketing. In a previous post, we provided some tips on how to optimize your landing pages with the power of images. Today, we’ll be look at some ways to A/B test your landing page headlines to find what works best for your brand and will boost your conversion rates.
It used to be that the digital sales manager (DSM) was something of a niche position within radio stations, but today that couldn’t be farther from the truth. As the radio industry has adapted their practices to integrate even more digital marketing into their service offerings, the role of the DSM has become more important than ever. For businesses looking to market their products or services to the radio industry, it’s important to know this, because the DSM has influence and can be a major decision maker.
Let’s take a look at some digital marketing trends and how they’ll impact your online marketing ROI in 2016.
Landing pages are a vital component of any digital marketing campaign — including those run with us at Inside Radio. They’re an important step in the conversion funnel, and a great landing page can lead to increased lead generation for any campaign, especially B2B marketing. Additionally, landing pages can provide important metric data to marketers for determining the success of a campaign.
The days of reaching audiences via terrestrial radio alone are long gone, and radio stations have become leaders in a changing industry by expanding their channels of communication — and lines of revenue — into content-heavy websites, event production, and naturally, social media platforms.
As the radio industry diversifies, stations have a growing need for the services of social media management, social media software, and analytics companies. In this article, we’re going to explain how social media is affecting radio. We’ll highlight seven not-so-obvious and insightful ways, and explain how you can use them to your benefit.
For decades, radio stations have been using van hits and remotes to promote their brand and entice advertisers. From tying in with local events, to retail appearances, to concerts that granted them access to exclusive artist interviews and tickets for on-air giveaways, events have always been an integral part of radio’s culture.