4 Tips for Marketing to Millennial Moms

M2Moms speaker Stephanie Winanns

Millennial moms are discerning. They expect authenticity and are drawn to brands that tell a compelling story with every touchpoint. Moms today demand more from your marketing than ever before. As I shared on a recent panel at M2Moms, here are 3 things you should know when marketing to millennial moms: Think mobile first. Moms Read

11 Digital Predictions for the Radio Industry


Based on the digital landscape in radio today, here are 11 predictions for radio’s future in digital: 1. The fusion of on-air content and online platforms will be seamless. As radio stations develop strong digital strategies for their on-air talent, the content and engagement of online platforms will be naturally integrated into the on-air show. Read

Pinterest and Top 40 Radio: Embrace Her Lifestyle


There’s a reason so many brands and businesses are creating a marketing strategy just for Pinterest. It’s a huge traffic driver. Recent statistics show it provides more referral traffic to other websites than YouTube, Google+ and LinkedIn combined. Whether you’re a blogger, a retail boutique, or a radio station, traffic to your website is important. Read

Marrying Radio and Digital: Challenge #2


This is the second part of the four part series called “The Challenges of Marrying Radio and Digital.” Read part one here. Challenge #2: Strategy So a lot of us have accepted that as technology evolves, so is the radio industry. But acceptance is only the beginning; we must create a winning digital strategy to Read

Why Tweet? 7 Reasons Your Strategy Should Include Twitter


“Twitter is not a technology. It’s a conversation. And it’s happening with or without you.” -@charleneli It’s true. Your listeners are tweeting. Whether you’re rocking Twitter, have neglected your Twitter account or have never even signed up, people are tweeting about your brand- the station, the personalities, the music, the events. As of September 2011, Read

5 Tips for Online Success in 2012


January is an optimistic month that connotes a new beginning for business owners and managers. New budgets and new goals bring a clean slate full of opportunities to succeed. Amidst these opportunities for success lies your station’s online presence. Make your online brand a priority in 2012 with these five tips: 1. Define your goals. Read

Content Tips for Social Media Success


Content is king. It’s what gets you new likes and followers on Facebook and Twitter, and it’s what keeps existing fans coming back for more. To engage listeners and increase your station’s online following, create a social media content strategy and share your focus with your staff. To plan your strategy, make listeners your first Read

Facebook Page Changes: Are People Talking About You?

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Facebook has been busy making changes. While most of the latest additions to the Facebook framework affect the design and interaction of personal profiles, there is a new metric radio managers should be aware of, and new ways to measure your social media goals using Facebook Insights. The “Talking About This” Metric The new metric Read

Returning The Favor


Before you get worried, I’m not talking about what goes on behind your bedroom doors.  I’m referring to the Twitter and Google+ social media model.  Unlike Facebook profiles, the relationship of Twitter followers and Google+ circles doesn’t have to be a reciprocal one. People can follow (or circle) others they find interesting, and those people Read