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

Why A Competitive Analysis Can Help You Succeed With Digital


Whether you’re developing a strategy for social media, planning to update the station website, creating a business model for streaming, or wondering why you aren’t getting advertisers’ digital dollars, conducting an analysis of the competition is key. Why? An online analysis of the competitive landscape yields information you may not hear by monitoring the on-air 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

Trending on Twitter: Your On-Air Topic


Your cigarette lighter is out of fluid and you have an electric stove. Pam Anderson is doing a book signing at the mall and you’re bummed you have to work. You think “loaded dishwasher” means your wife is drunk. These are white trash people problems, and apparently they resonate with people all over the world. Read

Selling Social: Are Social Media Endorsements a Good Idea?


Social media savvy radio clients are inquiring about online endorsements, creating revenue opportunities for both radio stations and air talent. However, with opportunity comes responsibility. Stations and talent have built online communities based on trust. Listeners trust that your social media content will be a reflection of what they hear on air- an extension of Read

A 12 Month Resolution for 2012: Build Your Own Personality Brand


If you were asked to define your personality brand in 3-4 words, could you do it? The American Marketing Association defines a brand as a “name, term, design, symbol, or any other feature that identifies one seller’s good or service as distinct from those of other sellers.” The key word in this definition is distinct. Read

Your Brand Has A Voice


It’s easy for radio talent to engage listeners with social media. Your DJs interact with listeners the way they would with a friend or acquaintance, because their brand is their personality. But what about your station accounts? How should brands interact with people on a social media platform? Like a person. Humanizing your station’s Facebook Read