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Why Event Sponsorship?
With the possibility of achieving several goals at once your company can benefit from sponsorship in many ways, including: Enhancing Your Image/Shaping Consumer Attitudes. Sponsorships improve how your target audience perceives your business. Sponsoring events that appeal to your market are very likely to shape buying attitudes and generate a positive reaction. Supporting the right events can influence consumer opinions about your product or business. Driving Sales. Sponsorship geared to driving sales can be an extremely potent promotional tool. This objective allows sponsors to showcase their product attributes. On-site selling and sampling opportunities puts your product directly into a consumers hands while they’re enjoying time with family and friends at an event. Food and beverage companies often use sponsorship to encourage samplings and sales. Often the result is a significant rise in sales volume. Creating positive publicity/heightening visibility Every sponsor is seeking wide exposure in both electronic and print media. Positive publicity helps create heightened visibility of products/services. Coverage of the event may include sponsors names and/or photos. In addition, the kind of media coverage a sponsor may get is often unaffordable if the company were to think of purchasing it, and if it were available. To maximize this objective, it is important for the sponsoring company to have a comprehensive media campaign to augment the regular media coverage promoted by the organizers. Sponsorship can often generate media coverage that might otherwise not have been available. Differentiating from competitors The mere act of sponsoring an event, especially an exclusive sponsorship, is a significant way to create competitor differentiation. Your company name has the opportunity to stand out head and shoulders above the competition. This is particularly helpful if your company wants to combat a competitor with a larger ad budget. Sponsorship allows smaller companies to compete with their industry giants. Target audiences often perceive sponsorship in a positive way. They see you as making a greater effort to support the event, often allowing more or better activities to take place as a result of your sponsorship. Being a “good neighbor.” Your company will be seen supporting the community and contributing to its economic development. That is extremely powerful and creates enormous goodwill. Enhancing business, consumer and VIP relations. Sponsorship can offer perks such as special exclusive networking settings such as VIP receptions or event tickets – opportunities to meet key customers and solidify business relationships. It is important to evaluate each opportunity and look for ways it could tie into your marketing objectives. Given the propensity of consumers to associate sponsors with the event they promote, it is important for companies to select events that are appropriate with their product or corporate image. We at the Spot On Media Group have years of experience placing the right sponsor with the proper event. Let us show you how we can do the same for you.
Is it Time to Re-Design your Website?
Your website is often the first encounter potential customers have with your business, so constant maintenance on your website is necessary to stay relevant. If your site is just a few years (or sometimes months) out of date, it can very likely be turning away potential customers or leads. Here are a few reasons why a web redesign is worth the investment. Like it or not, your web presence is often how your company is judged. Your website is your company’s face, personality, ID card and main point of contact. You cannot afford to let it become outdated. The consumer has many choices, and if your site appears out of touch, they’ll go elsewhere. Today’s websites should be personalized, dynamic and allow the user to remain engaged, rather than just throw data at them. Your website is being viewed on multiple devices. More than 1.2 billion people across the world access the Internet via their mobile devices, with 90% moving between devices to accomplish a goal, according to Google. Is your site optimized to be easily viewed on all of them? Your website users are evolving. With the boom of social and mobile, what consumers expect from a website has increased exponentially. Your site has to load fast, respond immediately, adjust to technology and serve up the right content in the right order. Is your site keeping up with online trends? The web is loaded with statistics so be careful when doing a general search on web trends, but it’s always a good idea to check out your competitor’s websites. Know what you are up against. Sites like Compete.com and Alexa.com give some statistical insight into company’s and can help you see where you stand in the scheme of things. Like fashion and hairstyles, websites can easily go out of style. Sometimes though, it takes someone else to notice and let you know that it’s time for a change. If you want your business to always be on the cutting edge of web trends – take a few moments and see how your site stacks up. If you feel like it’s a little out of style – perhaps it’s time to discuss a redesign. We can help! Contact us today.
LI News Radio is On the Air and Online!
The Spot On Media Group recently launched the new website for Long Island’s new source for News and Information – LI News Radio 103.9. The station debuted on December 26th and in less than two weeks has generated significant buzz. Contact us today for great opportunities for early bird advertising discounts including feature sponsorships and Live commercial reads. Just who listens to News/Talk radio? Here’s an audience profile according to a 2011 Talk Radio Research Project…. • Although news/talk radio is skewed toward males, far more women are listening than is generally recognized. Considering the active nature of news/talk listeners, as well as the significant quantitative numbers, this female audience should not be ignored, especially on stations with large total listenership. • News/talk radio (including “conservative talk radio”) has a much larger African American listenership than most people think. Approximately 22%. These are people who like news/talk radio in higher proportions than their percentage of the population • Thirty-five percent of the listeners of news/talk radio over 25 have graduated from college. Interestingly, this includes a significant number of workers categorized as “blue collar.” That’s right, a consistently growing segment of America’s blue collar work force is college educated…and is listening to news/talk radio. • Although many of the hosts (and callers) in the news/talk radio universe are obviously conservative, the listeners are far more diverse in terms of philosophy and party affiliation. In other words, there is not as much preaching to the choir as conventional wisdom would have you believe. A significant percentage of listeners are independent. It bears repeating, despite the industry’s obsessive adherence to “format purity” on a political ideology level –– a healthy percentage of talk listeners do listen to hosts with whom they disagree…they even listen to hosts they hate! • News/talk listeners are very politically active and are more likely to vote than the audiences of any other radio format, not to mention the audiences/readerships of most other entertainment and information media. That’s why news/talk radio plays such a huge role in the course of elections. Seventy-eight percent of the news/talk radio audience’s eligible voters actually voted in 2010. That is off the charts when compared to national averages or the audiences of other radio formats. • News/talk listeners are relatively affluent and very active consumers of a wide variety of goods and services…although they, like the rest of the population, are feeling the pinch of this extended economic squeeze. Fifty-four percent have annual household incomes exceeding $50,000. • News/talk listeners are active news consumers, drawing information from a variety of sources. It is evident that news/talk listeners are big newspaper readers and internet users. For the fifth year in a row, internet-based news sites are, collectively, the favorite non-radio news source of talk radio listeners, which also indicates how compatible these listeners are with terrestrial radio station internet services. • Football is the favorite news/talk radio listener spectator sport followed closely by baseball. So it doesn’t hurt to talk about key events in these sports even on politically-oriented programs. For a couple of years, auto racing and golf were more popular than basketball and hockey among news/talk listeners. • News/talk radio listeners enjoy a variety of music with country being the favorite in a tight field. Research conducted by TALKERS magazine hints at the country music audience closely identifying with news/talk radio’s conservative flavor. Obviously, because of its upper demographic orientation, news/talk listeners also favor oldies and classic rock. • In a new study regarding the relationship between talk radio and community service, it has been revealed that the news/talk radio audience is prone to engaging in charitable activities and donates a significant portion of its income each year to non-profit organizations. The recession has dampened the dollar amounts to a certain degree –– but not the tendency to give. In conclusion, for a wide variety of reasons that used to require detailed explanation but have become increasingly self-evident, dollar-for-dollar, the advertiser trying to reach an adult audience will enjoy approximately three times the bang for their buck buying news/talk radio than music radio. Contact the Spot On Media Group today and get your business noticed!