Trying to attract new customers to a business is something every company tries to do, though for the small business it can be particularly hard. You have smaller budgets for advertising, and you rely more on local custom than larger companies. However, there are still things you can do to get the new customers you … Continue reading How to Attract Local Customers to Your Business
There have been a lot of snark from a lot of Pizza companies about Papa John's statement concerning the NFL protests hurting their sales. Pizza Hut has bragged that their sales are up , Digiorno's frozen pizza has been trolling them and plenty of people on twitter have followed suit, but if you look at … Continue reading Ok Digiorno, Pizza Hut what’s YOUR position on the NFL Protests?
Anyone who reads this site knows what I think of Hillary Clinton. Her election would enable and reward some of the most vile and corrupt behavior that we've ever seen from a potential president. That being said I don't see anything wrong with this: Hillary’s campaign will run $63,000 worth of ads on the Weather … Continue reading Am I the only person who doesn’t see anything wrong with the Clinton Ad buy?
As a social media nerd (perhaps you know the type), I take note of the political ads in the sidebars and footers of the blogs and pages I follow. The unseen forces that affect ad-placing algorithms have figured out that I'm pro-life, and most of the political ads I see are for more-or-less pro-life candidates. … Continue reading Ads say the darnedest things
By John Ruberry It's Super Bowl Sunday and besides the game, another story is the plethora of Super Bowl commercials. Yes, kickoff is hours from now, and the advertisement I'm excoriating will air on only on Fox 32 Chicago, but I'm confident that by 9pm Central Time, Mini Abe's Spontaneous Somewhat Super Premiere, produced by … Continue reading Illinois fumbles $127K on worst Super Bowl Ad
I'd like to speak to my readers new and old a bit about this blog Unlike most bloggers who either do this for a hobby or work for larger companies this blog and my radio show are my full time job and source of income. Due to this there is little time for fun, when … Continue reading Salesmen Advertisers Tip Jar Hitters: Lend me your ears!
There is a major change coming to DaTechGuy on DaRadio. I have engaged the good people at Cameo productions to help out with the show. They will be bringing decades of radio experience to aid in the production and other aspects of the show. This will be of great help to keep the show improving, … Continue reading The Countdown for the current DaTechGuy Advertising rates
...and it sure ain't dual control air conditioning for a KIA. I would be very interested in seeing the vetting process of this award-winning ad. Are these people taking PR lessons from Delta Airlines or what?
This week we begin a Christmas series in honor of our show selling out Thanks to Embroid Me Fitchburg
Yes you've read that right as of 12/2/2010 the ad space on DaTechGuy on DaRadio is completely and utterly SOLD OUT! I owe a debt of gratitude to the customers, listeners and guests who have made this possible. You have my undying thanks. If you were hoping to advertise on DaTechGuy on DaRadio we have … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio SOLD OUT! (Get on the waiting list!)
I talked to Sean Bielat just after the filming of his latest commercial that will be coming out Wednesday You will still have to wait a few days to see the whole thing
There is a very interesting line in this NYT article on their upcoming advertising campaign: “When you’re clear about who you are, you actually make money,” said Sharon Otterman, the chief marketing officer for MSNBC, who started work there one year ago. Hmmm and hmmmm again. What follows this sentence in the story? This does: … Continue reading Is MSNBC coming out of the liberal closet?