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Advertising On Las Vegas Radio: What Consumers Want To Hear

Jul 16, 2020 5:13:40 PM / by Larry Julius

If you were one of the 1.5 million adults who tuned-in to a Las Vegas radio station last week, then no doubt you heard multiple commercials that included phrases like 'troubling times', 'uncertain times', 'unprecedented times', 'new normal', and 'we're in this together'. 

In March, as the pandemic began to disrupt consumers' lives, using these phrases was a powerful way for Clark County small business owners to acknowledge the severity of the crisis and to exhibit empathy. But 120 days later, these words have become cliche and have lost potency.

A cliche, says the Oxford Dictionary, is "a phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought." 

According to the Writing Center at The University of North Carolina, the dependence on cliches could create a harmful perception of a business that uses them. For instance, these overused phrases can make an advertiser's message seem boring. They can be perceived as vague. They can be interpreted to be a sign of laziness. They can also result in a lack of credibility. 

The words a Las Vegas small business chooses for its advertising will have the most significant effect on sales. That's why eliminating cliches is critical.

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Best Way To Re-Introduce A Las Vegas Small Business To Consumers

Jun 5, 2020 5:07:40 PM / by Larry Julius

Las Vegas small business owners are learning that 're-opening' may not be an appropriate word for the challenges they face as the Coronavirus crisis winds down.  A better term might be 're-introducing'.

Since the Governor of Nevada shuttered the state on April 1, to slow the spread of COVID-19, Clark County consumers have discovered new ways to buy the goods and services they need.  It's now the burden of local business owners to lure these customers back. The first step is re-introduction.

On November 1, 1940, KENO signed-on as the first radio station in Las Vegas. Since then, local business owners have used radio advertising to introduce themselves successfully to new customers. Radio has also helped these businesses survive recessions, depressions, world wars, hurricanes, and blizzards. By any metric, advertising on local radio remains the most effective tactic a small business owner can use post-pandemic, as well.

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Advertising On A Budget? Why Las Vegas Radio Makes Sense.

Nov 26, 2019 7:19:00 PM / by Larry Julius

Over the next 12 months, Clark County  consumers are expected to spend $39 billion at retail.  To capture a larger share of this cash,  local small business owners should consider advertising.

The US Small Business Administration recommends that every SWFL small business advertise consistently.  “Think you have a great product?” asks the SBA. “Unfortunately, no one’s going to know about it unless you advertise.”  The SBA goes on to say, “Advertising, if done correctly, can do wonders for your product sales, and you know what that means: more revenue and more success for your business."

Local business owners have depended on Las Vegas radio to market their goods and services since 1941.  That's when Laura Belle and her husband Maxwell Kelch put the first successful station, KENO, on the air.

Today, Las Vegas radio, by any key advertising metric, is still the best way for business owners to reach local consumers.

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How Long Should My Radio Commercial Be? Las Vegas Business Owners Ask.

Aug 9, 2019 3:27:00 PM / by Larry Julius

Las Vegas radio stations offer different commercial length options to fulfill the marketing objectives and budgets of Clark County small business owners.  The most common lengths are :60-seconds, :30-seconds, :15-seconds, and :10-seconds.

So, how long should a radio commercial on Las Vegas radio be? The simple answer: As long as necessary, but as short as possible.

According to "Seven Steps For Success", the length of a radio commercial should be determined, primarily, by the marketing objective of the underlying campaign.

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