Today's research shows that it would be a colossal mistake to overlook local influencers when advertising your brand. Using a radio influencer can help you reach your desired marketing objective, especially when you choose one that resonates with the Bay Area audience you intend to reach.
Radio personalities have a unique connection with their audiences. Listeners place a high level of trust in them, and they value their opinions as if they were friends or family. Partnering with someone who isn't part of your business but has a high trust factor with your target market increases confidence and credibility in your brand. A radio influencer can be a smart investment of your marketing dollars, as evidenced by a recent survey that showed 89% of respondents recognized a comparable or improved ROI with influencer marketing over other networks.
We've heard a lot about millennials over the past few years. Now, we’re witnessing the next generation coming of age. The first Gen Zers are graduating from college and beginning their financial journeys. Growing up in an era dominated by technology and social media, Gen Z is informed, and most understand that their future success must include being financially savvy.
In today's online world, digital marketing is more important than ever. Consumers are increasingly making a large percentage of their purchases online. Around 81% of shoppers do research online before they make a purchase, especially a major purchase. Digital marketing has an average ROI of 122%, making it a highly effective strategy for reaching consumers and providing them with more information about your brand.
Bonneville Bay Area teamed up with six Bay Area food banks in early May to raise funds and solicit volunteers during a time of extraordinary need. Bay Area food banks have seen a substantial increase in the number of families seeking essential food supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Widespread layoffs throughout the Bay Area have increased the need for food in our communities. The recent layoffs have been concentrated among lower-income households, who often live paycheck to paycheck.