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Radio Advertising

Go with a trusted source.
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When you're looking into buying radio time, talk to some business people you respect who already do some radio advertising. Get the name of a trustworthy media rep from a friend in the business community or a colleague from a local service organization. Or just call one of your favorite radio stations to get the process started. A rep usually handles just one station, or sometimes an AM and FM pair of co-owned stations.

Excerpted from Knock-Out Marketing: Powerful Strategies to Punch Up Your Sales

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