Create a Campaign, Not Just a Spot (or Ad)

Jeffrey Hedquist is back to give you another quip about keeping your advertising simple!

Jeff is primarily a ‘radio guy’ and writes about radio advertising, but almost every article he writes can be related to pretty much any advertising medium.  Todays post has to do with making sure the first 5 seconds of your commercial is the most impactful.  I’ll let Jeff explain…

Advertising One-To-One (To One) (To One)

Jeffrey Hedquist is back to give you another quip about keeping your advertising simple!  Jeff has been a ‘guest writer‘ and now he’s a ‘regular’ one!

Jeff is primarily a ‘radio guy’ and writes about radio advertising, but almost every article he writes can be related to pretty much any advertising medium. Today’s post has to do with be personable with your ads.  I’ll let Jeff explain but read my two cents below that…

The Five Second Radio Headline Test

Jeffrey Hedquist is back to give you another quip about keeping your advertising simple!  Jeff has been a ‘guest writer‘ and now he’s a ‘regular’ one!

Jeff is primarily a ‘radio guy’ and writes about radio advertising, but almost every article he writes can be related to pretty much any advertising medium.  Todays post has to do with making sure the first 5 seconds of your commercial is the most impactful.  I’ll let Jeff explain…

Keep Your Advertising Simple

Jeffrey Hedquist is back to give you another quip about keeping your advertising simple!  Jeff was a ‘guest writer‘ back in January with the article, “Humanize Your Commercial Client” and I think I’m gong to make him a ‘regular’ on this site.

Jeff is primarily a ‘radio guy’ and writes about radio advertising, but almost every article he writes can be related to pretty much any advertising medium.  Instead of writing a :10 spot think about brainstorming a smaller print ad.  The point is that advertisements should (typically) have one effective, powerful message.  I’ll let Jeff explain…

People Buy From People: Humanize Your Commercial Client

We have a real cool treat for you guys today!  We have a ‘guest writer’ by the name of Jeffrey Hedquist to give you a quick quip that should help with your marketing and maybe inspire some ideas for your next round of advertising.  Jeff recently spotted an article I did that…was…well…inspired by him!  He sent me an e-mail and I invited him to help educate us!  Mr. Hedquist is really smart guy I read & listened to a lot when I worked for WRNJ Radio.  I am honored to share some of his knowledge to you!

The “I Should Hope So” Question

I was listening once to a Jeffrey Hedquist teleseminar.  I really like Hedquist because he’s a bit honest when it comes to advertising.  He’s one of those guys (to me) that said it ‘how it is.’  A bit of a Gordon Ramsay type, with a little more tact.  He primarily focus’ on radio but I don’t see a reason why it shouldn’t apply any type of advertising.


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