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Author Weyland, Paul,
Title Successful local broadcast sales / Paul Weyland.
Imprint New York : AMACOM, [2008]

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Author Weyland, Paul,
Subject Selling -- Broadcast advertising.
Broadcast advertising.
Description 1 online resource
Note Includes index.
Contents Cover; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; PART I: Selling Your Client on Why Your Station Is Logical to Buy, Regardless of Your Ratings or Program; CHAPTER 1 Prospecting Local Direct: The Key to a Successful Broadcast Career; CHAPTER 2 Using Media-Savvy Strategies to Get Appointments with Key Decision Makers; CHAPTER 3 Making Broadcast Advertising User-Friendly; CHAPTER 4 Explaining Broadcast Marketing to a Direct Client; CHAPTER 5 Advertising Clutter: You Are the Solution; CHAPTER 6 How We Really See and Hear Commercials; CHAPTER 7 Branding-It's Not Just for Cowboys.
CHAPTER 8 Your Station Is the Logical SolutionPART II: Writing Genius Creative Whether You're a Creative Genius or Not; CHAPTER 9 Recognizing Creative Problems; CHAPTER 10 Creating a Centerpiece for Your Commercial; CHAPTER 11 Making the Spot Emotional; CHAPTER 12 Solving Consumer Problems Without Cliches; CHAPTER 13 Telling Your Target Market What to Do; PART III: Demonstrating That Using Your Station Is Not a Gamble, but a Good, Calculated Risk; CHAPTER 14 Calculating Return on Investment (ROI) and Managing Client Expectations; CHAPTER 15 Explaining the Pure Logic of Buying Your Station.
CHAPTER 16 The Value of One New CustomerCHAPTER 17 Selling Against Other Media; CHAPTER 18 Why a Local Broadcast Client Should Own Your Station; PART IV: Broadcast Sales Mechanics: How to Make Your Job Easier; CHAPTER 19 Creating Concise and Customized Marketing and Advertising Proposals; CHAPTER 20 Break Through the Commercial Clutter: Power Presentations; CHAPTER 21 How to Negotiate Without Turning into a Pitiful Puddle of Spineless Goo; CHAPTER 22 Why Objections Are Our Friends and Logical Ways to Handle Them; CHAPTER 23 How to Close Broadcast Sales Without Looking Like a Jerk.
CHAPTER 24 The Value of Super-Servicing Your Local ClientCHAPTER 25 Collecting-How to Make Sure You Don't Work for Free; CHAPTER 26 How to Overcome Call Reluctance; CHAPTER 27 Conclusion; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y.
Summary This invaluable resource gives readers the tools they need to: get appointments; write great proposals and presentations; sell against other media like newspapers and the Internet; overcome rate resistance; close sales without alienating their clients; create genius creative without being a creative genius; calculate ROI for the client's advertising dollar; land longterm contracts with local businesses; and, negotiate more effectively.
ISBN 9780814409800 (ebook)
OCLC # 190811391
Additional Format Print version: Successful local broadcast sales. New York : AMACOM, 2008 9780814480533 (DLC) 2007021981

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