CRA targets small and medium businesses with a new campaign

Commercial Radio Australia has launched a new brand campaign targeting small and medium businesses with the clear message that radio advertising helps grow their businesses.

The campaign informs small business owners of the role radio can play in driving customers into store and online.
CRA chief executive officer, Joan Warner, says, “Direct advertisers are an important part of the client base for both metro and regional radio operators. We want SMEs to know that now is a great time to act to get marketing campaigns and ad bookings in place as a new financial year starts. The campaign also highlights the fact that radio can drive consumer action even during lockdowns.”
The We’re All Ears campaign, developed by Eardrum, consists of two creative spots that will run across commercial radio stations nationally for eight weeks.
Eardrum creative director Ralph van Djik says, “Each ad features a cross section of listeners encouraging business owners to tell them what they’ve got on offer.  This approach allows SMEs to hear the customers’ perspective, reminding them that people have money to spend.  It also reinforces that Australians find radio ads useful.”
Radio ad bookings have rebounded recently.  Total ad revenue for commercial radio stations in the five major capital cities was up by 72.6% in May to reach $59.6 million compared to the same time last year.  


Subscribe to the radioinfo podcast on these platforms: Acast, Apple iTunes Podcasts, Podtail, Spotify, Google Podcasts, TuneIn, or wherever you get your podcasts.

Ask Alexa: ‘Alexa, play radioinfo flash briefing’ or ask Google Home: “Hey Google. Play the latest Radioinfo flash briefing podcast.”

  Post your job, make sure you are logged in.


Tags: | | |