- Leading with Digital to Sell More Print and Broadcast
- Originally Broadcast On:
- May 09, 2012
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- One hour
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When the web was young, many media companies would bundle (and bury) their online products behind their more established legacy offerings, such as print and broadcast advertising programs. Now, research shows that local advertisers are embracing the new “shiny toy:” digital advertising.
Mike Blinder, one of the media industry’s leading advertising consultants and sales trainers, will highlight some of the latest methods that some large and small media companies are using to sell their legacy products using digital solutions, such as the “lead offering.”
Whether it’s online banner ads, search engine optimization, mobile marketing or online video; these new, innovative products can help you sell more.
This Webinar will be broadcast live from the Blinder Group’s 2012 Revenue Summit in Tampa, Fla.
Who Should Take this Course:
Print and broadcast advertising managers and executives who focus on local small and medium businesses as their target advertisers.
Mike Blinder is president of the Blinder Group, Inc., a Florida-based firm that trains traditional sales people on how to embrace new concepts in selling media. The company's goal is to assist in maximizing sales for clients through effective sales training/revenue generation programs. Among the company's more than 350 clients are Gannett, Media General, CanWest, Canada's Globe and Mail, The New York Times Company and Hindu Times.
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