Blockbuster Radio Ads
Own 273 typed-out transcripts of my Blockbuster Radio Ad Collection For a One Time $297
If you can craft the right copy that hits a home run in the minds of your clients and or customers, you've found the one thing that can bring them out of obscurity into the spotlight of fame.
Appropriately crafted sales copy is pure marketing gold.
And I can show you how to get it with my collection of 273 blockbuster Radio Ads Collection.
Steal my best radio ads in transcript form for a one time $297.
Back in 2017, I had plans to promote a product with an expert who made millions in radio marketing, and life got in the way.
I paid an assistant over $1000 to compile, type out and organize this blockbuster collection from top radio station markets here in the US.
You get each radio ad typed out in a word document.
And, better yet you get two separate cheat sheets.
First, you get all 273 unique radio attention openings, and secondly, you get the list of 273 radio call to action.
Each ad is uniquely original and can be modified to fit just about any offer.
What in tarnation are you waiting for?
These radio ads won't make you more money without YOUR action!
HERE IS WHAT YOU GET
1) These radio ads will become a true treasure trove of story ideas for years to come. Just some of the ad categories include . . .
- Transportation Company
- Paper Shredding
- Medical Insurance
- Jewelry Company
- Home Repair
- Get Rich handbook
- Credit Refinancing
- Book Selling
- Cloud Software
- Food Delivery
- Hearing Aids
- Tax Assistance
- Hemp capsules
- Back pain relief
- Healthy eating plans
- Gold-dipped roses
- Hair care
- Dress shirts
- Gold IRAs
- Photo and video storage
- Incorporation assistance
- Debt relief
- Lasik eye surgery
- Online degrees
- Employment recruiting
- Collectable coins
- Diabetes relief
- Cancer specialists
- Plant seeds
- Agricultural school
- Accounting software
- Snore reduction strips
- Medical lawsuits
- Car dealership
- Dog food
2) Radio Call To Action Master File
Not only are you going to get all of the typed out radio ads I had my transcriber go through each one of the radio ads pull out all of the call to action text at the end of each one of these professionally produced radio ads spots. And we have listed them all in one word file. So the next time you are looking for call to action inspiration you'll have over 270 of them from your radio ad collection. Use these call to actions in your emails on your website copy to supercharge your closing and conversions.
3) Radio Attention Getting Opening Headlines Master File
I didn’t stop with the call to actions additional you’re going to have typed out over 273 of the radio headlines. Think about it. The radio announcer hast to get the attention of his listener and that’s why they’re paid the big bucks to design radio ads that stop people in their tracks even while driving or multitasking at their computer these headlines are some of the best I’ve ever seen or heard uses headlines for your emails, your sales letters, and any communication to grab attention of your prospect. Getting the attention of the people you want to convert is the hardest thing to do in today’s economy you’ll need headlines that stop people in their track. These radio ads will help you do that.
4)Radio Icon, Lon Dorsey Six Part Interview
How To Become An Icon In Advertising
Lon Dorsey has been a force in radio and advertising since the 1970s, working with huge names like W.W. Caruth Jr., the Dallas Tornadoes, and Larry Holmes. He’s produced his own radio shows, opened an advertising firm, and started his own newspapers and magazines.
The guy knows just about all avenues of advertising and how to make money at it.
And in this audio, you’ll hear all about his amazing journey, along with the lessons, regrets, and advice he’s picked up along the way.
You’ll Also Hear . . .
* The one thing you need to focus on if you want to sell anything in life: People, because advertising is a game of influencing them, here’s how to do it
* A little story that illustrates how to take a negative and spin it into success: While working for the Dallas Tornadoes, Lon had to sell tickets on the sunny side of the stadium. He soon had big-name CEOs sitting in those spots wearing sunglasses and looking cool and everyone wanted the seats – here’s how he did it
* Exactly what Lon did when the free soccer magazine he started for the Tornadoes wasn’t allowed in the stadium anymore because it competed with the one put out by the North American Soccer League – with one simple idea, he made it even more profitable for his advertisers.
* How Lon went from landing 20-dollar spots in his early days in magazine advertising to landing the $1500 ones – just by changing his mindset, and watching what his coworker with the fancier clothes did
* Why it’s absolutely critical to know the financial situation of your prospects – because you won’t be able to sell them on something they can’t afford – here’s how to do that
* The biggest mistake Lon made in his career (he says he blew it when he had a spot lined up on Johnny Carson but they wanted Mohammed Ali and not Larry Holmes). Here’s what happened and what he should’ve done instead. Lon says whatever you do in business, if it becomes a part of you and not the other way around, you’ll be well on your way to becoming an icon. But you have to believe in yourself and trust that you’re going to make it.
* What Lon means when he says, “Fish always talk:” When you’re reeling in big deals, big name businesspeople always talk to other big name businesspeople about where they got their advertising, how much, and the deal they got -- here’s how to make sure your word-of mouth marketing brings in even bigger fish
* A step-by-step look at what syndicating a show is like: what it means, the different ways it can happen (a syndicator might approach you, the general manager of the station might, or you can do it yourself), and when to go each route
* Examples of how to know when your show is ready for syndi cation: Lon says you want people to say you’re a national show on a local basis – here’s what that means along with the other things people are looking for when considering whether or not to syndicate
* Lon’s secret for landing high-end advertising clients and what he does for them that keeps them coming back
* A shocking breakdown of the hour you buy from the station: believe it or not, the station takes some time back, then you need to allot minutes for advertising and intro music – here’s how many minutes you’re actually filling with a show
* The one profitable way to do an appearance (when the radio show host goes to a business to drum up interest there) and what to charge for it
* An in-depth breakdown of the amazing amount of income streams one radio show can bring in
* The little trick no one else is doing in radio – getting a business to endorse your show and pay you to do it – here’s everything you need to know about this type of joint venture
* The single, crucial key to a great interview: Make the guest look smarter than they are – here’s how to do that
* A word-for-word script of what to say when you first walk into a station to talk about a new show – you might think you want to talk to the general manager. You really want to ask for this a program director – here’s what to say
* Everything you need to know to produce a commercial for a client: From finding out what they need to do with it to tips for making it funny and informative
* Lon’s simple, three-second trick for keeping a show running on time even when a guest seems to want to go on and on forever
* Exactly what to say and do if an advertising client says their commercial isn’t working for them
* What an account executive is, why you need one, and how they get paid
* Secrets to landing celebrities (Do a public service announcement) – and the unbelievable story of the commercial Lon did with the Dallas Cowboys to help a little girl with liver problems. Once you hear it, you’ll understand why it’s one of Lon’s proudest achievements
* Why it’s absolutely critical not to act like you know everything at a radio station. Listen more than you talk and don’t be afraid to ask questions
* One of Lon’s biggest regrets: Not syndicating sooner – here’s why
Lon says it doesn’t matter what station you walk into.
It’s going to be like a big group of friends. In other words, you can’t walk in there with anything but one goal in mind when you first meet them: to become one of their friends.
And in this audio, you’ll hear how to do that along with the many tips and advice becoming your own radio show and advertising expert.
Own all six parts to this interview in both PDF transcript form and mp3 downloadable files when you order the 274 Block Buster Radio Ad Collection. Click here to order
5) How to Reverse-Engineer Your Radio PR… and Always Have Publicity That’s Stacked In Your Favor
Public Relations expert the PR Prodigy has worked with the greats – Jay Conrad Levinson, Chet Holmes, Jay Abraham, Les Brown… the list goes on and on. And it’s little wonder.
He says when it comes to radio publicity you’ve got to be like “the house” in Vegas and stack the odds in your favor. In other words, stop guessing at PR when you can use strategies that make results mathematically yours. And in this two part audio interview, you’ll hear how to get them.
He uses reverse-engineering in his public relations business. Basically, that means you should stop sending out formal press releases that beg the media to run your story.
He say’s “Find out what kinds of stories your media is running first, then figure out how to fit in.”
It’s a new way to look at publicity that’s easier, smarter, and more effective. And in this two-part interview, Robert walks you through it all.
Part One: The 3 Easy Ways To Sell Yourself For Free
If you’ve never been on TV before, the PR Prodigy says you’re missing out. It’s not only fun but it also bumps up your credibility instantly because if CNBC thinks you’re an expert, you’re an expert.
The best part about that kind of publicity is… it’s free, and could mean thousands in quick profits. And Robert says it’s easier than you think to get in a magazine, newspaper or on a show too.
But that’s just one of the three ways you can sell yourself for free. And in Part One of this audio, you’ll get a step-by-step look at all three. You’ll also hear…
* How to use joint ventures with your PR – and the 3 questions you should ask yourself to create powerful ones
* All about the JV that changed the PR Prodigy’s life (and the guy didn’t even get his name right!) – how he landed it, what terms he negotiated, how much he made, etc.
* The fastest-known way to be on a national talk show (or in a magazine, newspaper, radio show) and tell millions of people about your business for free
* The beauty of piggybacking – what that means and examples of how to do it for free publicity
* An insider’s look at how the PR Prodigy nailed his biggest clients – and how he delivered on their huge publicity expectations (and how you can do that too)
* The 2 almost-always overlooked things you must be aware of to avoid letting the clock run out on your PR
* The JV he struck up with Fed Ex – that illustrates just how effective piggybacking off the credibility of a giant can be
* The one thing you can do with every JV that will make your deals so sweet they’re hard to say “no” to
* Why you need to stop the outdated PR techniques of press releases and pitching and how he molds stories around his clients instead
* The video the PR Prodigy watches every day on YouTube that helps him create and re-enforce his mindset for success – and why that’s so important
* The little story of how he earned a million dollars – from one client alone
* The only old-school PR tactic that’s still fresh and effective today (and that’s only because he says so many people have jumped on board the “shiny new object syndrome” of social media – no one’s doing this anymore)
* The "no-sweat, no-brainer" PR techniques you’ll want to use for every seminar… or book release, movie opening, product launch, etc.
* The art of co-op mailing – if you run yours like the PR Prodigy does, you can send your next mailing out for free (or maybe even for profit)
The PR Prodigy didn’t learn public relations in college, which is probably why his techniques aren’t bogged down with theory. He learned PR right in the trenches – first, creating it for his own company then expanding it to help others.
He saw the power Jay Abraham was creating with his reverse-engineering techniques, and he applied them to PR for amazing results… that are always stacked in his favor. And in this audio, you’ll hear how you can get those kinds of results too.
Own both parts to this interview in both PDF transcript form and mp3 downloadable files when you order your 274 Block Buster Radio Ad Collection.
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HERE IS WHAT YOU GET
Once you are in the download page part of your order, you will get a link to a zip file that you will download to your desktop computer or laptop. Once you open the file you will see ALL the radio ads each typed out in ms word files.
HERE'S WHAT MY RADIO AD COLLECTION WILL DO FOR YOU
Download, and scan the transcripts to your 273 radio ad collection. Then, study and use them as a way to short cut your way to generating story ideas, opening headlines and call to actions. This radio swipe file is something so brain-dead simple to use. And having and using it is something so fundamentally aligned with everything about writing, that it’s something that will never NOT work. And now you get this entire collection for only $297 without any ongoing payments. What are you waiting for?
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