A year ago, I wrote about the $100,000-per-year cost of a commercial on the radio and how to get the biggest bang for your buck.
Today, I’d like to show you how to save $50,000 per year on your radio advertising budget.
You can save more than you think.
I spent my summer last year doing research for this article.
The first thing I did was look at what ads are paid for and how much they cost to make.
It turns out there are actually four categories of ads that can be paid for, depending on how much time it takes to do it and how you plan on spending it.
If you are just starting out, that’s probably the best thing you can do.
I have a spreadsheet that you can use to quickly determine what categories of radio advertising you can afford.
For example, if you’re just starting to invest in radio, you might be able to save as much as $50 a year by investing in a couple of categories.
You can also choose to pay for more than one category.
If it’s your first year, I would recommend you start with a “general” category and work your way up.
I found it easiest to go from $30 a year to $50 per year by spending $100 a year on one category of ads.
This is because the longer you go, the more likely you will find yourself paying more than $100 per year.
I would also recommend paying for each category separately, since you can save a lot of money by going through a bunch of them at once.
Here are some more tips to help you decide what to do next.
If you’re doing your research and figuring out which ads to choose for your budget, pay attention to how much money each category costs.
This will give you an idea of what to pay and what percentage of your budget is needed to cover the cost of the category.
The more categories you choose, the easier it will be to figure out what to spend your money on.
Remember, you have to spend money on ads that you’ll get for free or at a discount.
Do your research, but don’t get caught up in the numbers.
This article is meant to help get you started, not to help figure out exactly how much you should be spending on radio.
If there are any other tips you would like to see, let me know in the comments below.