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Launching The Successful Internet Radio Show

Launching The Successful Internet Radio Show

I don’t think I know anybody who doesn’t like at least one Beach Boys song, but I like most and have liked them since I was younger. When I was about 10 I used to save my pocket money and buy LP’s and one day while I was at the market I came across Pet Sounds and bought it for 50p because I actually thought it was going to be the sounds of various animals, and thought it would be funny to own. When I got home and played it realized that it wasn’t what i thought at all, but became an instant fan. After that I saved up again and again and bought more Beach Boys albums.

William Paterson University’s radio station has been in existence since early 1989. Known today at WP 88.7 Brave New Radio, this non-commerical college station plays of the biggest varieties of music available on the FM dial. Shows can range from rock to gospel to hip hop to talk radio. WP 88.7 operates 24/7.

And yet their internal mechanics have improved over time as of yet they are offering us much more than the mere Fm frequencies. With their radio kit specially the newer model launched, you will get FM, AM, internet radio, weather forecast and also TV audio.

Your conclusion would be that this type of radio advertising was not a good way to make more money. Yes, you did get more students from the radio ad, but not enough to offset the cost of the ad.

A string of flop singles followed, then a small break: She recorded the Sonny Bono/Jack Nitschke song, “Needles And Pins” and her song, “When You Walk In The Room” in late 1963. Both were top 40 hits in Canada; “Needles and Pins” became a no. 1 smash! These two songs later became U.S. and U.K. hits for The Searchers.

Now, for the granddaddy of them all: “the close.” The art of closing is a world unto itself. If you talk to sales managers of large corporations, they are always looking for “closers.” If you ask a sales manager to explain what most salespeople do wrong, they will usually talk about problems with closing. The simplest way to define closing is “the act of asking for, and getting a commitment for a sale.” An example might be: “Should I pencil you in for the 24th?” Once she says “yes,” you have a sale. Closing needs to come naturally and easily as part of the whole process. Clumsily asking, “So, do you want to hire me?” may work occasionally but it could also turn off a potential prospect. Closing too early, before all of the objections have been overcome, will often chase away business as well.

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