CPR Promotional Check-Up - Jun 4, 2014
June 4, 2014
If you don't have the app, get it. Keke at Kiss in Boise used it at the Live For 175 campaign and it allows you to have listeners sign on your IPAD 2 and then you get a Perez Hilton kind of download as a souvenir. Sample attached. And this is from Bethany Kent at Wired in Philly:
There's also lots of programs and products that allow you to take people's pictures and then let them e-mail the pic to themselves or upload it right to Facebook. The benefit to the station is that you get to keep their e-mail address and they "Like" your FB page when they upload there. You can also include station/client logos & custom borders around the pics. It costs $.10 per upload. Or you can pay $30 flat for a day, $300 flat for a month.
You do need an iPad to run it but the software is free.
One of the stations has a photography client that is going to pop for a setting for a senior pic. The industrious Promotion Director scrounged up a three month supply of Proactiv to throw in to the pot. The contest will involve students (and probably a few of their parents) sending in bad class photos from their past. And we've ALL had them. Worst as-voted-on by the audience gets "The Last Shot". The last school photo they'll ever take, and (station) and (client) are going to make sure it's great.
"So You Think You Can First Dance?"
I can't dance. Someone who-shall-remain-nameless dragged me onto a floor at a club in 2007...yada yada yada...I can't go back to Oklahoma.
What is THE A#1 numero uno gift you could give one of your female listeners who's getting married this Summer? Teach her fiance' to dance.
Graduation parties have evolved from being nice little gatherings of family and a few friends, to Coachella-like events. If you have not put together a package and gotten it out to party rental and catering clients, do it.