Many radio ads utilize toll-free phone numbers

October 2000
Furniture/Today;10/16/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p216
Trade Publication
Reports on the finding that 36 percent of furniture radio advertisements in the United States contain a toll-free number and use numbers that translate into words for easy recall according to a study of radio advertising by Response Marketing Group. Inclusion of Internet addresses in radio ads.


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