Think of every promo as a favor you are asking of your audience (attending an event, listening to morning drive, participating in a contest, friending you on Facebook, reTweeting your content, even thinking about the station in a new light).
The more you ask of your listeners, the less impact each request will have.
Network television provides an example of effective promo usage. Each of the major networks airs 30 to 50 different programs each week, yet they heavily promote fewer than a dozen.
Similarly, it is important to create priority and focus with your station promos.
Every week, there will be dozens of "priorities" that all seem to deserve promo mentions.
Unfortunately, the more "priorities" you promote, the more clutter you create and the fewer things your audience will actually remember and respond to.
Narrow the station's focus down to only the most important promo topics and devote your entire inventory to these.
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