Advertising with WANE-TV and WANE.COM
WANE is committed to being the leader in NE Indiana with initiatives for your business in convergence and multi-platform opportunities that can reach critical mass.
We do this through the power of our #1 rated* on-air broadcast presence WANE-TV and our ever increasing online platform WANE.COM.
WANE-TV will help your business:
- By identifying a unique sales proposition related to your business
- Reach new and current customers
- Enhance or change your image
- Show your unique merchandise
- Increase store awareness
- Compete more aggressively
- Promote special events
- Expand your market or trade area
- Develop high-impact advertising programs designed specifically to fit your needs
- Build a higher level of traffic
- Educate your consumers
WANE.COM provides interactive on-line marketing opportunity that:
- Delivers your message to both traditional TV viewers visiting our web for continuing up to the date news, weather, sports and leisure information as well as your web savvy Internet visitors
- Reaches more people at work, school and home anytime of the day
- Compliments your existing or new TV Schedule OR works as a stand-alone marketing tool
- Provides a cost effective means to deliver a changing daily message - increasing traffic to your business website - for a very affordable price
- Provides a means for smaller businesses to break into Internet advertising without even having a website
- Providing FULL service SEM and SEO through our acquisition of Red McCombs Media (RMM), a nationally recognized player in the SEM, SEO and national display vertical adertising player.
For inquiries on Television advertising opportunities, please contact Tom Antisdel, Director of Sales at 260-481-1510 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For inquiries on Web, Mobile, SEM or SEO advertising/marketing opportunities, contact Michael Thena, Digital Sales Director at 260-481-1517 or email@example.com.
Here from just a few of our web advertising clients:
"Summit Radiology has been working with WANE.COM promoting a unique offering for a radiology company of Laser Hair removal. In just the first month of visibility on WANE.COM we started to see immediate results. We had chosen to also market in 2 other mediums, print and radio, and found WANE.COM was our main source for leads. WANE.COM has truly helped us grow our new branch of business and we are excited about what new opportunities that will be available for us with WANE in the future."
Fran Eviston-Ball, MSM, R.T.(R)
Director of Clinical Services
"Trine has been a web client of WANE for over 4 years now after transitioning from more traditional media. WANE.com has continually driven traffic to our Universities website that is greater than 5x the national average for web marketing campaigns. They have been very helpful with all aspects of the creative call to action for us. We have enjoyed the working partnership we have had over the years and look forward to the continued visibility that WANE.com brings to us."
Jill Boggs – Director
Brand & Integrated Marketing
We carry our "Coverage You Can Count On" message from our mission statement right to you, the advertiser. Our experienced sales staff works with you to understand your business needs and helps you put together the right type of multi-platform opportunity that will reach out to over 270,000 TV households and Hundreds of thousands WANE.COM visitors each month.
*Nielsen Ratings - Rated #1 Sign On/Sign Off in the last 18 ratings periods May 2005 - July 2009
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