How To Create An Effective Radio/Television Commercial Without A Script – Tim Burt Explains

Local radio and television commercials are usually ridiculed and ignored far more often than they are acted upon by the audience.

They’re on in every city, every hour, every day.

The owner of (insert business here), rambling on from a laundry list of “bullet points” that simply must be in the commercial.

But these points rarely – if ever – have anything to do with convincing the audience to come buy from that particular store.

Frankly, I’m sick of it.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

It’s one reason why I say in my “Marketing Intervention” seminars that 99% of all advertising is a waste of money.

So I’m going to give away one of my most treasured advertising secrets that I use quite often: creating an effective commercial – without writing a script.

I’m going to do this on a free webinar on April 8th at 7 p.m. Central time, USA.

This is a 100% content, no hype, no selling webinar…and it will be live. If you can’t make it live, you will be able to watch the replay – only if you register.

You can do that by clicking here.

If you’d rather post the direct link in your browser, here it is:

http://webinarjam.net/webinar/go/3157/d95f53805b

If you follow this blog because you produce commercials, or you have clients that do, you absolutely do not want to miss this webinar.

In fact, there’s a very good chance this will be the only time I ever cover this topic in a free webinar. Normally, I would reserve something this good for my paid webinar attendees.

Again, if you can’t make it live, you’ll have access to the replay – but only if you register.

Unlike my other webinars, I will not make this video public.

Just go here to sign up: http://webinarjam.net/webinar/go/3157/d95f53805b

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Tim Burt

http://www.CommercialProfessor.com

About timburtmedia

30,000+ ads globally. Commercial Advertising Marketing - world-wide audio producer, voice-over talent, copywriter.
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