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Small Business Advertising: A New England Lumber Yard Builds Its Brand

Nov 21, 2019 7:44:00 AM / by Larry Julius

There are 4,800 new, single-family homes built in the greater Boston area each year, according to the National Association of Home Builders. Since 1934, National Lumber has been supplying local builders with the materials necessary to sustain that level of construction.

"We are now the largest independent lumber business in New England," says Steven Kaitz, who is the company's Co-CEO along with his sister Margie Kaitz Seligman.

"Advertising has been part of our continued growth over the past 25 plus years," says Mr. Kaitz. "Advertising on Boston radio is, by far, the largest part of what we do. It allows us to reach both builders and homeowners."

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Social Media Advertising In Boston vs. Local Radio

Nov 10, 2019 6:27:04 PM / by Larry Julius

The first radio stations in New England went on-the-air in 1921.  Eighty-four years later, Facebook inaugurated the social media era.  Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and hundreds of other sites quickly followed.

As social media matured from a novelty to part of consumers' daily rituals, some Boston  area small business owners began to experiment with advertising.

By every key advertising metric, though, Boston radio remains the best choice for a small business to market their goods and services. Here's why.

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Do Millennials Listen To Boston Radio?

Nov 8, 2019 2:08:05 PM / by Larry Julius

It's time to set some misguided New England small business owners straight: When we say everybody listens to Boston radio stations, we mean everybody.  Generations X, Y, and Z. Also, Boomers, and, yes, the millennial generation.

You know...millennials. Those are the "kids" who came of age at the turn of the millennium (which is, debatably, either 2000 or 2001).  This means 18-34 year olds. 

In the greater Boston area, 1.2 million millennials make-up 30% of the adult population and will deliver $30.2 billion to local cash registers.

But here's the thing about millennials that many New England small business owners get wrong: millennials listen to the radio.  Almost all of them. 89.4% of them, to be exact.

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