Digital Advertising In Fayetteville: How To Get Found Online

Sep 30, 2022 12:30:19 PM / by Larry Julius

Last year, $260 million in marketing was spent online to reach Fayetteville, North Carolina area consumers, according to projections based on the 2021 IAB Internal Advertising Report.  This is 35% more than was spent during the prior year.

There is a correlation between the massive amount of money being spent to reach Fayetteville consumers online and the extraordinary amount of time that these consumers are connecting to the internet via websites and apps.

According to Nielsen, 37.3% of Fayetteville adults are spending 10-plus hours during an average week online. Furthermore, The Pew Research Center, a public opinion research company, reports that one-in-three consumers say they are online constantly. A 50% increase from 2015.  In all, 85% of consumers say they connect at least once daily.

To successfully market and advertise a Fayetteville business on the internet requires a full-scale understanding of precisely what online marketing is.  Spoiler alert, having a website or having a social media site is not enough.

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Topics Website Traffic, internet traffic, internet advetising, internet advertising, digital advertising, social media, advertise on social media, online advertising, social media advertising, web traffic, website visitors, online shopping, sem, seo, google

Grab A Larger Share Of Fayetteville's Accelerating Retail Spending

Mar 4, 2021 5:08:49 PM / by Larry Julius

Fayetteville, North Carolina area consumers are expected to spend upward of $5.9-billion at retail in 2021. This would be, at minimum, a 6.5% jump over 2020. The forecast is based on newly released estimates by the National Retail Federation.

“Despite the continuing health and economic challenges COVID-19 presents, we are very optimistic that healthy consumer fundamentals, pent-up demand and widespread distribution of the vaccine will generate increased economic growth, retail sales and consumer spending,” NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay said.

“From the outset of the pandemic, retailers have gone above and beyond even the most conservative safety guidelines to protect and serve their associates and consumers alike."

To capture the largest possible share of spending growth, local retailers will need to advertise. By the most crucial marketing metrics, the best best way to reach consumers is by advertising on Fayetteville radio.

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Topics Retailer, retail, small business, Website Traffic, small business owner, fayetteville small business owners, consumer spending, radio advertising, retail sales, retail stores, small business marketing, web traffic, website visitors, retail traffic, retail store traffic, small business advertising, online shopping, retail spending

5 Key Advertising Stats Fayetteville Small Business Owners Should Know

Feb 23, 2021 8:46:51 AM / by Larry Julius

Since 1921, advertising on Fayetteville, radio has helped North Carolina small business owners survive and thrive during times of peril. This includes world wars, natural disasters, depressions, and recessions.

Even during a pandemic, by almost every key marketing metric, radio advertising remains the best way for a Fayetteville business to market its goods and services.

To prove the point, here are five statistics that vividly demonstrate the value of advertising on Fayetteville radio.

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Topics Retailer, reach, roi, return on investment, retail, Website Traffic, best way to advertise, radio commercials, in-car audio, in-car listening, retail sales, retail stores, web traffic, website visitors, retail traffic, retail store traffic, listening location, advertise on fayetteville radio, online shopping

What Is The Best Way To Reach Online Shoppers In Fayetteville?

Nov 17, 2020 4:08:23 PM / by Larry Julius

Fayetteville shoppers are expected to spend a record $1.1 billion online in 2020, based on the most recent projections from eMarketer. This would represent year-over-year growth of 32.4%.

During the same period, according to eMarketer, receipts at brick-and-mortar stores have contracted by 3.2%.  Overall, excluding gas and auto sales, e-commerce will account for 20.6% of all retail sales this year.

The Coronavirus pandemic is credited with this seismic shift in shopping behavior as consumers continue to avoid stores and opt for online shopping.

“We’ve seen e-commerce accelerate in ways that didn’t seem possible last spring, given the extent of the economic crisis,” said Andrew Lipsman, eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence. “While much of the shift has been led by essential categories like grocery, there has been surprising strength in discretionary categories like consumer electronics and home furnishings that benefited from pandemic-driven lifestyle needs.”

Even before the onset of the pandemic, 71.8% of Fayetteville consumers had bought goods online over the prior six months, according to Nielsen research. Purchases included clothing, health & beauty products, travel reservations, books, furniture, and groceries.

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Topics Retailer, retail, Website Traffic, attribution, best way to advertise, radio advertising, retail sales, retail stores, web traffic, website visitors, e-commerce, retail traffic, advertise on radio, retail store traffic, online shopping

Web Traffic Is Soaring For Fayetteville Small Business Owners

Apr 24, 2020 12:30:32 PM / by Larry Julius

Since the onset of the Coronavirus crisis, consumers are not flocking into the showrooms, storefronts, offices, or dining rooms of Fayetteville small business owners. It turns out, though, social distancing has not proven to be an impediment to shopping.

North Carolina consumers are still spending money despite the chaos imposed by the pandemic, according to Gordon Borrell, CEO of Borrell & Associates. His company specializes in the collection of marketing data from business owners across the country.

"During depressions, recessions, floods, hurricane, earthquakes, fires, and, now, pandemics, commerce goes on," Mr. Borell told members of Fayetteville's small business community during a recent teleconference.

To prove his point, he shared research from IBISworld  which, indicates spending continues despite a plunge in consumer confidence.

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Topics small business, Website Traffic, attribution, small business owner, online advertising, consumer spending, radio advertising, coronavirus, corona, covid 19, web traffic, website visitors, e-commerce

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