At Energy we have a new and fresh way to appeal to new and existing customers, our listeners are extremely interactive with us via Text, Email and Social Media.
We have one of the most text number's on the Island!
Radio's biggest strength is that it is a mobile medium and can always be heard; whether in the car, via a mobile phone, on the way to work or while washing up. This means we can get your message to potential customers at all times of the day in a variety of different ways.
Sponsoring a show or programme feature on Energy FM means that you can target specific audiences as opposed to mass listenership. We can help you target your demographic, meaning that you are more likely to entice new customers to your business.
Every business has different needs when it comes to marketing, so we custom design every advertising package to our client's needs. We also have solutions for all budgets!
Energy has a dedicated and friendly Sales Team who will strive to give you an honest and professional opinion on the best direction for marketing your business. We can integrate Radio with Online and Social Media, which combined provide a powerful medium for any business.
You as the customer and your business needs are of precedence here at Energy. We are flexible in our approach so that you get exactly what you want.
Contact Matt at Energy FM Sales direct on (07624) 481430 for a no obligation chat.
RAJAR? Energy FM does not subscribe to Rajar for the following reasons:
The Survey figures are released almost 3 months after the survey. It's out of date the moment it's released.
The survey covers a rolling period of 12 months at 3 month intervals - Most of it is so far out of date it's irrelevant.
The sample size for the Isle of Man is so small it is not representative.
The sample size is between 500 and 600 people in a whole year.
Not many more than 10 people a week are surveyed across all age ranges.
More people in the over 65 age are surveyed than any other group. Is this your market? It isn't ours!
Participants have to fill out a laborious multi page printed diary for a whole week. Who has time for that?
The figures are then multiplied and weighted - so it's not an exact figure.
As they say, there are lies, damn lies and there are statistics!