Advertise on WZID

Advertise on WZID

About WZID:

On Air – WZID reaches a huge family friendly audience in New Hampshire. Your well thought-out ad campaign and creative message will be heard by more moms than any other New Hampshire medium.

On Site – Experiential marketing is sweeping the nation. WZID Events open the door to meeting potential customers in person.

On Line – WZID offers streaming pre-roll videos, texting, email blasts (31,000+ members); all there to tie into your other efforts.

Recruitment – When filling job openings, let WZID help you reach the Passive Job Seeker who more than likely is more qualified.

Sister Stations – Add our other Manchester Radio Group stations to your campaign. WFEA reaches the 50+ market, The Mill reaches Baby Boomers, Hot Hits reaches Gen Y.

For more information about advertising on WZID, please email us and we will contact you immediately.

– See more at: http://wzid.com/advertise-on-wzid/#sthash.SqoaANcF.dpuf


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