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Cost-effective Digital Advertising Programs

With Entercom Portland digital advertising products your business or organization can cost-effectively target audiences that are pre-disposed to buy your products and services.

We help businesses create customized advertising campaigns that produce new customers and reinforce relationships with existing customers. Our digital advertising and communications tools reach beyond the scope of traditional broadcast advertising to attract and activate customers in new and exciting ways.

Our online advertising products have the ability to:

1)    Enhance your overall brand awareness
2)    Stimulate sales and transactions
3)    Collect and aggregate customer data
 
Entercom digital advertising products include:
•    Tile/banner ads
•    Streaming audio ads
•    E-mail newsletter & database marketing
•    Key word search
•    Video and viral marketing tools
•    Mobile messaging (text-based marketing)
To find out how you can reach regular listeners and Website visitors of our six Portland radio stations through powerful and efficient digital advertising contact:

Ryan Cooley
ESPN Sports Radio 1080 The FAN Sales Manager
Entercom Portland
0700 SW Bancroft St. Portland OR 97239
503.535.0359
rcooley@entercom.com

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