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    Automated sales

    Hi gang,

    I'm not in sales, but I was just wondering if Google is already in the radio business in the States, or if their idea out of Canada is actually new?

    I gather the idea of "automated sales" is most likely alreay active through other sources, if not google already.

    Here's a link to the way Google Canada sees things: http://scottstudios.dmarc.net/news/40.html

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    Re: Automated sales

    Revenue Suite is up and running. The idea may be new, but I their software product is beyond anything I've ever seen before. Google executives are no slouches and they bought the company so apparently they like dMarc's technology.


    > Hi gang,
    >
    > I'm not in sales, but I was just wondering if Google is
    > already in the radio business in the States, or if their
    > idea out of Canada is actually new?
    >
    > I gather the idea of "automated sales" is most likely alreay
    > active through other sources, if not google already.
    >
    > Here's a link to the way Google Canada sees things:
    > http://scottstudios.dmarc.net/news/40.html
    > <P ID="signature">______________
    SD</P>

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    Re: Automated sales

    > Revenue Suite is up and running. The idea may be new, but I
    > their software product is beyond anything I've ever seen
    > before. Google executives are no slouches and they bought
    > the company so apparently they like dMarc's technology.

    I just hope that the folks at Google significantly reduce the cost of dMarc's technology. If you're not in a rated market the price is HUGE! I think this is the one area where Google's AdSense analogy runs out in this application. AdSense would work on ANY website (with varying success and payouts) regardless if it was a free site, a cheap site, or a huge megasite sitting on its own dedicated server.

    If Google starts offering the automation, voiceover and other tools much cheaper than other systems (or as close to free as they can get), they'll start signing up smaller market radio stations, and will be able to (if they want to) sell all of those non-rated stations as a HUGE block of stations covering a large portion of the nation and then be able to put advertising dollars in their own pockets while helping to support the backbone of the radio broadcasting industry... LOCAL radio serving LOCAL listeners.

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