Jan 15, 2011 | 26:35Age of Persuasion "Luxury Advertising" - Season 5 Audio
Age of Persuasion "Luxury Advertising" - Season 5 Jan 15, 2011 | 26:35Luxury Marketing is a category that is completely different from tradition brand marketing – because it is in the business of selling fantasy. We’ll look at the top 10 most powerful luxury brands in the world (six of which were created at almost the same time in the 19th century) and we’ll analyze luxury marketing techniques. Most of all, we’ll delve deep into our collective psyches to examine why we all desire expensive products in our lives -and what that really says about our inner selves.
Feb 5, 2011 | 26:35Age of Persuasion Marketing Pioneers - Season 5 Audio
Age of Persuasion Marketing Pioneers - Season 5 Feb 5, 2011 | 26:35We look at the pioneers who created products that created industries. We talk about the first company to link diamond rings to engagements, how alcohol inspired the very first travel agent, how a brainstorm while ice-fishing ignited a $97 billion dollar industry, how a traveling salesman and his date led to the first car rental, and how an embarrassing moment in a restaurant revolutionized the way we shop.
Feb 15, 2007 | 29:31Age of Persuasion Leaving Your Mark Audio
Age of Persuasion Leaving Your Mark Feb 15, 2007 | 29:31Broadcast Date February 23, 2008 (Originally aired February 15, 2007) The Prime Minister has one. So do Microsoft, the CBC, and the Pope. They've all got a form of logo: a visual symbol, trademark or emblem that distinguishes who they are. Join Terry as he tells the stories behind some of the great logos and trademarks, and shows how today's brand innovators are "translating" them into sound and even attitude.
Jun 4, 2011 | 26:34Age of Persuasion Slogans (February 6, 2010 Encore) - Season 5 Audio
Age of Persuasion Slogans (February 6, 2010 Encore) - Season 5 Jun 4, 2011 | 26:34This week, the Age of Persuasion features an encore broadcast of "Slogans." The word comes from the Gaelic, "Slaugh Gairn" which means, "cry of the host." We'll look at the greatest cries of all time, from "Finger Lickin' Good" to "Just Do It" to the phrase "Always a Bridesmaid, Never a Bride" - which most people don't know started as a slogan for Listerine. We'll examine why a small collection of words can worth millions, and how those words stay stuck in our minds for decades.
May 21, 2011 | 26:19Age of Persuasion The Sound of Persuasion - Season 5 Audio
Age of Persuasion The Sound of Persuasion - Season 5 May 21, 2011 | 26:19Advertising has used sound to sell for decades. But sound can be used for more than painting pictures on radio - sound can be carefully created to persuade. The stories behind those sounds are fascinating - from the earliest recorded sound in history, to the first use of sound in radio commercials, to signature sounds on famous TV ad campaigns, and even to the start-up sound we hear on our computers everyday. Each one created specifically to persuade you of something.
Jun 18, 2011 | 26:33Age of Persuasion Diversity In Advertising - Season 5 Audio
Age of Persuasion Diversity In Advertising - Season 5 Jun 18, 2011 | 26:33This week we'll trace the emergence of the minority market, the failure of Madison Avenue to recognize the spending power of that growing consumer base, and the struggles that people of colour had to be acknowledged as valued consumers. We'll also feature the first ads aimed at minorities, the first minority spokespeople, and the pioneers who broke ground.
Apr 6, 2009 | 27:00Age of Persuasion NOT "Brand Loyalty” - Season 3 Audio
Age of Persuasion NOT "Brand Loyalty” - Season 3 Apr 6, 2009 | 27:00This week, Terry O’Reilly explains the tangible- and intangible process of forming loyalties between brands and customers: and what goes into that ‘gut’ feeling that makes people reach for one brand over another, when all else is equal.
Jun 25, 2011 | 26:33Age of Persuasion Ask Terry Again - Season 5 Audio
Age of Persuasion Ask Terry Again - Season 5 Jun 25, 2011 | 26:33It's our final episode of the 2011 season. This week, we turn The Age of Persuasion over to listeners. It's our annual "Ask Terry" show. We asked you to submit any questions you had about the advertising world, and you responded with a record amount of very interesting, very insightful ones that touch on subjects like negative political advertising, why there are so many bad local commercials, and what do background actors really say when their lips move.