Sunday, May 6, 2018
DID YOU KNOW? by David Margolis, President, Syndicated Ad Features
We live in the "information age", in which anyone can access information that may previously have been inaccessible or too obscure to find. The dilemma now becomes one of sifting through mountains and seas of (dis)information to find verifiable facts. This may not be a problem for the discriminating reader, but what about the person, who doesn't even know the correct question to ask, to get the answers (s)he never knew (s)he needed? To make things easier on themselves, many people turn to reliable sources to get information that they may not even have known they could benefit from. It's nice to know that you might learn something that you might not otherwise know by simply reading the newspaper.
People derive a certain satisfaction from tuning into a radio program or reading a newspaper column that informs them. This is why Syndicated Ad Features' program is constructed the way it is. Each week, readers look for what our client "columnists" have to say about issues and developments in their field of expertise. In time, this platform for dispersing information creates the interest and trust needed to attract business.