The Scoop @ MSCO


New Radio Campaign for MSCO

MSCO is launching a new radio campaign this year. As you may have guessed, we have always been open to trying new things, especially when it comes to our own advertising techniques and strategies. By testing new ideas out ourselves, we have a much better understanding of what may and may not work for our clients.

This year, we have decided to become a major advertiser on WOR during the Mets baseball games for the month of April. Since most of us at MSCO are sports fans, you can imagine how excited we are about this new radio campaign! This is huge news for us because we are the only marketing sponsor on the radio. Beyond that, this is actually the first time that we have bought live sports advertising.

Starting on Monday, April 6th, you will be able to hear us all throughout April on WOR 710. You can even listen live on iHeart Radio (click here for the link!). Our new radio campaign will feature several spots during each weekday game. If you’re listening to the New York Mets radio broadcasts, it’ll be hard to miss us!

We will, of course, keep you updated on the effects of our new radio campaign. We’re expecting to get a lot of new and exciting clients from this campaign. Check back here throughout April to see for yourself!

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Local Radio Spot Proves Effective for MSCO

Local radio advertising has become a staple of our personal advertising strategy. Throughout the years, we’ve had multiple different spots on various stations in the New York City Metro area. This has allowed us to analyze and study our results from each test. By running ads during different day parts, on different days, on different stations, and with different messaging, we are able to examine our traffic and compare the results against each other to see what truly works best for us.

Our company has been around for over 20 years, so we have a little bit of an advantage when it comes to knowing who our clients are, what they want to hear from an ad, and when they want to hear it. However, we wouldn’t have this knowledge if we didn’t actually test the market and actively analyze our results. That being said, it’s extremely important for local radio advertising to be consistent. There’s nothing worse (especially for a marketer) than starting a campaign on local radio that has a lot of promise and then giving up before you really have a chance to see the results. With radio, you want to make sure you’re reaching the audience multiple times so they have a chance to really hear what you’re trying to say.

I’m sure you’ve heard one or two variations of our spots over time, but have you heard our newest addition? Click the link below to hear our latest local radio ad where Mark sits down and explains just a few of the things that we can do for your company or business at MSCO.


This unique interview format typically works really well on the radio, and our adaptation is proving to be highly effective (as you may have guessed from our previous post).

For more news and insights, be sure to check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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Video Production Begins for TF Andrew Cable Spot

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Westchester’s premier flooring center TF Andrew has enlisted MSCO to script, produce and air its first TV commercial. We shot the first half of that commercial yesterday on location in Greenwich, CT. Special thanks to Nick and Amy for allowing us to use their house for the video production.

TF Andrew TV Commercial
This Westchester video production is just the next step in our marketing strategy for TF Andrew which includes, a new high-end branding, TV, print, internet marketing, PPC advertising and direct mail. We’re pulling out all the stops promoting their new store in Elmsford and helping them transition their New Rochelle location into the upscale showroom experience currently offered at their flagship. We’ll also be opening an outlet center for deals on designer name floors sometime in the coming months.

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With 10 actors, including extras (and a cameo by yours truly as the flower guy), it was one of MSCO’s most involving commercial scripts of late. Not a problem for director and producer Stephen Kerstein who managed the actors magnificently and got some great footage during the 8 hour video production for the :30 second commercial. If you live in Westchester, look for the spot on networks like Bravo, Food Network, HGTV, News 12 and more. And look for more coming from TF Andrew in the coming weeks and months, including a big grand opening gala Thursday October 16th at their Elmsford showroom.

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MSCO Begins Advertising on ESPN Radio

Starting today, MSCO is testing new advertising on 98.7 ESPN Radio in New York. Building on our successful radio advertising on similar stations in the area, we constantly look to new channels and media to get the word out about MSCO’s marketing services. This is the first of several new initiatives MSCO will use to drum up business through the rest of this year.

It’s in this way our model is so different from other advertising agencies and marketing firms in the area. In addition to getting jobs from large companies through networking and RFPs, we also have a successful retail model based on advertising ROI, something few agencies can say about themselves. When you think about it, if ad agencies believed so much in advertising products, why wouldn’t they do it for themselves? We’ve proven it can work with more than 5 years of successful advertising in New York City.

As a bonus, MSCO will also be running a text-in contest, encouraging business owners to enter for a chance to win a free business retreat. Just text “MSCO” to short code 44202. Go ahead, you can enter and win as well!

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Bestie Bag Now Working with MSCO

MSCO landed yet another new client today in Bestie Bag. A unique children’s bag which has already been a lot of fun to work with so far, imagine a small tote with a stylish design. Now picture half of it being covered with a brightly colored fur. That’s a Bestie Bag.

After seeing the product (a bag initially created for children to aid in sensory learning), we were able to turn the idea around completely, finding product potential in the tween market and creating a strategy we can now bring to life. To do this, we plan to build an interactive community around the brand. Currently, we have five bags in five different colors. Each bag will be represented by a female character that has her own personality. These girls, the Bestie Girls, will carry their Bestie Bag everywhere.

From there, we’ll grow through social media and non-traditional marketing techniques to get positive word-of-mouth and a viral buzz going. At that point, the sky’s the limit, making this one of the most exciting products MSCO has marketed in a while.

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