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Ad Nauseam from Sounds Profitable

How many ads… are too many? Can you ruin a podcast with ads, or play the same ad too often? Those questions and many more are the focus of the next study from Sounds Profitable: Ad Nauseam: Frequency, Repetition, and Consumer Perceptions of Podcast Advertising, and you can be the first to see the answers in a free webinar on Wednesday, June 12th, at 3PM Eastern.

Join Sounds Profitable Partner Tom Webster as he reveals how listeners feel about ad quantity, variety, and even where they expect to hear ads in a podcast. Your audience is likely more tolerant of advertising than you think…but we all have our limits! Find out what they are by registering for Ad Nauseam: Frequency, Repetition, and Consumer Perceptions of Podcast Advertising today!

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