For Charlotte area consumers, the past twelve months have been, to say the least, frenzied. The year has been plagued with inflation, recession fears, coronavirus, mid-term elections, and geo-political drama. It seems, however, that these coinciding crises have not tempered consumer spending as local shoppers are on track to spend a record $42.9 billion at retail.
What has changed during 2022, however, is how adults in the Charlotte area consume media and how local business owners are marketing their goods and services to these shoppers.
To research the changing consumer and media landscape in Charlotte, many local business owners have found the articles posted at www.AdvertiseInCharlotte.com helpful. Below are the five most-read articles from that site during 2022:
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- Surprise? Charlotte Radio Is Still #1 Way To Reach Local Consumers
- Holiday Spending In Charlotte Will Top $8 Billion In 2022
- Advertising In Charlotte: Is Online Marketing Enough?
- Digital Advertising In Charlotte: How To Get Found Online
- Best Way To Advertise In Charlotte: AM/FM Radio Still Rules
- Political Advertising In Charlotte: Campaigns Go Over The Top
- Charlotte Consumers Still Spending Despite Economic Sentiment
- Advertising On Charlotte Radio in 2022: Five Things to Know
- Charlotte Radio Is The #1 Advertising-Supported Medium
- Advertise In Charlotte: Online Listening Boosts Audience For AM/FM
- Smart Speaker Usage in Charlotte: A Conversation With Alexa
- Advertising On Charlotte TV: Where Have The Viewers Gone?
- Advertising On Charlotte Radio Still #1 Way to Reach Consumers
- Father's Day 2022: Charlotte Consumers Will Spend $170 Million
- Television Advertising In Charlotte: What Are Consumers Watching?
- Charlotte Radio Listeners Lead The Return To 'Normal'
- Advertise In Charlotte: How To Book Guests For A Podcast
- Mother's Day Spending In Charlotte Will Top $270 Million In 2022
- Advertising ROI: Charlotte Radio Best Choice For Retailers
- Social Media Advertising In Charlotte: Should A Business Pay?