Audio ads on Spotify are a powerful way to spread the word about your business or music, and our free voiceover tool makes it easy to get a professionally recorded ad up and running in record time. But we know all too well that sometimes writer’s block hits, which makes coming up with winning audio ad ideas or penning an ear-catching script a little difficult. To help you break through the block and get started, we’ve added audio script examples right into Ad Studio to reference as you create your audio ad. Remember, these scripts are just samples for illustration purposes only, so be sure your final script is in your own words and brand voice.
Our audio ads examples take into account different scenarios and calls-to-action to help you think about how to make the most out of your 30 seconds in the spotlight. But don’t forget – your story is unique, so your audio ad should be too. You can take a look at these sample scripts to get some inspiration and ideas for creative ads that get the message across, and then put your own spin on it. Make sure your audio ad is your own and meets applicable legal requirements.
If you still need help getting started, here are our top tips on how to write an audio ad script.
» Put your listeners first
Figuring out how to write an audio script that will get people’s attention starts with context.
When it comes to scripting your first audio ad, it’s important to speak to your audience the way you would want to be spoken to. Make a little small talk before getting down to business. To strike up that conversation, consider the listener’s context.
- Where they are
- If you’re targeting a city like Sydney, you can open with “Hey! Sydney!”
- How they’re listening
- It’s best to avoid jarring sound effects that will interrupt the listener’s vibe.
- What they’re doing
- Remember, your audio ad will show up during a user’s listening session on Spotify. If it makes sense for your message, try tailoring your script to acknowledge Spotify’s environment.
» Break it down Your audio script should be 55-70 words max. And you’ll hit that number faster than you think! Here’s an example outline to help you break down the words as you begin writing. It can be a great tool if you’re just learning how to write an audio ad script:
» Include a call-to-action
Whether your goal is to drive online sales, increase website visits, or to connect with new customers, your audio script is ultimately going to drive people to a specific action. This is arguably the most important part of writing an audio ad.
Your audio script should include a clear and simple call-to-action that aligns with your objective and your ad’s clickthrough URL.
Need some inspiration? Depending on your ad’s purpose, you could say something like “Tap the banner to find a location near you,” “Tap the banner to shop now,” “Tap to save big with (say your promo code),” or simply, “Tap to learn more.”