Tag Archives: digital marketing

Stats From Google

Google Stats: Desktop vs. Mobile vs. Tablet I always find my website’s Google Analytics interesting (those are mine over there). How does your website look on mobile? Does it sell the agency in that small window? I am also surprised (well, not really surprised) at how few agency leaders, management types, look at their stats. And adjust. […]

What Ad Agency Clients Want

The Client Need-Scape = What Ad Agency Clients Want There is no single type of client. But, most clients want a similar array of attributes and deliverables from their ad agency. From an agency business development perspective, clearly enunciating that you understand the client need-scape, the what ad agency clients want from you, is critical in […]

Your Ad Agency Name And Getting Found

Your Ad Agency Name I am about to make two points. One is about the value of an ad agency name. The second is how to get future clients to find, notice and love you. How is your ad agency name doing for ya? Is it memorable? Does it create some brand power? Does it […]

Show And Tell Works

I Use Show And Tell To Massage Brains OK, what the hell does Show and Tell mean? One of the sections of the customized marketing & sales plan that I write for my clients includes a look at a range of agencies based on their positioning and sales proposition. I call these agencies Benchmark Agencies and […]

How Do Clients Find Your Advertising Agency?

How Do Clients Find Your Advertising Agency? Let’s start with some defining and extremely important questions that you should be asking at least twice a year. OK, every month. In this case, I am aiming these questions at your advertising agency website. How do potential clients find you? What was the path? When they found […]