Don’t get us wrong, some of our closest friends occupy top positions at the biggest media agencies across the country. But last week, as we attended yet another meeting at one of the industry’s premier firms, we realized there’s a lot wrong with the big agency model.
It lead us to ask a very simple, but curious question: why do major clients – the Coca-Colas, Verizons, and Chase Banks of the world – keep bouncing from agency to agency?
The answer is simple but not so simple… these big agencies, in their relentless desire to maintain the status quo, lack the “secret sauce”, that special alchemy of risk and agility that can take an otherwise average campaign to the next level.
So how should they approach their media planning differently? Well, we’re glad you asked.
While the big guys are out buying billboard space, we’re on the street, looking for fresh ways to get our clients’ brands and messages directly in front of the customers they are looking to engage with. It’s so micro-targeted that we literally can’t miss.
Want to reach Spanish-speaking customers in NYC, LA, and Miami? We’ll post ads along the distribution routes of the top Spanish-language newspapers and get you front, center, and in their face.
Looking to get downloads for your fitness app? We’ll integrate digital contextual targeting to guarantee every cent of your outdoor media buy goes towards reaching the users that are 100% interested in fitness.