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Advertising Agency Business Plan

Executive Summary

Promerit Advertising will offer marketing services to companies that are looking to employ email marketing techniques as the cornerstone of their marketing program.  It is estimated that in Year 1, over 250 billion emails will travel across cyberspace.  Email marketing is quickly becoming a cost-effective method to reach a target audience.  According to Jupiter Communication research, email ad-response rates currently averages between five to 15 percent.  At the same time, the report noted that only 15 percent of Web users read all email messages in their entirety.

The potential is there but so is the risk that the target customer will completely reject the advertising.  Email marketing is a science.  There are effective strategies that will assure that the company will reach the greatest number of potential customers.

Promerit Advertising specializes in successful email marketing campaigns.  Its owners, Robert Humphrey and Cheryl Littlejohn have over eight years of experience in email marketing campaigns between them.  Robert was project leader for the successful Buy.com and Verison email marketing campaign.  Cheryl was technical lead of 800.com’s successful email campaign before joining Robert as technical lead of the Verison email campaign.

Promerit Advertising will design, build, test and deploy the email campaign.  It will also report the progress of the campaign in real-time to provide our customers maximum flexibility.  At the end of the campaign, Promerit will analyze its success in order to improve the company’s future campaigns.

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Free Advertising Agency Business Plan Sample


Buying and creating advertising in any media is a time-intensive process reflecting hours of transactions between buyers, sellers, and creative agents. For example, if a buyer wants to advertise in the radio media, he targets a few radio stations with desired listener demographics, discusses contract options with a radio account executive, bids on an ad schedule, negotiates a price, creates ad copy, approves the final ad, and pays for the service. For a skilled buyer, this entire transaction can take up to 3 weeks to complete. For a local deli or sporting goods shop with little or no demographic information, small purchasing power, and less familiarity with radio advertising, this transaction process can take more than 3 weeks and cost the small business more money per ad than large ad agencies. For the seller, in this case the radio stations, the transactions’ costs of dealing with such small customers can prove to be cost ineffective. BlueIsland.com is an Internet advertising infomediary (“adfomediary”) that provides a one-stop shop for demographic information, ad rates, ad campaign schedule planning, ad buys, and creative development, reducing transaction time and costs for buyers and sellers of advertising spots.

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