Let’s face it, the reason creatives get into this business is to be, well, creative. But all too often poor planning, clunky approval workflow and outdated management tools eat into creative time. If you’re thinking about how to grow an advertising agency and enable full creativity, here are some tips on how to get more structure into your work day and improve your marketing workflow and processes, which will ultimately leave you with more time and head space to be creative.
Statistics for client retention isn’t what it used to be for creative ad agencies. In fact, today clients are only staying as long as two and half years, with other reports indicating that clients ditch one in three agencies every twelve months. So, what does that mean for your ad agency? Well, the thing about statistics is that you can either become one or rise above the status quo.
In this Best Practices session, we’ll provide a number of customer retention tips for ad agencies to ensure they achieve robust, long-term relationships with clients.
There is nothing more satifying than a successful ad campaign, knowing that your creative teams has produced work that's delivered great results AND the client wants to run it again!.
However, the rerun of an ad is not always straighforward. Typically your team and the studio have moved onto the next project, there's generally little or no revenue to be made and the job just needs to get done and fast!
I recently sat down for a coffee with Jo Giles, the Production Manager at Archibald / Williams. Archibald / Williams is a creative ad agency that was using traditional tools to manage its approval workflow and resources. Jo was handed the job of facilitating the process of selecting and implementing agency project management software to improve the agency’s operations. In search for the right solution, Jo discovered admation.
We had a chat about what it was like before and after the implementation of admation.