agency-client relationship

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So You’ve Hired A Media Agency! Now What?

By: Amanda Fiore As a client, hiring an agency to plan, negotiate, buy and execute media to support your brand and help achieve its business goals can be a large but rewarding task. So now that you’ve hired an agency, what’s next? Which marketing responsibilities does the agency take on, versus the internal client team?… Continue reading »

Consolidation Is Key For Global Campaigns

By: Tom Hespos It’s time for agencies to stop believing that advertisers are impressed by multinational agency networks when it comes to their global campaigns. When pressed about what makes these networks so good at what they do, large agencies often make vague references to “local nuances” of the markets they serve.  While that may… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: Atomized CEO ChRiS Gomersall

Atomized CEO ChRiS Gomersall tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that he came up with the idea for Atomized while serving as Facebook’s first creative strategy leader. He saw a need for a service that showed a marketer what each campaign looks like on each medium, in real time. (One marketer was dismayed to learn,… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: Upstream Group CEO Doug Weaver

Upstream Group Founder and CEO Doug Weaver tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that while sales is always a solitary profession — “it’s you and your number” — the automated algorithms of ad tech can make it even more so. Drawing on deep experience, Weaver urges salespeople to avoid bragging about their product right off… Continue reading »

Agency as Agent? That’s Where The Word Comes From.

My friend and former client Dave Morgan tackled a subject near and dear to my heart in a recent Online Spin column – ad agencies’ loss of the coveted role of ‘agent’ to their clients.  In that column, Dave correctly identifies a few aspects of the agency-client relationship that, once threatened, cause agencies to abdicate… Continue reading »

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