Our Pricing

Upfront Pricing. No Hidden Fees.

One flat rate. No setups or upfront costs. We know how the other agencies operate and we're tired of that.

We charge a flat rate of 15% of your advertising spend. That's it.

Our Performance Guarantee

We're so confident that our campaigns will perform that we'll go so far as to guarantee performance. If we don't hit our agreed upon key-performance-indicator (KPI), we'll refund our monthly service fee.

So how much should your annual ad spend be? As a general rule, you should spend 5-8% of your sales revenue on marketing.

The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 8% of your gross revenue for marketing and advertising. If you’re doing less than $5 million a year in sales and your net profit margin—after all expenses—is in the 10 percent to 12 percent range.

If your margins are lower than this, then you might consider eating more of the costs of doing business by lowering your overall margins and allocating additional spending to marketing.

Upfront Pricing. No Hidden Fees.

The 8% Rule

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