Author: AdamAmbro

The Early Bird Can Keep Its Worm; The Late Bird Gets The Deal

Autumn is a tough time to sell advertising, when most companies have long since solidified their yearly budgets and are already looking to the next year. That didn’t deter Ashley Reetz, a Media Consultant for KOAA-TV. Reetz took a chance, along with a page from the AdMall playbook, when she decided to call a local performing arts company.

AdMall Intel Leads to $66,000 Sale

Beth Dock, an account executive for Comcast Spotlight, is no stranger to success. With AdMall’s help, she closed a sale with a car dealership earlier this year that was worth nearly $50,000. Hoping to go for a double feature, Dock next went knocking on the door of a local dental company specializing in dentures and implants.

AdMall-Fueled Proposal Nabs Yearlong Contract

Danielle McNeely, a multimedia specialist from the Statesville Record & Landmark, faced a tough challenge when approaching an outdoor power equipment dealer in her area. The company had been courted many times in the past by sales reps, but the owners were always quick to say no. This was due in part to the two-person ownership team, who were notoriously difficult to get through to.

Mom and Pop Company Feels the (Digital) Love

Holidays are always a lucrative time of year for businesses and Valentine’s Day is no exception. As one of the biggest shopping days of the year, it’s a prime market for advertisers, not to mention the perfect time to approach new clients.

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Rookie Wows Furniture Advertiser with AdMall Proposal

Brittany Smith was fairly new to her position as an account executive at the Statesville Record & Landmark when she approached a local furniture store about purchasing ads in her newspaper. It sounded like the typical sales call, but there was a catch.

Limited Time Opportunity with Spec Ads Helps AE Boost Furniture Store’s Sales

When a company has been around for more than 60 years, it’s obviously doing something right. Such is the case for a Sunbury, PA-based furniture store, that carries three major lines of furniture, as well as the Sealy line of mattresses. Being the veteran store in the area, their name is well established, but new competitors have been popping up for some time. In this case, there are more than eight other stores in the immediate area.

HVAC Client Heats Up With $56,000 Ad Buy

Sharon Gillis is a savvy industry veteran. And once a year, the Digital Marketing Director for WSBT-TV has the chance to present to a local HVAC advertiser and earn their business. If the pitch fails to impress, you lose your shot at a making a sale for an entire year. In other words, you only get one chance.

Digital Audit Convinces Oncology Advertiser to Switch Vendors for $95,000 Sale

“My favorite thing about AdMall is that it only takes about a minute to pull a report. The information that I get from the report hands down gives me all […] I need to start a conversation about a client’s digital marketing,” said Burgess. “It leads to a deeper conversation that allows me to discover the pain points of their current situation and the selling points that I need to focus on.”

Media Consultant Revs Up For Massive $86,400 Sale

Erica Costa, a strategic media consultant for Excelerate Digital, had to find a creative way to help a local big-name motorcycle dealership. While the business had done well in the past, it was now facing a new reality in which its primary consumer base was aging out of the two-wheel market.

Sales Rep Uses AdMall to Help Struggling Furniture Store to Rebrand

Change can be a good thing, but too much change all at once can spell ruin for a business. This was the situation Cota Walls found herself facing when she began courting a local furniture store. The regional digital sales specialist for BH Media Group saw the telltale signs of a company in trouble. Namely, a complete overhaul, including an ownership change, along with operating under a new banner. In fact, since it first opened, the company had undergone three name changes and two physical store locations.

Account Exec Helps Turn Around Business using Targeted Advertising

A small-town car dealership in Indiana was already in trouble when it changed ownership this past spring. The previous owners had left the company in shambles, having lost credibility with customers and having built a negative reputation in the community.

Local Account Intelligence Report Revs Up Bigger Ad Buy

Just outside the Rochester, NY metro area, a mom and pop style auto dealership was starting to lose its foothold. Although the company had been in the family for generations, a crop of larger dealers had moved in to the area and was siphoning a lot of business.

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