Strategies and Incentives for Advertiser Retention: Shweiki Media Printing Company Presents a Must-Watch Webinar

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Retaining advertisers is as important as acquiring them in the first place, and here Shweiki Media teams up with Ryan Dohrn of Brain Swell Media and 360 Ad Sales to present a free webinar detailing key strategies and incentive programs to develop--and, more importantly, maintain--rewarding relationships with advertisers.

Advertiser retention requires more than a one-interaction business deal; it's about building and maintaining personal relationships with clients throughout the partnership

The best incentive for retention is to become an asset to the client...[which] tells the client that one is interested in helping them prosper and that the relationship is about more than the exchange of money for advertisements.

Although making an ad sale and gaining an advertiser is something to celebrate, that’s simply the first battle. What’s important after that is, of course, advertiser retention. There are several ways to incentivize advertisers, and in this free webinar from Shweiki Media Printing Company, Ryan Dohrn—founder of Brain Swell Media and 360 Ad Sales—offers excellent examples of monthly, quarterly and yearly incentive programs. From developing relationships to educating advertisers, here are some must-know strategies for advertiser retention…

Developing an Advertiser Retention Program

One excellent strategy for advertiser retention is to break down the year into a monthly, quarterly, and yearly incentive program. By breaking down the year into an advertiser retention program (or advertiser education program), one is designing a set list of strategies implemented solely to reduce churn and add value to the advertiser/client relationship. Educating advertisers helps them become good advertisers, which become happy advertisers, which—by proxy—become repeat advertisers.

Monthly Incentive Program

One good incentive is to send out a monthly email containing one or several business articles. The best incentive for retention is to become an asset to the client. One can accomplish this is many ways, but simply relaying helpful business information via email tells the client that one is well-read his/herself, and wants the client to succeed just as much as they want to themselves. Simply taking the time each month to find interesting, relevant articles and sending them out via a CRM tool tells the client that one is interested in helping them prosper and that the relationship is about more than the exchange of money for advertisements.

Bonus Bucks

Another monthly incentive idea is to send clients monthly "bonus bucks" redeemable for some kind of reward. One can create multiple five-, ten- and fifty-dollar bonus bucks to be sent to the client. After a certain period of time, the client can return the bucks for a discount on ad space (which would also serve as incentive to keep advertising) or an additional product.

Quarterly Incentive Program

A good strategy for quarterly incentives in advertising is developing a leadership position around the client. From monthly webinars to one-on-one lunches to free consulting meetings, whenever the client invests in their own education, one can use that as a platform for relationship growth. One way to do this is through a quarterly lunch-and-learn series, in which all advertisers are invited to a set lunch destination and treated to a top-notch speaker or simply by having them gather and opening the floor for open discussion on a chosen topic.

Yearly Incentive Program

Another good idea is to offer clients media planning with experts every year. Often advertisers don’t know exactly what they want, so it's important to take the time to sit down with them and put together a media plan for the year, taking into consideration their main goals and what they hope to accomplish in the next 365 days. This might include talking to them about their other advertising—perhaps one’s competitors—but one can look at it from the sense that it’s better to know where else the customer is running advertisements than to be guessing about it. Media planning is a valuable service to offer advertisers, whether said planning involves finding and fixing holes in the client’s arsenal, conducting website reviews, holding media-planning meetings, or even creating and applying a "mission critical checklist.”

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