Media Strategy

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Here at Gavel, we can take an ad from idea to placement so you can run your business. We know that good creative is only effective if it hits the right eyes. That's where our Media Strategy team comes in. We can create and manage an advertising schedule that maximizes your marketing dollars. That includes digital, broadcast, cable, billboard, radio – pretty much anywhere you can place an ad. Contact us to find out how we can help streamline your marketing.

Media Buying

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Your company's size relative to your market can dictate how best to spend your marketing dollars. We formulate plans for trades companies across North America and are familiar with markets of all shapes and sizes. Maximizing your marketing budget is our top priority.

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Digital Media

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Digital media can and should be a major part of an effective marketing strategy. Content is consumed in many different ways, including platforms like YouTube, Hulu, SlingTV, and social media., just to name a few. Navigating all these platforms can be tricky. You can rely on us to handle that for you.

Traditional Media

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Even in today's advertising climate, there is still the need for TV, radio, billboards and other, more traditional forms of marketing your business. Our team of experts is comfortable in both worlds, handling schedules in markets across North America. Let us put together a comprehensive advertising schedule for your business and get your phone ringing.

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Marketing Platforms

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We have experience working with many different marketing platforms, including those listed below. Contact us today to find out how we can help with your marketing schedule, to maximize your dollars and reach your goals.

  • Broadcast TV
        - FOX, NBC, CBS, ABC
  • Cable TV
  • Billboards
  • Traditional Radio
  • Streaming Radio
  • Over-The-Top (OTT)
  • Paid Social
  • Programmatic Display & Preroll
  • YouTube
  • Print