Top 10 San Francisco Advertising Agencies
 

Top 10 San Francisco Advertising Agencies

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AKQA   

360 Third St, 5th floor, San Francisco, CA 94107 

415.645.9400,  Advertising

$150 - $300 hr,  Average $100,000      p. 9.4

 

ARGONAUT

576 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94105  

415.633.8200,  Advertising

$150 - $250 hr,  Average $75,000      p. 9.3

 

Barrett  SF

250 Sutter St., Suite 200, San Francisco, CA 94108 

415.986.2960,  Advertising

$150 - $300 hr,  Average $75,000      p. 8.9

 

Bonfire Labs

190 Pacific Ave, San Francisco, CA 94111  

415.394.8200,  Advertising

$150 - $250 hr,  Average $55,000      p. 9.1

 

Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners 

20 Liberty Ship Way, Sausalito, CA 94965

415.331.6049,  Advertising

$150 - $250 hr,  Average $75,000      p. 8.5

 

Heat  

1100 Sansome Street, San Francisco, CA 94111

415.477.1999,  Advertising

$150 - $250 hr,  Average $75,000      p. 8.9

 

Hub Strategy & Communication   

37 graham street, San Francisco, CA 94129  

415.561.4345,  Advertising

$150 - $250 hr,  Average $75,000      p. 9.2

 

 

Mekanism

640 2nd St., San Francisco, CA 94107   

206.389.9500,  Advertising

$150 - $300 hr,  Average $150,000      p. 9.6

 

MUH-TAY-ZIK|HOF-FER

220 Sansome St., Floor 15, San Francisco, CA 94104

415.255.6363,  Advertising

$150 - $250 hr,  Average $100,000      p. 9.4

 

Venables Bell & Partners   

201 Post Street #200, San Francisco, CA 94108

415.288.3300,  Advertising

$175 - $300 hr,  Average $150,000      p. 9.3

 

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Criteria To Consider When Selecting Your Next Agency

Finding the right creative agency who understands your business, target audience, and the most effective strategy to engage your customers are all critical processes that should not be overlooked.  The impact on your marketing spend is always heavily weighted on the talent and skill sets of your chosen agency partner. 

Sorting through  thousands of creative agencies all over the world can be arduous, but if you leverage the following baseline for project RFP’s and RFQ’s, you will mitigate many of the risks associated with new agency selection.  It’s important to continually source new agency talent as there is tremendous upside to the breadth of ideas that will propel your advertising and marketing efforts. 

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1.      Business Fundamentals

a.      D&B Credit Score

b.     Time in Business

c.      External Ratings & Reviews

d.     Revenue

e.      Employee Count

2.      Core Competency

a.      Industry/Customer Expertise

b.     In-House Core-Capabilities 

c.      Advertised Results

3.      Quality of Work

a.      Referrals

b.     Market Trends

c.      Detail of Work

d.     Creative Ratings