Top 10 Seattle Advertising Agencies
 

Top 10 Seattle Advertising Agencies

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Cole & Weber   

221 Yale Ave North #600, Seattle, WA 98109  

206.447.9595,  Advertising

$135 - $200 hr,  Average $55,000      p. 8.7

 

Copacino + Fujikado   

1425 4th Avenue #700, Seattle, WA 98101   

206.467.6610,  Advertising

$150 - $200 hr,  Average $75,000      p. 8.9

 

DNA Seattle   

1301 5th Avenue, Suite 2600, Seattle, WA 98101    

206.770.9615,  Advertising

$150 - $200 hr,  Average $75,000      p. 9.1

 

Drake Cooper 

500 Yale Avenue North, Seattle, Washington 98109  

206.972.4200,  Advertising

$150 - $200 hr,  Average $35,000      p. 8.7

 

Green Rubino  

1938 Fairview Ave, E, Ste 200 Seattle, WA 98102    

206.447.4747,  Advertising

$150 - $200 hr,  Average $55,000      p. 8.5

 

Hey   

1938 1st Ave South, Seattle, WA 98134  

206.205.9200,  Advertising

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

 

Hornall Anderson  

710 Second Avenue, Ste 1300, Seattle, WA 98104  

206.467.5800,  Advertising

$150 - $250 hr,  Average $100,000      p. 9.2

 

 

Hydrogen Advertising    

1520 4th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101   

206.389.9500,  Advertising

$150 - $200 hr,  Average $75,000      p. 9.3

 

Possible   

414 Olive Way #500, Seattle, WA 98101  

206.341.9885,  Advertising

$150 - $250 hr,  Average $100,000      p. 9.3

 

WongDoody   

1011 Western Avenue #900, Seattle, WA 98104  

206.624.5325,  Advertising

$150 - $250 hr,  Average $100,000      p. 9.6

 

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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