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    Glasmeyer Branding GmbH
    Glasmeyer Branding GmbH
     
    (7)
    20 people in their team
    From €1000 per project
    22 works in Media Buying
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    Proud Mary
    Proud Mary
     
    (3)
    10 people in their team
    From €3000 per project
    10 works in Media Buying
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    (8)
    36 people in their team
    From €1000 per project
    23 works in Media Buying
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    EVO Agency
    EVO Agency
     
    (3)
    15 people in their team
    From €2500 per project
    6 works in Media Buying
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    (7)
    20 people in their team
    From €3000 per project
    25 works in Media Buying
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    Bright8
    Bright8
     
    (6)
    13 people in their team
    From €5000 per project
    18 works in Media Buying
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    add2 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION
    add2 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION
     
    (11)
    100 people in their team
    From €1000 per project
    8 works in Media Buying
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    Mediatastisch
    Mediatastisch
     
    (12)
    20 people in their team
    From €1000 per project
    8 works in Media Buying
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    (3)
    189 people in their team
    From €1000 per project
    14 works in Media Buying
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    wvp werbegesellschaft mbH
    wvp werbegesellschaft mbH
     
    (3)
    16 people in their team
    From €1000 per project
    9 works in Media Buying
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    (16)
    40 people in their team
    From €1000 per project
    38 works in Media Buying
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    Walkie Talkie
    Walkie Talkie
     
    (30)
    23 people in their team
    From €3000 per project
    29 works in Media Buying
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    (17)
    40 people in their team
    From €1000 per project
    38 works in Media Buying
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    youEngine
    youEngine
     
    (2)
    12 people in their team
    From €1000 per project
    12 works in Media Buying
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    Entrecom Social
    Entrecom Social
     
    (6)
    30 people in their team
    From €5000 per project
    15 works in Media Buying
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    (4)
    23 people in their team
    From €1000 per project
    16 works in Media Buying
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    (8)
    25 people in their team
    From €1000 per project
    26 works in Media Buying
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    F9 - Agence SEA & Social Ads
    F9 - Agence SEA & Social Ads
     
    (7)
    7 people in their team
    From €1000 per project
    14 works in Media Buying
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    &KOO
    &KOO
     
    (1)
    150 people in their team
    From €5000 per project
    76 works in Media Buying
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    The Pool
    The Pool
     
    (12)
    8 people in their team
    From €1000 per project
    13 works in Media Buying
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How to choose the right media buying agency for your business?

A media buying agency is a type of advertising agency that specializes in negotiating and purchasing ad space on behalf of its clients. Media buyers work with all types of media, including print (newspapers and magazines), broadcast (television and radio), out-of-home (billboards and transit), and digital (websites, mobile, and social media). When working with a media buying agency, you can expect them to handle all aspects of the media buying process from start to finish. This includes everything from researching and identifying the best media outlets for your ads to negotiating rates and placing your ads. In some cases, media buying companies may also provide additional services such as creative development and media planning.

What does media buying mean?

Media buying is the process of planning, negotiating, and purchasing advertising space in order to reach a target audience. It is a key element of any advertising or digital marketing campaign, as it determines where and how ads will be placed.


The media buyer must first understand the target audience and what kind of media they consume. They must then research which media outlets would be most effective for reaching that audience. Once the outlet is selected, the buyer must negotiate the price and placement of the ad.


The goal of media buying is to reach the target audience with the right message, in the right place, at the right time. It is a complex process that requires careful planning and execution.


Media buying refers to the process of purchasing advertisements. The process involves identifying the various media outlets that would best suit a specific advertising campaign. These can include television, radio, and print. A buyer will then send out a request for a proposal to the various media outlets. Then the media buyer will begin the process of negotiating with the media outlets. There are several key factors to consider when buying media space. This article discusses the most important ones.

Media planning vs media buying: what's the difference

The main difference between media planning and buying is who is actually responsible for placing the ad. In media buying, the advertiser or agency contracts directly with the paid media outlet to buy ad space. In media planning, the creative agency works with the client to determine which media outlets would be the best fit for the media buying campaign and then presents options to the client. The client then decides which option to go with.


Media planning is a strategic process that starts with understanding the target audience and then finding the best way to reach them. This includes research, analysis, and recommendations. It also includes creating a media plan, which is a document that outlines where and how the ads will run.


Digital media buying is the process of contracting for ad space and actually placing the ad. This includes negotiating rates, securing inventory, and managing the placement of the ad. This is usually done by an advertising agency on behalf of the client.


The main difference between media planning and buying is who is actually responsible for placing the ad. In media buying, the advertiser or agency contracts directly with the media outlet to buy ad space. In media planning, the agency works with the client to determine which media outlets would be the best fit for the campaign and then presents options to the client. The client then decides which option to go with.


Media planning is a strategic process that starts with understanding the target audience and then finding the best way to reach them. This includes research, analysis, and recommendations. It also includes creating a media plan, which is a document that outlines where and how the ads will run.

Media buying is the process of contracting for ad space and actually placing the ad. This includes negotiating rates, securing inventory, and managing the placement of the ad. This is usually done by an advertising agency on behalf of the client.

What is a media buying agency?

The best media buying agency is a company that buys advertising space on behalf of clients. The agency works with ad networks and publishers to find the best places to place ads and then negotiates prices and terms on behalf of the client. The agency may also be responsible for creating the ad itself or working with an ad agency to do so.


The media buying process begins with research to determine where the target audience can be found. The agency then contacts ad networks and publishers to get rates and availability. Once the agency has a list of potential ad placements, it works with the client to determine the budget and objectives for the campaign. The agency then buys the ad space and monitors the campaign to ensure that it is running smoothly and achieving the desired results.

7 things that media buying services do:

  • Manage budgets
  • Monitor and report on campaign performance
  • Develop a digital marketing strategy
  • They can develop and place ads according to your specifications
  • Media research
  • They can provide you with reports and analysis of your advertising campaign
  • Find and purchase ad space on various media channels

5 Questions to ask media buying agencies:

  • What are your traditional media buying services?
  • What is is the recommended media strategy
  • Does the agency have any other policies or procedures that we should be aware of?
  • What are the most important factors to consider when media buying?
  • What is the agency's process?


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