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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
advertising agency
▪ All, apparently, were the work of a Toronto advertising agency with money to burn.
▪ An engineering plant and an advertising agency are different and this difference will be reflected in their organisational design.
▪ Mather its advertising agency in charge of buying commercial spots on national radio networks.
▪ The advertising agency and the ratings drive programming.
▪ They know that these well-tried and tested ways work, and do not need a scientist or advertising agency to sell them.
▪ They worked at a large advertising agency together and decided to go out on their own.
▪ This company, at first attached to an advertising agency, later became an independent public relations consultancy.
advertising agency

n. an agency that designs advertisement to call public attention to its clients [syn: ad agency]

Advertising agency

An advertising agency is a service based business dedicated to creating, planning, and handling advertising (and sometimes other forms of promotion) for its clients. An ad agency is generally independent from the client (it may be an internal department or even an internal agency) and provides an outside point of view to the effort of selling the client's products or services. An agency can also handle overall marketing and branding strategies and sales promotions for its clients.

Typical ad agency clients include businesses and corporations, non-profit organizations and government agencies. Agencies may be hired to produce television commercials, radio commercials, Online Advertising, out of home advertising, Mobile Marketing and AR Advertising as part of an advertising campaign.

Usage examples of "advertising agency".

After completing Pacific Vortex, I was about to launch a second book when I was offered an excellent position it a large advertising agency as a creative director on the Prudential Insurance account.

Bonnie Lamb's last call was to Peter Archibald at the Rodalp & Burns advertising agency in Manhattan.

For what I could see was a cerebral-gray ceiling, the shade you find only in the brain room of an advertising agency.

The most ingenious advertising agency in the world couldn't put a positive spin on decapitated turtles.

Don Spencer, Ron Merker, and Omar Wood, legendary divers and owners of the Aquatic Center dive stores, wondered which part of the moon I'd dropped from when I applied for a job that paid $400 a month after making $2,000 a month as creative director for a national advertising agency.

I have a top creative advertising agency with offices in thirty countries ready to launch an international promotional campaign in unison with my operation to send the cartel down the drain.

After I bade a happy farewell to the advertising agency and could finally make a living as a writer, my wife, Barbara, and I stopped over in Tahiti for a vacation after completing a book tour in Australia.