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Once you know what type of advert you require, the next thing is to get the ball rolling - and don't worry, it's all pretty painless!



Before any work begins, our commercial team will set out an exact final cost (we don't believe in hidden costs, so the price you are quoted is the price you will pay) and estimated timescales. We aim to turn every advert around in a few days, although trickier ones could take a little longer - either way we will detail the timescales at the outset.


Once you are happy with the quote, the work will begin. Let's take a look at what you need to provide us with so we can start to design and build your advert. 

  • We need to have copies of images/logos that you would like us to use in your ads. You can either e-mail through to us some digital pictures or post actual photographs which can then be scanned in, cropped and formatted (for a small fee). Alternatively, if you tell us what you want, we can source and purchase the perfect images on your behalf (again for a small fee).
  • We also need a description of how the advert should be laid up - where the pictures will sit, what text (if any) is to feature on the ad, and the web address (if required) it will link to. Again you can e-mail this through to us or even describe or draw your designs freehand and post them through.
  • Finally, for those of you who would like something a little more fancy and want an animated ad (i.e. option 2 or 3) we require you to provide us with a 'storyboard'. To explain a little more, every animation has a series of frames to it and we require you to tell us exactly what is to happen on each frame. This may sound a little tricky but trust us, it's actually quite simple. Our commercial team will explain more when you speak to them.

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