How many times would my commercial play for the cost of a :30 second slot?

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There is no easy answer to this question without more information about your goals. To find the best fit for your company, our expert media buyers would ask questions about your target demographic and what budget you are comfortable with. Then, we could show you a proposal that would have the most potential for success.

 

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  • I would think that the above question could be answered very easily. You pay $495.00 for the creation of the add, then send it to a TV Station for airing. So, in paying the $495.00 how may times does that TV Station show your add and for how many days? 1 day, 2 days Etc. Maybe on top of your fee, is there an additional fee to have it aired.

    • Hi Lee – $495 is for production of the tv ad only, not for the air time. To air your ad on tv you will need to work out a schedule either with the station or cable company directly or we can suggest a media buyer that we work with. There is no easy answer for how much it costs to run one ad on tv due the all the variables such as time of day, programming, market, number of viewers, etc. Your media buyer can help you decide on a budget you are comfortable with and where to run your ad based on your target demographic.

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