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Red Square takes your advertising to your customer!

We offer competitive pricing packages based on what you need. Contact us today to discuss your advertising requirements and receive our pricing quote. We tailor our pricing around weekly, monthly or yearly packages. The more days you need, the lower our cost is to you!

Here are a few typical pricing structures of conventional advertising

Television is typically the most expensive and traditional means of advertising which vary drastically. This is based on many factors of time of day, channel, local, national, length, etc, etc. Prices could be as high as $2-3 Million during the Super Bowl to $3000-$5000 a week for local commercial.

Radio advertising also includes production and placement costs, but not usually to the level of television. Strategic Media suggests a budget of around $20,000.00 for a typical three-to-four week test run in advertising. This includes around $1750.00 for creative development and $4000.00 to $6000.00 weekly for placement as of 2011. Radio ads are usually purchased in volume and rotated over the course of a week. Size of the market has a great influence. Much of radio advertising occurs in local markets.

  • Newspaper ads are another common medium for company advertisement. For example a small business package with the local Columbus Dispatch for 12, 5%  color ads in any section of any day for 4 weeks is $2,000.

  • Magazine ads cost vary tremendously based on the popularity and size of distribution. These prices can range from $830 for a 1/8th page black and white up to $3,460 for a full page 4 color print for a one time placement.

  • Online advertising has many different categories. The most common are adwords which carry a PPC (pay per click) which can cost hundreds if not thousands a month. Banner advertising of known websites. For example it would cost around $400,000 to advertise on YouTube homepage and $100,000 to be put on the FaceBook logout screen.

  • Television is typically the most expensive and traditional means of advertising which vary drastically. This is based on many factors of time of day, channel, local, national, length, etc, etc. Prices could be as high as $2-3 Million during the Super Bowl to $3000-$5000 a week for local commercial.

  • Radio advertising also includes production and placement costs, but not usually to the level of television. Strategic Media suggests a budget of around $20,000.00 for a typical three-to-four week test run in advertising. This includes around $1750.00 for creative development and $4000.00 to $6000.00 weekly for placement as of 2011. Radio ads are usually purchased in volume and rotated over the course of a week. Size of the market has a great influence. Much of radio advertising occurs in local markets.