Our income rises
only when yours
Ad Agencies: make a percentage of every dollar you spend.
Ad Agencies: earn more when you spend more.
Ad Agencies: bill by the hour.
Incentives: the more money you spend and the less efficiently they work, the more they earn.
Our best interests are tied to
Your best interests.
Our incentives are linked only to your growth.
You don’t need an ad agency.
You need some Wizard of Ads™ Partners.
Wizard of Ads™ Partners: charge a one-time, upfront engagement fee followed by a flat-rate monthly fee. We don’t charge by the hour. We get a raise only if your business does better than it did last year. In fact, if your business shrinks this year (for any reason whatsoever) then we take a pay cut. We’re in your corner all the way. We’re all in.
Incentive: We care only about increasing your revenue. If we get a 58% raise, it’s because we grew your top line by 58%. That becomes our new monthly salary. If we follow that with 62% growth the following year, our new salary is raised by 62%.
That’s why we partner only with business owners we believe in.
Advertising will only accelerate what was going to happen anyway. If you know how to run your business, we know how to advertise it.
The Wizard of Ads™ Partners were carefully recruited over a period of 22 years by Roy H. Williams, the founder of the group.
Regardless of which partner you hire to be your key contact person, they will assemble a team of specialists to serve your account, each partner carefully chosen for their skills in overcoming precisely the challenges you face.
Contact a partner. Begin a conversation. Pay them for a day of their time.
Prepare to be amazed.
Wizard of Ads Partners
Years of Experience
Our Raise If You Don’t Grow
Each partner stands 6 feet tall with a 300 foot shadow.
What the heck does that mean? It means that when you work with a Wizard of Ads Partner, you’re not just getting one smart man or woman. Each partner contributes to and benefits from a collective pool of knowledge. They share the results of real world marketing dollars spent across hundreds of towns, almost like a network of laboratories.
By learning from the successes and failures of other partners, their experience and judgment is multiplied exponentially.