15 Mar 2012

What is the RFC – Request for Consideration (vs. RFP)?

By |2017-12-26T15:35:07-05:00March 15th, 2012|

The “RFC” or “Request for Consideration” is new method of media planning that was introduced by NextMark in February 2012. The RFC is an alternative/complement to the “RFP” or “Request for Proposal” process that has been traditionally used in the media buying/selling process. The RFP and RFC are both methods [...]

18 Jan 2012

Why the RFP fails in digital media buying

By |2017-12-26T15:35:07-05:00January 18th, 2012|

As a follow up to the 9 ways the RFP fails in digital media buying, this article shows how today’s digital media landscape has rendered the RFP obsolete. The RFP process has been used in the advertising business since the beginning.  But the dynamics of the media landscape has changed [...]

17 Jan 2012

9 ways the RFP fails in digital media buying

By |2017-04-07T11:01:21-04:00January 17th, 2012|

“The RFP is broken” is often heard among digital media planning/buying and digital ad sales teams (called “buyer” and “seller” in this article). However, the RFP – or Request for Proposal – has remained an ingrained part of the digital media buying process for guaranteed inventory. This article explores the [...]

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