The Digital Media Buying and Planning course will deepen your working knowledge of digital buying and planning. Throughout the day we will review the entire media buying and planning process from start to finish with group discussions throughout.
This course is also a great preparation for the Digital Buyer and Planner Certification exam!
- How to analyze and collaborate on client briefs
- Strategies behind developing effective media plans and strategies
- Which research tools and tactics you can leverage
- How to execute and manage digital campaigns
Who Should Attend?
This course is designed for digital media buyers, planners, marketers and strategists who have 0-2 years of experience, for those transitioning to digital media buying and planning from traditional planning, sales or for those who are preparing to sit for the DBPC certification exam. If you have any questions about participating remotely or if you have a question about the course, please contact us at email@example.com.
Dates and Locations
City Date Time Language Venue Virtual Sep 15, 2021 10:00 am – 5:00 pm English Remote Only
If you have any questions about participating remotely or if you have a question about the course, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1.0 - Collaborating on Campaign Briefs
- 1.1: Establish Plan Parameters
- 1.2: Develop Media Objectives
- 1.3: Establish Buying Guidelines
- 1.4: Establish Available Assets
- 1.5: Construct Planning Timeline
2.0 - Creating Media Strategies
- 2.1: Conducting Campaign Research Activities
- 2.2: Defining the Media Mix
- 2.3: Collaborate with Creative Agencies
- 2.4: Designing the Data and Measurement Plan
- 2.5: Develop Strategic Recommendation for Brand
3.0 - Developing Digital Media Plans
- 3.1: Manage RFP Process
- 3.2: Evaluate and Negotiate Media Proposals
- 3.3: Forecast Media Returns
- 3.4: Finalize Media Plan
4.0 - Executing Campaigns
- 4.1: Negotiate Vendor Terms and Conditions
- 4.2: Manage IO Process
- 4.3: Kick-Off Campaign
- 4.4: Manage Trafficking and Tagging Process
- 4.5: Manage Reporting Process
5.0 - Managing Campaigns
- 5.1: Analyze and Optimize Creative
- 5.2: Troubleshoot Campaign
- 5.3: Manage Flowchart Process
- 5.4: Managing Digital Media Finances
6.0 - Educating Stakeholders
- 6.1: Creating Ad Hoc Reporting
- 6.2: Construct Industry POVs
- Great instructor -Thanks! – Alexei Abramov, Portfolio Manager, World Vision Canada
- Eleanor was great. Knowledgeable and kept it interesting. Her humour helped keep us focused! –Anonymous
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