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- Jason Berg
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How Tfrommelt started their banner ad journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Accounting & Financial
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are The Responsible Teen Spending Company (see website...www.billmyparents.com to see font for this). Our product is the SpendSmart Prepaid MasterCard (that is the brand name and should be treated as one) for Teens.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We need Direct Response display ads. We would like to see a 300x250 design and would then like to have it scaled to 728x90 and 160x600 as well.
The key elements of the banner must include:
- The SpendSmart Prepaid MasterCard (that's the actual brand name) for Teens...words and card image...
- from BillMyParents, The Responsible Teen Spending Company (this should include our logo and both should be somewhat de-emphasized relative to the product name itself...could even be something that is just in a lower corner somewhere...or attached Logo_Vert_4c_Orange could be a watermark in the background or something maybe). See http://www.billmyparents.com for treatment of logo vs brand name vs spending company theme.
- 30 Day Trial Offer
- A button that says, "Try Now" or something similar
- Alternative language might communicate, "A card designed for parents with teens. No contract. No credit check. No obligation." in relation to the 30 day free trial if that is helpful.
We are primarily speaking to moms of teens who are highly educated.