After I finished school several years ago, I started a small web advertising business.
All of us do our best to help small companies build websites plus the two of us also provide tons of advertising services such as search engine optimization, as well as managing their spend money per click ads.
I am the owner of the business these days, but several of our friends from school work consistently with me. All of us recently picked up a pressing advertising job with a well known heating corporation. They hired our dealership to help with an advertising campaign that will successfully draw more clients into the doors. I came up with a brand new idea for a coupon that the dealer could send to everyone in the mail. I sent a mock coupon for review last month and the heating dealer owner approved the design. The next day, I sent the coupons to the printer. Unfortunately, our employee abruptly realized there was an unfortunate error on the coupon. That coupon was supposed to advertise a heating tune up plus service appointment. The heating and cooling dealer usually charges about $50 for this appointment, but the printed coupon gave the price for 34.95. Unfortunately, the actual price on the coupon was a little bit different – 43.95. I told our employee to take everything back to the printer right away plus have them repair the mistake before the two of us send those promotional materials to our customer. Hopefully they will be able to readily finish the job in a couple of days. The customer was very unhappy about the delay, but ecstatic that the two of us caught the error ahead of time.