Madison Avenue Quality at a small fraction of the Cost

WebGuy Communication's Mark W. Mumma has been at the head of advertising for hundreds of companies over the last two decades. As a corporate exec for a company, he could easily make $150,000 per year.

Most small businesses don't have that kind of budget. So, instead of the $150k, you can hire me as cheaply as $25 per hour as long as you promise to pay me for a minimum of number of hours per week. (Click here to see current rates below) Any price changes are grandfathered in. As long as you continuously hire and pay for your chosen price package, your price will never go up.

Simple.
Cheap.
Effective.

WebGuy's Director of Advertising service is the perfect solution for small business because of the structure of this service.

Imagine you hired a part-time "social media" employee to take care of your website, social media, graphic design, design and layout and anything else advertising related. You'd spend, $7.25 per hour minimum. More like $10 or $12 per hour for "someone good".

The "someone good" part is tricky because of most younger people's skill set are such that the task of creating a YouTube channel with all of the graphics required would likely take "someone good" the better part of a morning to accomplish, or maybe an entire day to create the channel art, set up the YouTube channel itself, connect your website to it, update the site with the new YouTube links, playlists, and channel art.

This might take "someone good" even more than one day. Eight hours would be typical for this task to be completed by a part-time, younger employee.

SPEED:
The WebGuy Advantage

Create YouTube Channel

This task takes WebGuy 10 minutes.

And that includes the changes to the website to add the new YouTube channel link.

Creating that YouTube channel could cost you $88 for a day's wage for "someone good". WebGuy only charged you $4.18.

When you hire WebGuy as your director of advertising you get over 30 years of experience propelling companies to higher sales, higher customers and higher take-home income. "someone good" can't do that. They're not even thinking that way. They're thinking they have a part-time job and can't wait to post their lunch on facebook or share a cat meme.

WebGuy is laser-focused on building your Brand

Brand is everything in today's competitive business climate. The good brands succeed while the bad ones fail. WebGuy is laser focused on building a powerful, recognizable brand to give you the most competitive advantage in the marketplace. Brand is literally everything.

Your success is WebGuy's success as your advertising materials will be showcased by WebGuy and highlighted on his growing social media network.

In a Nutshell

WebGuy produces exponentially more and better results than a full-time employee you're paying $11 per hour. That's $440 for the week. You'd pay WebGuy $100 for 3.0 hours and get three or four times more production. More videos, more social media posts, more brochure layouts, more business card designs.

More everything.

WebGuy is FAST. Like, really Fast.

In four hours WebGuy can crank out more work — in Madison Avenue quality and effectiveness — that a part-time employee could in an entire workweek. Probably along the lines of 3 to 4 times more production than the part-timer.

When you consider WebGuy's normal, hourly rate is $125/hr, hiring WebGuy for a minimum of three hours a week at $33/hr is a savings of $400/week. That's real money. Real savings.

And therein creates your ability to have first-rate, tried and true advertising for your business that gets results. For pennies.

What's the Catch?

Ad Guy plans are based on available time. I have a lot of projects I work on at my normal hourly rate of $125.00. Those projects come first. I also provide technical support for a total of three different companies. Those technical support requests come first too. The way I am able to provide my services so cheaply is because I am selling my idle time. Some weeks I have more idle time and some weeks I'll have less. To properly manage deadlines I'll need to know a date and time you want something done at least ONE business day in advance, preferably earlier than that.

To make things efficient and give you the most bang for your buck, you will upload your photos and textual content to a shared dropbox folder where it can be easily accessed and processed by my proprietary automation. Just keep in mind, NO SPACES are allowed in filenames. Our web servers are based on Linux and my automation cannot deal with filenames that contain spaces. For that reason you should replace spaces in your filenames with underscores.

Product SKU 125212.jpg becomes Product_SKU_125212.jpg.

Current Plans Avaiable

As of April 15th, 2020

All plans are "up to" the number of hours contracted. If you do not use your hours, they do not roll forward. The pricing below is locked in at your weekly commitment. If you commit to 4 hours per week, but your actual time exceeds 4 hours, you will be charged the 4-hour rate of $31.25, rather than $27.50 or $25 even if your total time used exceeds 6 or 10 hours respectively.

All plans are month-to-month except as noted otherwise

Hours per weekPer HourWeekly TotalMonthly TotalAvailable
1 hour per week$50.00 per hour $50 total$200 per month*2
2 hours per week$40.00 per hour$80 total$320 per month*none
3 hours per week$33.33 per hour$100 total$400 per month*none
4 hours per week$31.25 per hour$125 total$500 per month*1
6 hours per week$27.50 per hour$165 total$660 per month**1
10 hours per week$25.00 per hour$250 total$1,000 per month***2

*Monthly amounts are approximate.
**Monthly amounts are approximate. - six-month commitment required.
***Monthly amounts are approximate. - twelve-month commitment required.
This pricing is subject to change without notice.

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