Adacado For Sales

Make more sales with dynamic creative

Is your mission the commission? Do you hail the sale? You might be like our friend Jash – a savvy salesman determined to close. If this sounds familiar, click to read his story.

Make more sales with dynamic creative

Is your mission the commission? Do you hail the sale? You might be like our friend Jash – a savvy salesman determined to close. If this sounds familiar, click to read his story.

salesman sitting at his desk typing and talking to clients

Sell more, sell faster

Adacado eliminates the time and complexity associated with dynamic creative advertising campaigns. Pitch it, build it, and start running ads in minutes, not days.

  • 5 minute campaign-builder
  • Pre-built ad themes
  • Auto-generated campaign preview link
a display of sample ads from adacado

Happy clients, happy life

Before a prospecting call, use Adacado to scrape your client’s website, so by the time they pick up the phone you’ll have an entire dynamic creative sample campaign to show them. Just send them the link, and listen for the wow.

  • Extensive library of theme designs
  • Designed to fit any budget
  • Award-winning customer support team
a computer showing a display of adacados ads in different formats

Commitment-free pricing

If it ain’t working, call it quits. But when you change your mind a week later, start back up like you never stopped. It’s like a junior-high romance, but without the heartbreak or acne.

  • No build fees
  • Daily prorated pricing
  • No monthly commitment
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Pricing starts at $10 US/day

with no monthly commitments or cancellation fees.

It’s budget-friendly dynamic creative.

salesman sitting at his desk typing and talking to clients

“Hey, buddy, Jash here from Innaminit ad co. What’s shaking, my man?”

“Sorry who?”

“Jash, from Innaminit Ad co.”

“Josh?”

“Jash like rash. Cause you ain’t getting rid of me ‘til I’m ready to leave. Wondering if Cosmo is around, and how he feels about the mocks I sent him.”

“I don’t think he’s seen them. He’s... busy.”

Jash is doing his rounds. He’s only up 12% this quarter, and his commissions are NOT where he wants them to be. He’s calling every one of his clients to see what he can wring out of them so he can hit his goals. 

Jash works as a sales agent for Innaminit Ad co. Most of his clients are small to medium sized retail companies. No time for prospecting this month; to hit his targets for the quarter, he’ll need to pull more out of each client. The trouble is that most of his clients are quite small, and he’s already maxed out their budgets. Jash can squeeze a nickel til the beaver shits, but even he has his limits.

This call is going nowhere. This month is going nowhere! He can’t seem to reach the decision-makers at his bigger accounts, and the little guys aren’t budging. At this rate, he’s stuck.

Unacceptable. That 2020 RS ain’t gonna pay for itself. Time for a perspective shift. Rule #1 of increasing profits; if income is fixed, decrease expenses. Back to the drawing board.

Google search for “Adtech alternatives” - no, too vague. “PPC cheaper than google” - nothing new here. “Cheapest Advertising DSP” - Centro, Media Math, same old shit. Getting desperate here - it’s been 2 minutes already off the phones. Gotta sell. Gotta close.

Where to cut costs? Think, Jash, think! What are the costs? Man hours. Software. Lumascape! That will have something for me. Retargeting, Trade Desks, no, no, Servers, no, Creative Optimization. What the hell is that? Google “Creative Optimization.” DCO - got it. I think that’s what FlashTalking does? Google “Cheapest DCO.” First hit - “Ad creative made easy - Pricing Plans.” Quick look here. Jash thinks back to his latest budget report, “Build fees are about 4K, running things is around 2K/month. Pretty insignificant in the big picture...

$299/month. I says pardon? This must be the wrong thing. Click to Product - there’s a section for sales agents, perfect.

Build a campaign in 5 minutes, send mocks to the client, no designers necessary - that should reduce man hours, alright. And build fee, where’s the build fee? None. Well shit son! Let’s test it out. Nah, get Bryan to do it.

“Bry Guy! Look man, I got a little project for you.”

“Hello, Jash.” Bryan is a designer on the AdOps team, and whenever Jash asks for a favour, it’s generally time-consuming and not within his job description…

“Hey man, what’s going on, good to see you. Hey how was your weekend? Get out at all? I was in the park with a couple cervezas, you know what I mean? Love the sunshine man, love it. That’s me, sunshine and positivity. Gotta live that positive life. Hey, I just sent you a couple links. I want you to put together a sample campaign with this adacado software, alright? Shouldn’t take too long, I’m sure you can figure it out, you’re a smart guy; that’s why me and you get along so well, right? Smartest guys in the room. Anyways, let me know when it’s all built, so I can send off the mocks to the client. All the product info is on their website - Cosmo Cocktails.com or something like that. You can look it up. Anyways, I appreciate it Bry! Keep trucking!”

Half an hour later, Jash returns from his coffee break. Closing time. There’s an email from Bryan with the subject “I like it, let’s use it” and a link. Jash clicks on the link and is instantly enveloped in a sea of green. The smell of crisp dollar bills fills his nostrils. This is the holy grail, the arc of the covenant, the answer to his prayers. Adacado, meet Audi RS. RS, meet Adacado.

He forwards the preview link to Cosmo. “Disregard the previous mocks, and give me a call asap. I’ve got something better for you.” Once Jash closes this account, it’s off to the races. He can switch his existing DCO clients to adacado without them knowing; margin galore. And those cheap-ass smaller accounts can finally jump on the DCO train. He can even run half-month campaigns and split costs between clients to smash down the cost barrier to entry. Commission city, here we come.

The phone rings - it’s Cosmo.

“Cosmo, my man! What’s shaking?”

salesman sitting at his desk typing and talking to clients

“Hey, buddy, Jash here from Innaminit ad co. What’s shaking, my man?”

“Sorry who?”

“Jash, from Innaminit Ad co.”

“Josh?”

“Jash like rash. Cause you ain’t getting rid of me ‘til I’m ready to leave. Wondering if Cosmo is around, and how he feels about the mocks I sent him.”

“I don’t think he’s seen them. He’s... busy.”

Jash is doing his rounds. He’s only up 12% this quarter, and his commissions are NOT where he wants them to be. He’s calling every one of his clients to see what he can wring out of them so he can hit his goals. 

Jash works as a sales agent for Innaminit Ad co. Most of his clients are small to medium sized retail companies. No time for prospecting this month; to hit his targets for the quarter, he’ll need to pull more out of each client. The trouble is that most of his clients are quite small, and he’s already maxed out their budgets. Jash can squeeze a nickel til the beaver shits, but even he has his limits.

This call is going nowhere. This month is going nowhere! He can’t seem to reach the decision-makers at his bigger accounts, and the little guys aren’t budging. At this rate, he’s stuck.

Unacceptable. That 2020 RS ain’t gonna pay for itself. Time for a perspective shift. Rule #1 of increasing profits; if income is fixed, decrease expenses. Back to the drawing board.

Google search for “Adtech alternatives” - no, too vague. “PPC cheaper than google” - nothing new here. “Cheapest Advertising DSP” - Centro, Media Math, same old shit. Getting desperate here - it’s been 2 minutes already off the phones. Gotta sell. Gotta close.

Where to cut costs? Think, Jash, think! What are the costs? Man hours. Software. Lumascape! That will have something for me. Retargeting, Trade Desks, no, no, Servers, no, Creative Optimization. What the hell is that? Google “Creative Optimization.” DCO - got it. I think that’s what FlashTalking does? Google “Cheapest DCO.” First hit - “Ad creative made easy - Pricing Plans.” Quick look here. Jash thinks back to his latest budget report, “Build fees are about 4K, running things is around 2K/month. Pretty insignificant in the big picture...

$299/month. I says pardon? This must be the wrong thing. Click to Product - there’s a section for sales agents, perfect.

Build a campaign in 5 minutes, send mocks to the client, no designers necessary - that should reduce man hours, alright. And build fee, where’s the build fee? None. Well shit son! Let’s test it out. Nah, get Bryan to do it.

“Bry Guy! Look man, I got a little project for you.”

“Hello, Jash.” Bryan is a designer on the AdOps team, and whenever Jash asks for a favour, it’s generally time-consuming and not within his job description…

“Hey man, what’s going on, good to see you. Hey how was your weekend? Get out at all? I was in the park with a couple cervezas, you know what I mean? Love the sunshine man, love it. That’s me, sunshine and positivity. Gotta live that positive life. Hey, I just sent you a couple links. I want you to put together a sample campaign with this adacado software, alright? Shouldn’t take too long, I’m sure you can figure it out, you’re a smart guy; that’s why me and you get along so well, right? Smartest guys in the room. Anyways, let me know when it’s all built, so I can send off the mocks to the client. All the product info is on their website - Cosmo Cocktails.com or something like that. You can look it up. Anyways, I appreciate it Bry! Keep trucking!”

Half an hour later, Jash returns from his coffee break. Closing time. There’s an email from Bryan with the subject “I like it, let’s use it” and a link. Jash clicks on the link and is instantly enveloped in a sea of green. The smell of crisp dollar bills fills his nostrils. This is the holy grail, the arc of the covenant, the answer to his prayers. Adacado, meet Audi RS. RS, meet Adacado.

He forwards the preview link to Cosmo. “Disregard the previous mocks, and give me a call asap. I’ve got something better for you.” Once Jash closes this account, it’s off to the races. He can switch his existing DCO clients to adacado without them knowing; margin galore. And those cheap-ass smaller accounts can finally jump on the DCO train. He can even run half-month campaigns and split costs between clients to smash down the cost barrier to entry. Commission city, here we come.

The phone rings - it’s Cosmo.

“Cosmo, my man! What’s shaking?”