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What Company pays the Highest Advertising Salary in New York?

If you want to work in adver­tis­ing and earn the high­est adver­tis­ing salary of all your friends than New York is where you want to be.  New York City will bring in a por­tion of the $1.4 tril­lion eco­nom­ic out­put accord­ing to the Bureau of Labor Sta­tis­tics. Why is New York City the best place for adver­tis­ing exec­u­tives to earn a high salary? Its loca­tion, easy access to the sub­way, restau­rants with­in walk­ing dis­tance, are draws for Gen­er­a­tion X employ­ees. How­ev­er, is there com­pe­ti­tion among the high­est pay­ing adver­tis­ing com­pa­nies in New York? Accord­ing to MediaJobs.com, there are a wide range of adver­tis­ing account exec­u­tive posi­tions in New York. Accord­ing to Busi­ness Insid­er, the com­pa­ny offer­ing the high­est adver­tis­ing salary is Google. Employ­ees rank their sat­is­fac­tion with salaries as 4.4 out of 5. Google is locat­ed in Moun­tain View, Calif., but has New York offices. Google glad­ly forked over $100,000,000 for a Google exec’s adver­tis­ing salary in New York Twit­ter des­per­ate­ly need­ed to revamp it’s image, they sent an offer to a Google exec­u­tive and for­mer Dou­bleClick lieu­tenant, Neal Mohan. He was all set to go until Google offered him $100 mil­lion in stock to stay. This is how one of Google’s most suc­cess­ful…

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Paul Venables gives a masterclass in success for online advertising startups

Paul Ven­ables, founder and exec­u­tive cre­ative direc­tor of Ven­ables, Bell & Part­ners, has been shar­ing his inti­mate knowl­edge about how start­up online ad agen­cies can thrive, even in tough eco­nom­ic con­di­tions. Aspir­ing busi­ness devel­op­ment man­agers might do well to lis­ten up. Keep­ing human, keep­ing lean Writ­ing as a guest colum­nist on AdAge, Ven­ables chal­lenges the assump­tion that, with agen­cies pop­ping up from coast to coast, there’s no room for new ones. But the suc­cess­ful ones need to be dif­fer­ent if they’re to inspire their team’s cre­ativ­i­ty, which means mak­ing the work envi­ron­ment spe­cial – busi­ness devel­op­ment man­agers, search engine mar­ket­ing spe­cial­ists and cre­atives need to be treat­ed “like liv­ing, breath­ing human beings,” not cogs in a machine. And there’s no need to be tim­o­rous about mar­ket melt­downs and reces­sions. Pro­vid­ed agen­cies learn from the hard times (as indeed Ven­ables, Bell & Part­ner did when the dot com bub­ble burst and the post‑9/11 mar­ket calami­ty struck with­in months of each oth­er), prospects can be good. Just don’t let the record Dow lead to reck­less overindul­gence. As Ven­ables puts it, “Don’t start fat. Don’t get fat.” Anoth­er don’t: don’t think that clients will be impressed with a wit­ty, eso­teric moniker. They won’t…

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