Advertising agencies can lose accounts for a variety of reasons, ranging from unrealistic customer demands to poor service performance. Unrealistic customer demands can be a major factor in an agency losing an account. If the agency's experience indicates that the client should initially target smaller clients, but the client has different objectives, it can lead to dissatisfaction. Poor service performance is another reason why an agency may lose an account.
If customer service declines after signing a contract, it can lead to customer dissatisfaction. Customers pay attention to the customer service, type, quality, and results of an ad. If an agency continues to perform poorly and reduce sales, the client will no longer be willing to work with it. The chances of losing a customer are greater if they are not satisfied with the results.
If an agency cannot show obvious results, they could lose the client. Agencies often promise too much in their quest to deliver and satisfy customers, and this can lead to a loss of business. Additionally, with the introduction of GDPR regulations, a bad agency could even bankrupt a company. The presentation of an advertising agency should present the agency's marketing strategy in a creative way and express how its marketing efforts will achieve the client's objectives and convey the brand's message. This is essential for agencies to maintain their accounts and keep customers satisfied.