Digital Marketing pricing.

Digital Marketing is the act of advertising your business on the internet. In most cases, Google Ads are arguably the best way to promote a business but there are also the options for Bing Ads, Facebook Ads (which includes Instagram), LinkedIn Ads and more recently, TikTok Ads.

Keeping up with changing algorithms, trying to figure out the best ad copy and keywords can get tricky. You have a business to run, so let me take care of those ads for you.

Much like my monthly web design plans, I have straightforward pricing for Digital Marketing.

Paid Advertising plan.



+ 10% of your ad budget

For example, if you have a $500 ad budget set aside for Google Ads, your monthly bill would be $250 + (500 * 10%) = $300.
You’ll pay Funky Moose Digital $300 and Google $500.

25% off?

Funky Moose is a record company. We want artists to succeed. I’ve made it my personal mission to work with musicians wherever I can, so if you’re an unsigned artist and you need a website, you can get all of the above at a 25% discount. Obviously, the discount applies to the website dedicated to your art, not to your Maneki-neko merch business.

Frequently Asked Questions.

  • Q: Why the terms?
    A: Ads don’t always work like magic right away. They need tweaking on a regular basis. Seasons change and if you sign up in your low-season and find the ads “aren’t working”, we’ll need time to find out why that is. In this case, Rome wasn’t built in a day.
  • Q: What if my ad budget changes?
    A: If your ad budget changes, I will charge the percentage based on the new ad budget for that month.
  • Q: Do I get to choose where I have my ads?
    A: Absolutely, but we’ll do a consultation session to make that decision. It all depends on where your audience is. For example, most of the customers we have at Funky Moose Records are not on TikTok but Google Ads work very well. That may not be the case for your business.
  • Q: Why is there a 10% ad budget charge?
    A: This is because I assume companies with smaller ad budgets need less intense management with only a handful of campaigns, ad groups and ads. Larger companies with bigger budgets will need more campaigns and more management.