How to supply content to your marketing agency

Halo Media Group Supplying content to your creative agency

How to supply content to our design agency

We require all content in digital format unless agreed otherwise.


We require text supplied in Microsoft Word or email. Should we be supplied scanned in text, we’ll need to add in the time taken to retype it out. Please ensure that it is your final version is accurate as Halo Media will not be held responsible for mistakes. Furthermore, content changes may incur extra costs (see how to avoid scope creep) and increase the likelihood of errors. If there are other people involved in the project, please obtain their approval prior to sending content through.


All images supplied in high resolution (excluding website imagery) and logos as vector based artwork or high resolution jpegs. If we need to redraw logos and graphics, this may incur an extra fee. Should you not have imagery, we can source images for you from our standard image libraries at an additional fee, or assist with assigning a photographer (to be billed separately).

Note: You need to ensure that you have copyright compliant imagery and content. This means you cannot take the pictures from Google, or copy the content from another website.  Halo will deem all supplied imagery and text to be copyright compliant and will not check for plagiarism or piracy. If you are unsure, please check with your Halo contact to discuss this further.


If you have an existing brand, please supply us with your marketing material and/or brand guidelines so that we can keep the brand continuity. Additonally, if you have very complex guidelines, this may require extra time to meet the mandatory requirements.


Occasionally, we have to revise your estimate based on the content requirements. These include:

  • Complex charts/graphs/diagrams
  • Logos etc. which require redrawing
  • Photos which require intense photo retouching