After I finally jumped off the marketing agency carousel a few years back I was painfully aware of the flaws in client / agency relationships.
How can a business get value from a marketing agency when they’re only investing a few days a month in the client’s business?
How can it work for both parties when the agency isn’t investing enough time to make it work and in many cases investing time in the wrong things?
Why on earth are businesses being charged extra for a “client manager” who adds no value?
So I had this crazy idea about building an agency where no client wanted to leave. A long-term happy marriage where the picture-reel of memories is rich in juicy pie charts, bursting with enquiries and sales; Where my long-term partners are secure in an eco-system that helps their businesses to flourish.
That's what would make me happy. And that’s what I do.
Without strategy, your social media, paid advertising, SEO, email, website and content marketing efforts are just a collection of tactics.
With a strategy, you have clear goals and understand where to invest your time and money to drive more leads and sales.
You'll know where your business sits in relation to competitors, how to get ahead and stay ahead.
We’ve worked with Jonny for over 6 years during which time he’s been on hand to give technical and strategic advice when needed, as well as helping to drive measurable results across a range of digital channels.
With clear, concise reporting and objective-setting we’ve been able to maintain a leading market share online versus competitors. And we are confident that we’ll continue to do so.
Ian Creighton -
Wilson Nesbitt Solicitors
Know when to act
Imagine if you suddenly stopped posting things on social media. What would actually happen?
It's time to start investing time and money in the marketing channels that give you a return on investment.
Your goal isn't just to get website visitors, likes and shares. It's to turn branding into valuable customers.
Your goals are more leads and more sales.
You should be able to measure exactly where these leads and sales came from, whether it was a Google ad, referral website or from Facebook.