Published By: Globality
Published Date: Apr 05, 2018
Marketers have to look beyond an agency of record to find external partners with specialised capabilities that can help deliver value to their company. However, finding and vetting these new kinds of partners are significant challenges.
Whether you’re hiring a new digital marketing agency or looking to improve your current agency relationship, Hanapin Marketing’s longstanding expertise and reputation as the agency that other agencies turn to can provide you with invaluable expertise.
In this guide to choosing and hiring an effective PPC agency, Hanapin provides best practices and long-established wisdom about what your agency relationship should look like—including what your agency should be doing, and just as importantly, what you can do to help your agency.
Email marketing has proven to be a successful way to drive revenue and stay top-of-mind. In this paper we explore why you should outsource your email marketing and how to go about finding the right provider.
Email marketing is a proven and cost-effective way to drive revenue and stay top-of-mind with prospects and customers. But many small business owners struggle to find the time to get started with email marketing or see real results. In this paper, find out how an email marketing consultant can solve this problem, see how one small business quadrupled its return on investment by working with an email marketing consultant, and how to find a local and vetted email marketing consultant within 72 hours.
This whitepaper will look into the areas of cost, time and reliability to prove in a simple manner that the benefits of outsourcing a company's email marketing outweigh those of starting an in-house solution.
Published By: ComCorp
Published Date: Oct 08, 2009
In earlier years, most companies didn't know the first thing about search engine marketing, and as a result, almost all of them outsourced their Internet marketing campaigns to dedicated firms. However, as search engine marketing has grown in prominence in the business community -- and more information about search engine marketing has become available online -- more people have become knowledgeable about the basic SEM principles and strategies, and more companies are attempting to run their own Internet marketing campaigns in-house.
Published By: Scripted
Published Date: Jun 03, 2014
Many businesses outsource content because they’re stretched for time. In fact, according to the Content Marketing Institute’s 2014 benchmark report, 69 percent of B2B marketers said a “lack of time” was the biggest challenge they face to date. But time isn’t the only reason why nearly 47 percent of marketers have turned to outsourcing. Here’s why the savvy ones in the business are outsourcing their content right now (and why you should be, too).
Many times the social media team is siloed, outsourced, or even non-existent. But the only way to fully harness the power of social media marketing is to put it on the table with every other marketing channel and integrate it into a larger cross-channel marketing plan. Our eBook will give you five things you can do right now to integrate social media marketing into your current marketing strategy.
Many businesses believe they only have two choices when it comes to marketing -- establish an internal department or contract specific services with a full-service marketing agency. There is a third option worth exploring. Strategic outsource marketing provides the commitment of an internal resource and the capabilities of a full-service agency without the operating costs of either.
There are myriad software products, from complete CRM platforms that offer analytics to standalone or add-on software products that focus solely on analytics. There are analytics apps that can be added to your existing CRM platform. Or there’s the option to outsource analytics to a growing number of service providers.
“The technologies are changing rapidly. There are a zillion startups offering either new tools or technologies, so it is kind of hard to navigate,”Mike Gualtieri, an analystfor Forrester Research Inc. in Cambridge, Mass., said in a recent webcast on analytics. “There isn’t just one platform that you’re going to need.
There’s a whole ecosystem of platforms.”
Having the right people on staff who know how to use the technology is equally important, analysts say. Analytics aren’t just for statisticians anymore—they’re used by sales, marketing and customer service teams in daily decision making.