There are many companies out there that prefer to keep their marketing campaigns in-house, which is understandable.But, on a few basic levels–a very few, namely a need to control everything–most companies prefer to take their web marketing initiatives to an agency. This can be attributed to a number of things.
First and foremost, agencies work with businesses one-on-one to help them reach their business goals, tailoring the web marketing approach to the voice of the product and the personality of the target market. These campaigns run full-service with your central ideas on the front-lines. Their entire operation is based solely upon those ideas, including planning and development.
An agency will also work with you to identity realistic, specific and measurable goals for your marketing plan. They will also organize a strategy to help you meet those goals, write it up for your reference, and seek to execute it. Less task-oriented and more results-driven, agencies focus more on what you hope to achieve than minute detail. Agencies have the big picture in mind as they start in on developing a campaign that meets the needs of your product personality.
Another advantage that agencies have is that you may not have access to analytical software that can help you track your leads and create automated workflows, like Hubspot.
Such tools are an invaluable part of an inbound marketing strategy, as they break down the sales process to the point of transparency. From leads to consumers to influencers (those consumers who redistribute your promotional materials to leads with a higher frequency than the silent majority),agencies, through such tools, have an access to worlds of extremely important data, which helps them meet the goals that you’ve laid out together.
Without the hard work and dedication of an agency, who will afford you absolute control? Anyway, most websites won’t make it off the ground. Will yours?