What would you like your marketing to do for you?
Launch your new business? Introduce a new product or service? Boost sales of a specific range? Increase your customer base? Support your channel partners? Or maybe just raise your profile and generate new leads?
In today’s crowded marketplace, whatever you want your marketing to deliver, it needs to be eye-catching, bold and compelling; perhaps quirky or amusing; maybe even a little edgy.
The magic is in the mix!
But it can be difficult to work out which mix – and what messages – will work best for you; which is where outsourcing comes into its own. It gives you a whole new perspective on your marketing from a team of professionals who have ‘been there, done that’ and really know what works!
Whichever approach suits your business and marketplace best, we’re bursting with ideas to get you noticed.
There are many reasons why outsourcing your marketing could be good for you and your business; here are three which can deliver immediate benefits…
1. It’s far more cost-effective
Hiring an in-house marketing professional costs a lot. You’ve got their salary, National Insurance and pension contributions, holiday and sick pay, equipment, software, training and more, and any ‘perks’ on top!
When you consider how much that all translates to (around £66,000 a year!!!), divide it by 12 and you’ve got £5500 a month to play with! And none of those overheads: it’s all for your marketing… just think how much marketing you could get for that, and with a whole team of specialists at your disposal, too!
2. It saves you time
More often than not, business owners who come to us for marketing help simply don’t have the time to do everything themselves. As a business owner, you wear many hats, but to give each of those hats your undivided attention just isn’t practical.
Coming up with a marketing plan takes time; then you’ve got to create all the content, make sure you have the right assets and materials, stay on top of website updates, manage your direct mail, work that social media, create banners and ads, do your PR and promotions… the list goes on.
Fortunately, marketing is our bag and our team members are all specialists in their fields, who love doing all this ‘stuff’ (and more!)
Our outsourcing service gives you your time back, so you can work on your business instead of getting bogged down in it.
3. It gives you top-level skills & expertise
Not only does marketing require the right strategic, analytic and design expertise; you also need to make sure you keep on top of current marketing trends and tactics.
It takes time and money to ‘train and maintain’ all these skills in-house; but that’s all part of what we do… we spend that money, so you don’t have to!
Here at Juicy, our team have tried and tested pretty much every marketing tactic and technique under the sun! We’re on top of the latest trends; trained in all the best software; and between us, we have 136 years of marketing experience!
Quite simply, outsourcing gives you our whole team of experts; bringing all their skills, knowledge and creativity to your projects; saving you heaps of time; and all for a fraction of the cost of employing your own in-house staff.
So, why not explore how team Juicy could help you with a project or become your complete outsourced marketing department?
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