Let’s face it: employing in-house marketing professionals is expensive. You’ll be funding the recruitment process, salary, National Insurance and pension contributions, holiday and sick pay, equipment, space and more; not forgetting any CPD you pay for, perhaps the company car and other ‘perks’ too.
All this is money you could be spending on actual marketing, rather than ‘admin’… just imagine how much it would buy?!
So what’s the alternative? Outsourcing your marketing of course!
Here are the top 3 reasons why some of our clients outsource their marketing to us…
1 – Cost
The average salary for a Marketing Manager in the UK is £37,500 (Total Jobs). You then have further costs with PAYE and NIC, pensions, bonuses and holiday/ sick leave. Add on the price of ongoing training, software licences and equipment and you’re looking at the true cost being over £66,000.
If you start with £37,500 and divide into 12 months, it works out at £3125 a month. Just imagine how much marketing you could get for that, as well as having a dedicated team at your disposal.
2 – Time
A survey showed that small business owners spend roughly 33-hours per week on marketing activities. 76% of this group reported having insufficient time in the day to get everything done (Backlinkify).
Marketing is our bag and our team members are specialists in their fields, so we could give you your time back to work on your business instead of in it.
3 – Skillset
Nearly half of SME business owners surveyed said they don’t know if they’re marketing effectively and 14% know they aren’t (Infusionsoft & Lead Pages).
By outsourcing to Juicy Marketing, you get our team of specialists who have tried and tested pretty much all marketing methods under the sun. Quite simply, our team becomes your team too.
To find out more about outsourcing your marketing with Juicy, why not book in for a complimentary 30-minute Kickstarter call?
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