10 Things to Consider When Choosing a Location for Your Business

 

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED BY THE STAFF OF ENTREPRENEUR MEDIA, INC.

ENTREPRENEUR STAFF ON MAY 20, 2015.

In this edited excerpt, the authors outline 10 important criteria you should evaluate when considering a location for your new business.

Before you start shopping for business space, you need to have a clear picture of what you must have, what you’d like to have, what you absolutely won’t tolerate and how much you’re able to pay.

 Developing that picture can be a time-consuming process that’s both exciting and tedious, but it’s essential you give it the attention it deserves. While many startup mistakes can be corrected later on, a poor choice of location is sometimes impossible to repair.

Be systematic and realistic as you consider the following 10 location points.

 

1. Style of operation.

Is your operation going to be formal and elegant? Or kicked-back and casual? Your location should be consistent with your particular style and image. If your business is retailing, do you want a traditional store, or would you like to try operating from a kiosk (or booth) in a mall or a cart that you can move to various locations?

2. Demographics.

There are two important angles to the issue of demographics. First, consider who your customers are and how important their proximity to your location is. For a retailer and some service providers, this is critical; for other types of businesses, it might not be as important. The demographic profile you have of your target market will help you make this decision.

Then take a look at the community. If your customer base is local, does a sufficient percentage of that population match your customer profile to support your business? Does the community have a stable economic base that will provide a healthy environment for your business? Be cautious when considering communities that are largely dependent on a particular industry for their economy; a downturn could be bad for business.

Now think about your work force. What skills do you need, and are people with those talents available? Does the community have the resources to serve their needs? Is there sufficient housing in the appropriate price range? Will your employees find the schools, recreational opportunities, culture, and other aspects of the community satisfactory?

3. Foot traffic.

For most retail businesses, foot traffic is extremely important. You don’t want to be tucked away in a corner where shoppers are likely to bypass you, and even the best retail areas have dead spots. By contrast, if your business requires confidentiality, you may not want to be located in a high-traffic area. Monitor the traffic outside a potential location at different times of the day and on different days of the week to make sure the volume of pedestrian traffic meets your needs.

4. Accessibility and parking.

Consider how accessible the facility will be for everyone who’ll be using it—customers, employees, and suppliers. If you’re on a busy street, how easy is it for cars to get in and out of your parking lot? Is the facility accessible to people with disabilities? What sort of deliveries are you likely to receive, and will your suppliers be able to easily and efficiently get materials to your business? Small-package couriers need to get in and out quickly; trucking companies need adequate roads and loading docks if you’re going to be receiving freight on pallets.

Find out about the days and hours of service and access to locations you’re considering. Are the heating and cooling systems left on or turned off at night and on weekends? If you’re inside an office building, are there periods when exterior doors are locked and, if so, can you have keys? A beautiful office building at a great price is a lousy deal if you plan to work weekends but the building is closed on weekends—or they allow you access, but the air conditioning and heat are turned off so you roast in the summer and freeze in the winter.

Be sure there’s ample convenient parking for both customers and employees. As with foot traffic, take the time to monitor the facility at various times and days to see how the demand for parking fluctuates. Also make sure the parking lot is well-maintained and adequately lighted.

5. Competition.

Are competing companies located nearby? Sometimes that’s good, such as in industries where comparison shopping is popular. You may also catch the overflow from existing businesses, particularly if you’re located in a restaurant and entertainment area. But if a nearby competitor is only going to make your marketing job tougher, look elsewhere.

6. Proximity to other businesses and services.

Take a look at what other businesses and services are in the vicinity from two key perspectives. First, see if you can benefit from nearby businesses—by the customer traffic they generate—because those companies and their employees could become your customers, or because it may be convenient and efficient for you to be their customer.

Second, look at how they’ll enrich the quality of your company as a workplace. Does the vicinity have an adequate selection of restaurants so your employees have places to go for lunch? Is there a nearby day-care center for employees with children? Are other shops and services you and your employees might want conveniently located?

7. Image and history of the site.

What does this address say about your company? Particularly if you’re targeting a local market, be sure your location accurately reflects the image you want to project. It’s also a good idea to check out the history of the site. Consider how it’s evolved over the years.

Ask about previous tenants. If you’re opening a restaurant where five restaurants have failed, you may be starting off with an insurmountable handicap—either because there’s something wrong with the location or because the public will assume your business will go the way of the previous tenants. If several types of businesses have been there and failed, do some research to find out why—you need to confirm whether the problem was with the businesses or the location. That previous occupants have been wildly successful is certainly a good sign, but temper that with information on what type of businesses they were compared to yours.

8. Ordinances.

Find out if any ordinances or zoning restrictions could affect your business in any way. Check for the specific location you’re considering as well as neighboring properties—you probably don’t want a liquor store opening up next to your day-care center.

9. The building’s infrastructure.

Many older buildings don’t have the necessary infrastructure to support the high-tech needs of contemporary operations. Make sure the building has adequate electrical, air conditioning, and telecommunications service to meet your present and future needs. It’s a good idea to hire an independent engineer to check this out for you so you’re sure to have an objective evaluation.

10. Utilities and other costs.

Rent composes the major portion of your ongoing facilities expense, but consider extras such as utilities—they’re included in some leases but not in others. If they’re not included, ask the utility company for a summary of the previous year’s usage and billing for the site. Also find out what kind of security deposits the various utility providers require so you can develop an accurate move-in budget; however, you may not need a deposit if you have an established payment record with the company.

 

If you have to provide your own janitorial service, what will it cost? What are insurance rates for the area? Do you have to pay extra for parking? Consider all your location-related expenses, and factor them into your decision.

Source link: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/244866

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Technologies that will forever change global trade

 

Originally published on 06 Jun 2018 by Ziyang Fan

Project Head, Digital Trade and Data Flows, World Economic Forum LLC

Cristian Rodriguez Chiffelle

Head of Policy, International Trade and Investment, Global Leadership Fellow, World Economic Forum Geneva

This article is part of the Industry Strategy Meeting

International trade has dominated the global headlines recently. Much of the discussions have been focused on the threat of a trade war, the tit-for-tat tariffs, and the health of the global trade order. While extremely important, these conversations are missing a brighter side of international trade – how innovative technologies in the Fourth Industrial Revolution are transforming trade by making the processes more inclusive and efficient.

Technological disruption isn’t new for the global trade system. The steam power revolution connected the world like never before. The invention of shipping containers laid the foundation for globalization. More recently, technologies such as Optical Character Recognition (OCR) to read container numbers, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and QR codes to identify and trace shipments, and basic digitization of trade documents have improved the reliability and efficiencies of the international trade.

At the same time, from trade agreements written before digital commerce, transactions that go accompanied with large amount of paper work, to trade financing that still depends on traditional banking methods, the global trade system has failed to take full advantage of cutting edge technologies that could make trade more efficient, more inclusive, and less costly.

The good news is that we may be on the brink of change. Different technologies in different parts of the technology adoption life cycle, when combined, could fundamentally change the way resources are allocated and international trade operates. Governments and businesses need to understand the current trends in order to stay ahead of the curve.

Here are the 5 technologies that will disrupt global trade:

1. Blockchain

Blockchain and blockchain-based distributed ledger technologies can have tremendous impact on the global trade supply chain. Trade organizations such as Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry have also launched an initiative to leverage blockchain technology to address global trade issues such as high costs and lack of transparency and security.

In addition to making movement of goods more efficient and reliable, blockchain-based solutions are disrupting the world of trade financing. For example, blockchain is being used to simplify the long and tedious process of obtaining a Letter of Credit (LoC), a payment mechanism used in international trade.

Deloitte has helped an Indian private sector bank redesign its LoC issuance by developing a blockchain solution (based on the Ethereum platform) that reduced the issuance time from 20-30 days to hours. In some other instances, companies such as Skuchain are by-passing the LoC altogether by providing real-time tracking of goods and inventory financing that de-risks transactions, and allows financiers to provide working capital relief to all supply chain partners at the lowest cost of capital in that chain.

 

2. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning can be used to optimize trade shipping routes, manage vessel and truck traffic at ports, and translate e-commerce search queries from one language into other languages and respond with translated inventory.

More than efficiencies gains and better consumer services, AI is also being used to make global trade sustainable. For example, Google launched Global Fishing Watch in 2016, which is a real-time tool using machine learning to combat illegal fishing by providing a global view of commercial fishing activities based on ship movements and satellite data. It can be used by governments and other organizations to identify suspicious behaviours and develop sustainable policies.

3. Trading services via digital platforms

It’s increasingly easier to trade services online – digital platforms like Upwork allow users to find service providers from all over the globe for a wide range of services, and can find anything from a web developer in Serbia, to an accountant in Pakistan, to a virtual assistant in the Philippines. Meanwhile, startups such as the international learning platform VIPKID pairs up American educators with Chinese children to teach English online. These digital platforms seamlessly connect the customers with service providers, in a way that wasn’t possible before when such professional services were mostly delivered in person.

 

4. 3D-printing

The jury is still out on the impact of 3D-printing on global trade. There are studies that predict that once high-speed 3D-printing is mass-adopted and cheap enough, global trade may decrease by as much as 25%, since 3D -printing requires less labor and reduce the needs for imports. Others argue that such views are too optimistic and don’t take into account the complexity and reality of mass manufacturing. Regardless of the positions, the impact of 3D-printing on global trade is real, especially as faster and cheaper methods of 3D-printing become available.

 

5. Mobile payments

From Apply Pay to Alipay to M-Pesa, mobile payments are transforming the way we live and connecting more people to market opportunities. According to the World Bank Global Inclusion Database, the number of people who gained access to bank accounts increased by 20% between 2011 and 2014, and mobile money accounts were a major drive for financial inclusion, especially in emerging economies.

For example, in Sub-Saharan Africa, 12% of adults (64 million adults) have mobile money accounts (compared to just 2% worldwide), and 45% of them only have a mobile money account. As the newly banked population becomes connected to mobile payments, it’ll be much easier for them to participate in global trade, either as consumers or businesses.

 

Uphill battle for new technologies

It must be noted that these technologies also pose difficult governance challenges, both domestic and cross-border. From lack of governance framework, to incompatible licensing and taxation requirements, to outdated trade agreements, we can’t simply assume that these technologies will automatically take root and bear fruits.

Public and private stakeholders must work closely together to establish the framework and foster the environment for these new technologies to unleash their positive potential while mitigating the potential harms. In particular, the stakeholders should adopt the multi-stakeholder and human-centered agile governance approach to allow room for experimentation, and to gather input from a diverse set of participants. In addition, in the absence of a global standard, regional governing bodies should take charge and lead the effort to harmonize the regional rules on issues such as data flows, licensing, and taxation.

Technological innovations offer an exciting future for international trade among today’s uncertainties, with the right governing approach, these innovations will usher in more inclusive and efficient trade growth in the years to come.

Source: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/06/from-blockchain-to-mobile-payments-these-technologies-will-disrupt-global-trade

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First City Monument Bank Limited is growing stronger

By Nurudeen Adeyemi

 

In 1977 Oloye Subomi Balogun established City Securities Limited and on 20 April 1982 he incorporated First City Monument Bank  Limited. as a private limited liability company, in which it was granted a banking licence on 11 August 1983 and became the first bank to be established in Nigeria without government or foreign support. On 15 July 2004, FCMB changed its status from a private limited liability company to a public limited liability company and was listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) by an introduction on 21 December 2004.

In November 2010, both FinBank and First City Monument Bank (FCMB) announced that FCMB has expressed interest in acquiring shareholding and become the strategic investor in FinBank, another Nigerian commercial bank that was undercapitalized and in February 2012, following regulatory approval, FCMB acquired 100% shareholding and began integration of Finbank in its existing operations.

In its financial results for the year ended December 31, 2018, FCMB Group grew its profits by 76% and its banking franchise continued to grow as reflected by a 19% rise in deposits and its customer base also grew by 20% to 4.8 million customers.

As FCMB has grown its customer base in 2018, likewise, other banks did and that simply means more Nigerians have more money.

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Dangote economics is shaping African Economy for better

Alhaji Aliko Dangote involvement in many industries all around the world. In 2017 Aliko Dangote partnered with China’s heavy-duty truck group Sinotruck to set up a $100 million plant to assemble trucks and cars in Nigeria for local use and export.

Dangote Sinotruk West Africa Limited is a joint venture, in which 65% owned by Dangote and 35% by Sinotruck and the company has the capacity to assemble and produce 15 –16 trucks per shift or 10,000 trucks annually. The company is established to assemble and produce a full range of commercial vehicles covering heavy duty truck, medium truck, light truck and other semi-trailers, etc. and it aims to meet an expected current demand of the segment of Automobiles required for logistics, construction, food and beverage industries in Nigeria to support the government’s efforts in boosting economic development across the country, also, to provide employment opportunities for Nigerians and improve local automobile industry.

The production base will not only serve the market demand in Nigeria but also can fulfil the requirements of neighbouring ECOWAS countries. If other businessmen emulate Dangote in the efforts to create jobs through manufacturing rather than importation of finished products signing the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) would benefit Nigeria a lot.

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Speak Like a Pro

Have you ever wondered what the biggest fear is for most people?
You’re probably thinking that it might be fearing heights, snakes, small spaces, deep water, loneliness, or even death. However, according to Toastmasters International for Public Speaking and Leadership Education, number one fear is Public Speaking. Exactly, public speaking comes on the top of the list of fears, even before death.
 

If not properly handled, public speaking fear can result into a serious phobia named Glossophobia or speech anxiety, which has symptoms similar to nausea, dry mouth, breathing difficulty, increased blood pressure, and feelings of distress or panic under some circumstances.

Whether you are a job seeker, a student, a lecturer, a manager, or other, there comes a time when you need to speak in front of strangers to present your idea in an impressive way that demonstrates knowledge, self-confidence, and uniqueness, which leads to reaching your goals and experiencing the joyful moments of success.

The first time you say something, it’s heard; the second time, it’s recognized; the third time, it’s learned, as per John Maxwell (author and speaker, who has written many books, primarily focusing on leadership).

As per Dale Carnegie, only the prepared speaker deserves to be confident.

The good news is that public speaking is a skill that can be acquired and developed. 

Below are most of the helpful public speaking tips I’ve learned from hands-on experience, researches by Washington and Harvard Universities, Dale Carnegie, John Maxwell, Brian Tracy, and other public speakers and leaders.

I personally tried them, and they helped me to successfully speak on important meetings, interviews, events, sessions, and have better social interactions. They work like magic if you’re giving a presentation. Try them, and simply speak like a Pro. 

Public Speaking Tips

  1. Prepare a rich, organized, and meaningful content.
  2. Use visuals during your presentation (e.g. posters, charts, PowerPoint presentation).
  3. Make sure your presentation have 3 main parts: Opening, body, and closing.
  4. Let your personality shine through: Be honest, unique, cheerful, open, and confident.
  5. Show passion and enthusiasm about what you present.
  6. Practice your presentation with colleagues, friends, or family, and get their feedbacks.
  7. Record your presentation for self-analysis: You can simply practice in front of the mirror, or shoot a video using a smartphone.
  8. Arrange the location before the presentation: Make it comfortable, clean, and neat.
  9. Smile.        
  10. Breathe.
  11. Focus on delivering your message, not on how you feel.
  12. Make eye contact with your audience.
  13. Consider a short icebreaker related to the topic of your presentation (e.g. question, short story, quote).
  14. Give a warm welcome, and remember to introduce yourself.
  15. Thank your audience for coming.
  16. Clarify your topic and objectives at the beginning.
  17. Provide your audience with the roadmap of your presentation at the beginning.
  18. Use a clear voice.
  19. Use intonation (different tones of your voice).
  20. Use hand gestures naturally.
  21. Maintain good posture of your body.
  22. Occasionally, move from one spot to another with a purpose (e.g. to get closer to your audience, or make a movement fitting with what you’re saying).
  23. Allow questions, and assign them a specific and limited time period.
  24. Listen attentively before responding to questions.
  25. Talk at a natural pace (not too fast, not too slow).
  26. Speak to the knowledge level of your audience.
  27. Talk to your audience and ask questions to keep them engaged.
  28. Encourage interactions between audience members.
  29. Involve your audience in small activities related to your presentation.
  30. Make your audience laugh from time to another.
  31. Create surprises and suspense.
  32. Give examples, tell stories, or share real-life experiences.
  33. Conclude with a strong ending.
  34. Summarize key points at the end.
  35. Thank your audience at the end.



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Web Development Business for Start-ups

Internet reaches a large audience and is employed to publish personal and skilled info with some participating user experience. Web development or setting up a website or bewitching web application and hosting it on the web has become easier through the employment of leading edge technology. The technology is utilised by the website developers as well because of the finish users for up the general web expertise. This trend may be seen clearly as additional of websites are being denoted on-line. The internet may be simply distinguished from different standard technologies such as TV and radio because the web provides an ample house to the user for personification with a vast scope for extending their power and reaching out to a sizeable amount of public audiences.

1.Connected World
The Internet may be seen as a group with a large selection with a frequent mixture of personal and skilled web spaces. The web was meant to be a platform for transmitting information to the plenty at the time of its birth. However, currently, it’s an area where the users connect around the world, interact, and communicate themselves through internet sites and web applications. These days even the companies run on-line with their online productivity overshadowing their universe productivity. The online has become an irreducible marketplace for folks to shop for and sell every kind of product and services.

2.Developing Another Web Application

Web development life cycle starts with the origination of a concept for having an online application that will the business process for the individual or the corporate. The ideas are revised and reevaluated before going any and determinant the scope and necessities of the online application. On specifying the business necessities the businesses move a step ahead in beginning with the particular web application development. Web development could be a specialised space of labour that involves an understanding of the online development technologies and every one different connected processes. Web developers don’t mechanically manufacture a fine web site on demand. They have to be communicated and created to know the precise expectations of the online application. On learning the options and functionalities of the internet application the web developers build an exact web application and deploy it online for the quicker business process.

3.The Programming Languages

The web development technology is in itself a group of technologies and programming languages that are accustomed to produce and run a computer virus. Custom web application development company to be learned by the website developers are hypertext mark-up language, XML, Flash, Perl, CSS et al. A computer language could be thanks to communicating to the computer by the user to the method the output in accordance with the required logic. web application development is way quite simply writing computer programs in specific programming languages and running the program to urge the required outputs.

4.Public usage of the web

Cutting-edge technology these days permits the tip used to develop a totally useful website and publish info online.
There are several content management systems like Joomla, Drupal, and WordPress that facilitate the users get a private and skilled website.
They manage it free from all the inner development hassles.
Though, the technical personnel are perpetually known as up to troubleshoot issues encountered by the users.

Talking of web applications there’s perpetually a mention of quick applications that improve the user expertise by the process the output fleetly and presenting it while not the requirement of refreshing the website. Such client-server web applications are known as Rich Internet Applications (RIA) and are engineered victimisation web development technologies love Adobe Flex, Microsoft Silver light, and mythical being with server-side scripting languages like ASP.NET, PHP, Ruby, and others.

All the made web applications are bewitching and supply an attractive interactivity to the users. A typical RIA could be a web-based application that runs on the consumer browser and synchronises information with the server info whereas functioning as standard desktop-based mostly software. thus the users get desktop-like options and functionalities from the online.

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Africasokoni is redefining online shopping in Africa

AFRICASOKONI is redefining online shopping in Africa

Africasokoni is a keyan online shopping company and fiercely Pan-African. They believe that Africa must do business with itself as well as with the world, but on its terms.

How is Africasokoni redefining online shopping in Africa ?

Africasokoni seeks to deliberately give agency and control back to the African, be he or she the buyer or the seller.

Here’s the thing:

Africasokoni know Africa because it is an African company. The challenges of condescending vendor support, or unreliable order fulfillment and delivery for buyers are ones they understand intimately, having been online shoppers in Africa.

For buyers, they seek to create a seamless, natural, and super easy online shopping experience that will ensure that what you order is what you get. Delivery will be on time and customer care will support the buyer all the way through the relatively short and easy shopping process.

For the vendors, they undertake to offer a new reality between marketplaces and sellers. We will relate with respect and professionalism.

Visit AFRICASOKONI today via https://www.africasokoni.co.ke/

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Here’s how to use Instagram influencers to get more sales if you have a local business

Originally published on LinkedIn by Gary Vaynerchuk on 18/02/2019

Here’s are the steps to use Instagram influencers to get more sales if you have a local business:

Step 1: Go open instagram.

Step 2: In the search bar at the top, search by location.

Step 3: Enter your city

Step 4: You’ll see all the “top” photos within a one mile radius of your town.

Step 5: Message users who posted the top photos, and say something like “I own a car dealership. I’d like to pay you to show up at my dealership this Saturday from 12 – 4, and tell your followers about it.”

Step 6: Ask them how much they charge, pay them, and see what happens.

Whether it “works” the first time or not, you’ll learn the game.

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ZEKOBOX: Your best digital marketing ousourcing plan in Nigeria

When you’re running a small business, time is a precious commodity, and marketing your brand can take up plenty of your time. You are probably therefore reading this article, because you have thought about outsourcing some of these marketing tasks! When you decide to outsource your digital/inbound marketing to an agency (and we at THINK MEDIA NG), you’ll gain many benefits buy buying our digital marketing service plan called ZEKOBOX,here are 10 advantages of outsourcing your digital marketing efforts(entrepreneur.com):

1. Your marketing won’t suffer as a result of staff problems or annual leave One of the keys to successful marketing is consistency. The problem, of course, is that marketers aren’t machines, they’re people and people need to take breaks. When staff are sick or on leave, or when a massive, all-hands-on-deck internal event throws everything else off track, marketing suffers. A great example of this is content production. You can’t suddenly stop blogging for a few weeks over the festive season. If you do, Google will notice and your organic rankings will take a hit as a result. Opting to use an agency means that you never have to worry about staff leave or gaps in delivery. To put it bluntly, that’s their problem.

2. You get the services of a team of experts Your employees have salaries, so instead of coming up with a payroll for one person, you will be paying a team of experts in digital marketing who will research, create and implement marketing strategies that work. Essentially, you are paying for results and way affordable than an employee.

3. You get outside insight on your business Working on your company day in, day out gives you the chance to understand your business more, but there is always something that is lagging. For instance, figuring out what brings your site visitors, and knowing what to optimize for your business to grow might be blurry to see. Hiring an outsourced marketing expert can give you a new perspective of how to approach your marketing today.

4. You are assured of a return on investment When you hire a digital marketing expert, you are sure your funds will be invested properly. Since the marketing specialist’s focus will be on leads, they will certainly spend time making sure you get the results you paid for, plus more. This helps you save time and money, while growing your business with experts.

5. You are attuned to the latest industry updates Since digital marketing experts spend most of their time learning new skills and improving on existing techniques and strategies, it’s fair to say they keep up with the ever changing and growing digital marketing arena. With industry connections like these, it’s easy to get help when a big and important change is about to take place in the industry at large.

6. You get to focus on the core of your business The outsourcing of digital marketing is mostly considered by companies who wish to keep the process independent from the core of the company. This helps them throw ideas around and develop better strategies that are not clouded by the company itself. With the right information and access, your digital marketing agency can plan, develop and execute on strategies that yield results. The key here is to trust the company you hire and making sure you receive reports and live status updates on projects.

7. You can count on ongoing optimization This is true, because, well, your digital marketing agency needs to constantly prove ROI by delivering on proposed end goals– or you might cancel your retainer! They’re genuinely interested in, and committed to, continually optimizing your strategy for best results. Outsourcing your marketing means there’s less risk of stagnation or neglect.

8. You get to do more with less Handling your digital marketing in-house might make it tough to use all the digital channels available to grow your business. You might need help with PPC campaigns, email lists, social media campaigns, but with one in-house employee- it’s practically impossible to create all this content. Outsourcing can let you use multiple marketing channels with ease. You can hire a graphic designer to update your website, a copywriter to handle your blog or email newsletter, and a social media expert to automate your platforms. With a variety of outsourcing services available, you can turn over single campaigns, specialized services, or even entire marketing functions to a capable third party.

9. You’re working with people who’ve been there, done that Digital marketers have experience and are experts in their field. Most digital agencies specialize in marketing for certain industries, types of clients, or specific locations, and have a resource section full of case studies to prove their expertise. What’s better than working with people who already know the best way to achieve results for your business?

10. You get access to the latest technology Marketing departments are often technology-deprived, or they have a mixed assortment of incompatible marketing technologies. While companies have access to over 4,000 marketing technologies available to them, how do they know which ones to pick? And it’s often the case that marketing organizations are at the bottom of the IT department’s priority list, so there might be a lack of support and guidance. A performance-based marketing agency that can provide you guidance as well as implementation service and support are extremely valuable.

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