I don’t have many clients,
Some digital marketing consultants treat clients like football swap cards, gotta get ’em all! It’s certainly one way to fill the coffers, but I don’t do that.
At any one time, I have very few clients. Call me old-fashioned, but it’s the only way I’ve found to devote the quality time necessary to provide my clients with the best digital marketing service possible.
You won’t believe how much productivity rockets when you spend more time working on fewer campaigns, but I think you’ll love the results.
I don’t do contracts
Everyone in the digital marketing world knows that the golden rule is to tie-in clients for as long as possible. Get them to sign on the dotted line for a year or two so that the money keeps rolling in regardless of results.
While you’re a client of mine, I will work my socks off for you to get the results you want. You can bet your smarties on that. But if I fall short in any way, you’re welcome to leave at any time. No penalty fees, no tantrums, just a polite parting 🙂
Everyone and his friend want’s their company to be at the top of Google, and have millions of followers on Instagram, and they want it NOW.
I can’t do that, sorry!
Digital marketing is a long-term strategy to increase web visitors, and engaging followers on social media, you know, the ones that actually buy from you, not those fake followers many of your competitors have.
There’s companies out there who say they can do your SEO or Social Media for £100 a month or less. I’ve not idea what they are doing for this. Either they are paying their staff peanuts or they aren’t spending much time on your campaign.
I don’t have a one-size fits all approach either, I look at factors such as your industry competitiveness and how your company is currently performing. I will then make a no-obligation pitch for you to work with me based on what I would like to do for a strategy and what it will cost to implement, and manage it on an on-going basis.
If you are still considering working with me, here’s a few things I bring to the table.