A fully flexible marketing resource, charge by the hour, to reinforce your team.
Ideal for Small Businesses
Having a full-time marketing person in-house or a retained marketing service with an agency isn’t always possible, budgets can’t be justified or you are still early in the startup phase.
One option is to do it yourself, but your time is valuable and could it be used more productively elsewhere in your business?
That’s where we step in.
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There is no point in spending 100’s of pounds on PPC management if you only have a budget of a few hundred pounds to spend on your ad budget.
We can help you get the most out of your budget and we can do it within an hourly rate.
It is difficult to keep on top of training, we can deliver bite-sized focused marketing training to your team.
This enables them to get the most out of any time spent on marketing and even personal brand, ideal for sales teams.
You’ve had a website built by a specialist web development agency, but now you have to manage it, keep it updated, maintain security. They showed you how to do it, but you don’t have time to keep on top of it.
We can do this for you, make sure blogs are added, plugins and pages are updated, backups are taken and maintain security.
It doesn’t need to be a monthly retained service, it only needs to be enough time to keep it updated.
If you have social accounts in your company name but are not using them on a regular basis, it makes your digital presence look dead or dying.
A dead digital presence can have a negative impact on your real-world reputation.
Maintain a presence with a limited amount of time a month.
If you are spending money on marketing and don’t know where it is going, anything from paid ads to tools. One of the best ways to make your marketing budget go further is to carry out a marketing tools and services audit.
We can do that for you.
Past audits have shown up overspends of £20,000 a year across all activities.
What could you do with an extra £20,000?