A new way of agencying Introducing your modular marketing agency.
If you don’t have the budget for a full in-house marketing team? Or are struggling to find the right hires… This is exactly what you need. We’re all adults so I’ll cut straight to the chase, the 10 second pitch is quite simple.
You probably have a good strategic marketing plan in place?
- We’re proposing to come alongside you, understand your strategy. Then select 1 or several expert team members to implement your plan. You can swap out these experts month by month or quarter by quarter depending on your strategic plan.
If you’d like an agency that can action your plan rather than try to take over, book a call.
Fully resource your marketing plan
Does Modular Marketing Work?
Here is a story from little ol’ New Zealand.
The mission was to start earning revenue directly for our department from selling online courses. We believed this would lead to more qualified leads, and effectively subsidise our advertising costs.
The agency search was painful. I created a matrix in excel and created a list of 12 agencies, grading them on a variety of criteria. Eventually I met with 3, and chose to work with Dean from owendenny plus several of his staff depending on our needs.
The results were financially fantastic, but what I enjoyed was how it supercharged my internal energy. We finally got on top of work and were launching campaigns rapidly. We scaled our PPC budget, launched into new channels, and tested a huge number of campaigns.
‘business as usual’ with strategic marketing plays?
You probably have skilled team members, a solid marketing plan, and some fantastic internal resources. After all, no one is successful by accident. We don’t exist to reinvent your winning strategy, or shove a one size fits all approach down your throat.
We want to give you the power to run the marketing department of your dreams. Get exactly what you need, for precisely how long you need it, to achieve your goals.
Some marketing managers love to move all their BAU (business as usual campaigns) to our agency, leaving their in-house team to test crazy new ideas, or launch new products.
Others love having their marketing coordinators run the BAU, while they collaborate with experts to launch new campaigns or channels.
Most of our clients work with us quarter by quarter swapping between modules depending on their plan and priorities.
Do you have any good ideas that have got kicked from quarter to quarter without being launched because you are under-resourced?
Who benefits most from the Modular Marketing Agency?
Do you have a skilled marketing strategist doing grunt work?