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Can you afford to hire a marketing consultant?

Posted by Loree O'Sullivan

Marketing is crucial for the success of any business. If you are like most businesses, caring for your customers and clients remains on the top of your to-do list. Likely, this leaves you with little time to create and employ a comprehensive and effective marketing plan. Moreover, it’s even less likely that you have the time to hire and train an in-house media relations employee. Even if you did, do you have the knowledge and the know how to make the necessary decisions on how the marketing budget is spent?  

With that said, let’s get to the real question. Can you afford NOT to hire a marketing consultant? Internet marketing is so much more than putting up a website. To put it frank, almost anyone with a computer and internet connection can create a website. To go beyond just another page in internet space that takes time and skill.

In other words, it involves keyword research, social media ad campaigns and postings, and so much more. In addition, there is a lot of planning and managing that goes into a successful marketing campaign. Hiring an internet marketing consultant also benefits your business by providing you with the required experience and expertise for things such as launching a new product, rebranding your business, as well as identifying areas of opportunity and change.

Furthermore, hiring an outside company is more cost effective. Let’s face it; hiring an in house media relations employee requires having to spend money on their benefits. On the other hand, if you hire an outside company you only have to pay them for the hours you need them or a flat fee. 

Some of the largest benefits of hiring a marketing consultant consist of how they can effectively identify your target market in addition to creating a strategy aimed at engaging and converting your target market. This is achieved largely by keyword research, landing pages, SEO optimization, content creation strategies, pay-per-click campaigns, in addition to the creation and planning of a SEO keyword mapping strategy.

Keep in mind; you get what you pay for. In general, marketing consultants are not cheap. The top consultants use the latest technology and strategies in the marketing field. They have a successful track record and know how to plan with you to create the most effective marketing program for your business. 

 

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