Many marketers opt to work with an agency to manage some or all of their digital marketing initiatives. But unless they have established relationships, it’s sometimes difficult to know which agencies are reliable and are a good fit with other key stakeholders in the overall process. Our sister site, Digital Marketing Depot can help if you’re evaluating an agency, offering a completely updated version of Digital Advertising Agencies 2013: A Buyer’s Guide.
The report draws from primary and secondary research sources, including industry associations and publications, top-level executives at full-service and specialty agencies and independent consultants and RFP advisors
The report answers the following questions:
What trends are influencing the digital agency landscape?How can I determine if my company needs a digital agency?What type of agency is the best fit for my organization?What is the process for choosing a digital agency?What questions do I need to include in an RFI or an RFP?
Here’s a glimpse of the table of contents:
Section I: Digital Agency Capabilities and Services
Section II: Digital Agency Market Trends
Section III: Choosing a Digital Agency
Section IV: Conclusion
Section IV: Resources
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