How to Spot a Good Digital Marketing Agency for Immigration?

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Andrew Chao Daongam on 05 Apr 2021

In a competitive market, an effective digital marketing strategy is vital for a business’s success. This is especially true in the current climate and with the COVID-19 pandemic where more people are online than ever before.

Therefore, it's easy to see why you would want to use a digital marketing agency for your immigration firm to improve your marketing and your revenue. The problem is, there are so many out there, some good and some, let's say, not so good.

Spotting a Good Digital marketing Agency

So, how do you go about spotting a good digital marketing agency? Here are 5 elements that you could look at to help you determine a good one for your immigration business.

1. They have a reputable methodology that they follow

The first thing you should probably look at is whether the agency uses a reputable and proven digital marketing methodology. This is simply because there are so many digital marketing agencies and not all of them use the same methodology.

And like digital marketing agencies, not all methodologies are equal. So, in your research, find out what methodology the specific agency uses and then do your research on that methodology to see if it's a good fit for your marketing goals and requirements.    

2. They are a certified partner

People often ask, “How do you start a digital marketing agency?”. Well, it's quite simple and anyone can do it from their home. However, if you want the best quality, it's always better to look for a digital marketing agency that has a certification with one of the well-known digital marketing solution providers. This can, for example, include certifications from HubSpot, Facebook, or Google. These certifications ensure that the digital marketing agency is well versed in digital marketing and digital marketing strategy.            

3. They have done work within your industry

Everyone must start somewhere, but if you want the best advice and the best possible marketing strategy, it's always better to consider a marketing agency that has extensive experience. Even more important is that the marketing agency has experience in your industry. 

This simply means that there’ll be a lot less learning that they'll have to do and that they already have a good idea of which strategies work and which don't in your specific industry. Therefore, ask the agency about their prior experience, what projects they've worked on, what challenges they faced, and how they solved those challenges.

4. Their prices are "expensive"

You know the saying, “Cheaper isn't always better”. While it might sound tempting to go with the cheapest marketing agency, especially for businesses that want to limit their spending, it's not always the best choice.   

Although you might be paying less, you often have to make significant trade-offs when using the cheapest agency. You should look at what the agency offers compared to the price you're paying and determine what value you receive. In simple terms, the agency's value proposition is far more important than the price they’re charging.      

5. You feel fully comfortable with the business and its people

This is one of the most vital considerations and yet, it's also one of the considerations that is most often overlooked. You can think of the agency as your partner in your business’s digital marketing efforts. And like any partner, there should be a good fit and alignment of your values and principles.

If there isn't, and you don't like who you’re communicating with, it's a recipe for disaster. This means, ultimately, that you must look for an agency who not only has a good product offering, but also one which you feel comfortable working with.

Final Thoughts

Digital marketing is essential for any business, but it can be tricky to get right. So, it’s always worth your while to hire a digital marketing agency. Hopefully, this post showed you what to lookout for when you're looking to hire a digital marketing agency.  

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Topics: Marketing Fundamentals

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