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What to Ask in your Chat with a Strategist
In this episode, we’re doing things a little differently. It’s common in the industry for businesses to feel like they could be ripped off by their SEO agency. We’re combating the things to look out for and offering suggestions on how to be sure you’re asking all the right questions.
We hear a lot of horror stories from businesses about their experiences with other agencies. False promises, straight-up lies and stereotypes that are all-too-true are common.
“This is your business; it’s your livelihood. Why would you risk it?” – Anthony Engelman
Meet Anthony & Russ
Joining us today are Anthony Engleman and Russ Macumber, both a part of the digital strategy team. Their role is to talk to prospective clients to see if they’re a good fit for our business, and we’re a good fit for theirs.
These guys have first-hand knowledge in the problems businesses face, so they’re talking about the questions you might want to ask a digital agency before you sign on the dotted line.
In this episode, you can expect:
- Role plays from our Impressive acting extraordinaire team – (2:00)
- Things to look out for from certain sales calls – (4:11)
- A talk-through of questions you should ask digital agencies – (6:37)
- The difference between using an agency and outsourcing – (10:45)
- Why you should be across relevant reporting – (17:44)
- The questions you don’t need to ask – with alternatives – (19:24)
“A better question is, how much money are you going to make me?” – Russ Macumber
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If you found this useful and are feeling more confident in your search for a digital agency, please do leave us a 5-star review. If you’re really inspired, speak directly to Anthony or Russ by contacting them. They can talk you through the best strategy for your business (without the BS!). We can’t promise there won’t be any questionable analogies, but there’ll be straight-talking, honest advice.
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