Benefits of Outsourcing Your Marketing Strategies

Benefits of Outsourcing Your Marketing Strategies Avatar Posted by ivanpw under Marketing
From http://www.noobpreneur.com 636 days ago
Made Hot by: problogger78 on January 22, 2013 7:03 pm
Most businesses have traditionally kept their marketing activities in-house. That is slowly changing as they acclimate to an international workforce.

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Written by tiroberts
636 days ago

There's so much time that can be freed up from outsourcing some of your marketing activities. I plan to fully implement a complete outsourcing strategy for many of the other marketing and traffic generation strategies that are still effective but aren't leveraged enough for me to spend my own personal time on them.

It's important to prioritize where your time is best spent and outsource other techniques to get the most effective results.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this topic. Glad to have found your post on bizsugar.com.

Ti



Written by ivanpw
636 days ago

Ti,

That's great to hear! I'm also planning to outsource more of the repetitive work I am doing - it's kinda boring and kill my creativity, really...



Written by Adam_Gottlieb
636 days ago

Good post... Small business owners should just keep in mind that they really need to research any person or company before hiring them to help with marketing. As much effort as you would make to hire a permanent employee, that's the amount of effort needed here. A company's online reputation can easily be broken by a stupid mistake made by a so-called "professional" marketer.



Written by ivanpw
636 days ago

Adam,

I understand what you mean, and I learned it the hard way... let's just say that my sites (and I) receive a reputation as spammers - "thanks" to the "marketing activities" done by the "professional" marketer I hire.

Ouch.



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