Your free marketing plan will break down exactly how we plan to drive top-line growth for your business.
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This is a pretty common question we get. Some of the elements we like to consider when calculating what your ideal budget should be are:
– What your marketing goals are.
– Expected conversion volume.
– Average cost per conversion.
– Expected ROI.
Additionally, we use the bottom-top approach to estimate ad budget. For example, for paid ads, if you expect to have about 5 conversions/day and the average cost per conversion is $10, then your ad budget should be $50 per day.
First, we need to be clear on which of our services you need help with, what your marketing goals are, and how you’d like to engage us. Once these fundamentals are clearly defined, our team can create pricing options that meet your requirements.
As an efficient agency, we’ll begin targeting your low-hanging goals as soon as we get started. For instance, if we notice that your current ad campaign is burning money, we can begin fixing that immediately. Some other changes and tactics may take longer to reflect results. But overall, we always set the right expectations for our clients based on clearly set goals and expected performance.
It depends on how you plan to engage us – monthly retainers, one-time setups, one-time projects, or revenue sharing partnership. Each option has a different contract length that will be clearly spelt out in a free marketing plan which you can request for.
Yes, we follow a standard reporting schedule (based on the chosen engagement option). Our reports are a professionally written snapshot of all the key insights/data of our work over the period of time being reported.
This will be determined by your marketing goals and the service(s) you need help with. Typically, if your goals are bigger than average, our team may devote more time and efforts towards it. However, we don’t usually do hourly billings. We normally charge a monthly retainer, a flat fee, or revenue sharing.
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