Budgeting season doesn’t have to be scary! AgencySparks spoke with Paige Farrow, the Senior Director of Marketing at Char-Broil, about the challenges or “fears” marketers face when planning a marketing budget and how marketers can best prepare for marketing costs and spending.Read More
Most of the time, companies view the Request for Proposal (RFP) as the only option for seeking help with a marketing project, program, or initiative. RFPs are not the only solution and can often be a waste of time, money, resources, and effort for both clients and agencies.
Clients want solutions to problems but, more often than not, the RFP does not provide answers to the difficult problems the client faces. Consider the multiple alternatives to the RFP Process before jumping in…Read More
When clients have marketing challenges, they often look to an agency for help. Often the best way to determine if a marketing agency is qualified to deliver quality work on time and within budget and scope is through a Request for Proposal (RFP).
Here are the Do’s and Dont’s to making a RFP successful…Read More
If a brand is considering hiring a marketing agency, it is important to set aside appropriate budget. Depending on the scope of needs, some financial plans are more necessary than others but, ultimately, it is up to the client and agency to decide how they will price fees during their agency-client partnership. Read more about the pros and cons of different compensation models in the agency-client relationship.Read More
A relationship between a marketing brand and marketing agency is similar to that of a romantic partnership. But, sometimes they don't last.
It may be because they are not the right fit for each other. Or perhaps it is a minor detail that could easily be resolved. Continue reading to find why brand marketers choose to discontinue their relationship with their agency partners. And what steps they should take to avoid the breakup...Read More