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Finding Clients: Where, How, When

Posted on June 20th, 2017 by Chris

To answer your question: wherever you can. Thank you, good night and try the veal. In all seriousness, the question of how and where to find leads and prospective clients for your agency is an extremely broad one. It’s inconvenient, but no matter what anyone tells you: There Is No One-Size-Fits-All Solution There are many […]

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If you want to add value to your agency, get creative (or just follow our guide).

How To Stand Out And Add Value To Your Agency

Posted on June 19th, 2017 by Steffen

What Does ‘Value’ Mean? val·ue ˈvalyo͞o/ Noun 1. the regard that something is held to deserve; the importance, worth, or usefulness of something. The concept of value goes beyond the monetary worth of something. This is especially true in the service industry. Yet, the monetary value your agency generates is closely tied to its perceived […]

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Your agency's about page should generate leads.

Turning Your Agency’s About Page Into Lead Gen Gold

Posted on June 18th, 2017 by Chris

Lead Generation Is A Never Ending Process There is a single question on the mind of every agency executive: “How do I find new clients?” For an agency to survive it must focus on lead generation at all times. If not, work runs out and agencies perish. The key to lead generation isn’t questioning how […]

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Workpapers Weekly, Vol. 1

Posted on June 16th, 2017 by Arlton Lowry

With the launch of Workpapers website comes the launch of our weekly roundup. It’s a compilation of interesting things the team at Few has discovered across the interwebs. It’s short, it’s sweet, it’s funky, it’s fresh. Because you have other things on your plate, like making slick documents. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have […]

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To keep pricing competitive as an agency, you have to come up with a plan.

How To Keep Your Pricing Competitive As An Agency

Posted on June 15th, 2017 by Elizabeth

Anyone running an agency has hit their head on the issue of pricing. There are many deciding factors involved in the Who, What, Why’s of pricing and it can be difficult to get a grip on it. To make sure you keep your head above water, we’ve compiled the guidelines you need to put a […]

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Our quick guide to contracts for freelancers and agencies.

Contracts 101: What Freelancers And Agencies Need To Know And Why

Posted on June 14th, 2017 by Chris

Contracts are the pillar of business, especially in the freelancing world. They protect the freelancer in case things go sour with the client and vice versa. It also prevents misunderstandings. When two parties create, read, and sign a contract, they’re aware of each other’s expectations and needs. Are you thinking about putting together a contract? […]

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Maintaining efficiency in your client pipeline is key to an agency's success.

In The Pipeline: How To Keep Your Client Pipeline Running Efficiently

Posted on June 13th, 2017 by Elizabeth

The Well-Oiled Machine Behind The Curtain The behind-the-scenes mechanics of any marketing agency consists of managing many different components. You’ve got upper management, the employees, the clients, and all processes they share. The more clients and contracts you gain, the more complicated this process can become. Yet, more business means more revenue. The key to […]

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Pinterest SEO is extremely important to success of your pins.

Tackling Pinterest with an SEO Mindset as an Agency

Posted on June 12th, 2017 by Chris

A Market of 150 Million Users Pinterest is the little Social Media Platform that could. When it was founded 7 years ago, it seemed unlikely that the community website would gain much traction. Yet, today the site boasts an impressive 150 million active monthly user base. Only now are we seeing marketers taking full advantage […]

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Micro content is the name of Vaynerchuk's game.

How Gary Vaynerchuk Abuses Micro Content to Drive His Agency Forward

Posted on June 11th, 2017 by Chris

The Micro Content Revolution is Here What is micro content in the first place? It’s a fairly straightforward concept, but its implications are massive. What truly defines micro content is that it’s small and easy to digest, with powerful macro-level impact. Micro content can be identified by 3 characteristics: low cost, short lifespan, and fast […]

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Repurpose old content, save time and get your best work scene.

How To Repurpose Old Content For Guest Posts On Partnered Sites

Posted on June 8th, 2017 by Steffen

A Quality Article Is Timeless It should come as no surprise that high-quality content benefits everyone. In the online deluge of quick and easy, a well researched and well-written article can help a website, a writer, and a brand, stand out in a single post. Content like this requires a lot of work and, most […]

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