Are you a marketing manager or social media manager looking to start a marketing agency? If so, you understand the level of opportunity that exists in expanding the level of engagement with your existing client base. When you develop relationships with your clients they want help with everything. The problem is that you can't do everything well yourself. That is why starting a marketing agency could be a great option for you.
Today on the podcast, I'm speaking to my TikTok Bestie and Founder at Clickx, Solomon Thimothy, about all things marketing. Clickx is a marketing intelligence platform for brands and marketers to plan, execute and measure all their online marketing campaigns. It is essentially a white-label platform that will help you create a marketing agency out of thin air!
We talk about:
The biggest mistakes that marketers make when trying to build their marketing agency
The #1 thing to consider when scaling a marketing agency (or any business for that matter)
How to find your niche to hypercharge growth
and so much more.
My biggest takeaway from our conversation with the importance of having solid, built-in systems in your business as you grow and scale. Regardless if you're building a marketing agency, a SaaS company, or a fashion brand. Systems will set your business free and allow you to be the leader and CEO your startup needs to skyrocket.
If you are not quite sure where to start in scaling your business, I have a FREE resource for you. Click here to gain access to my FREE training, The Scaleable Marketing Machine. In it, I teach the foundational marketing framework that will enable your marketing to perform like clockwork.
Take a listen!👇🏻
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Victoria is a Marketing Mentor to early-stage founders. She has built compelling brands around the globe and has worked as a marketing director across several verticals. She is passionate about helping women think BIGGER about their businesses and giving them the tools to grow. She'd love to connect on LinkedIn or email her at email@example.com.