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Written by Steve Dang on May 27 , 2020

In SaaS, goals and plans often change fast — you need a marketing agency that can keep up.

Here, you’ll find:

  • How marketing agencies can benefit SaaS brands
  • What questions to ask potential agencies
  • How to prepare before you start searching
  • What red flags to look out for

Whether you’re building your company from the ground up or are slated for a near-future IPO, there are tons of benefits for SaaS brands looking to partner with a digital marketing agency. After all, a strong marketing strategy is key to properly targeting your audience and expanding your reach.

Working with an agency is one way to focus on growing your business while knowing your initiatives are in good hands. But how can you determine which SaaS marketing agency is right for you? Let’s find out.

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Once you’ve decided to look into partnering with an agency, there are steps to take before you start scheduling consultations. (Image via Rawpixel)

Know when it’s time to partner with an agency

Whether you’ve been operating your marketing program in-house or were working with a consultant, there are some signs that’ll tell you it might be time to partner with an agency. SaaS companies are fast-growing by nature. If you’re looking to scale your business, working with an experienced agency just makes sense.

With an agency, you get the perks of having multiple people with years of experience working on your marketing efforts without having to put together a full-time team yourself, which can end up costing a lot of money and time. For SaaS companies in search of top marketing talent, agencies can serve as a one-stop shop for PPC, SEO, and everything in between.

Clearly define your marketing goals

Once you’ve decided to explore a partnership, there are steps to take before you start scheduling consultations. Namely, you need to have your digital marketing goals clearly defined. Knowing your company’s roadmap is also helpful during this process, but the nature of SaaS is that roadmaps can change quickly — and often. A good SaaS marketing agency will understand that.

Whether you want to focus on one aspect of digital marketing (like PPC) or experiment with a few, you’ll likely find the most success through partnering with a well-rounded agency.

That’s because agencies with multiple specialties will be able to offer you suggestions for new programs or campaign approaches that have worked well for them in the past, versus simply sticking to one SaaS marketing vertical.

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Lead scoring is crucial for a strong SaaS marketing strategy, so make sure the agency you work with is doing it. (Image via Rawpixel)

Look for a SaaS marketing agency with experience

This may seem obvious, but it can’t be overstated how beneficial (and time-saving) it’ll be to find an agency with experience in your industry. Digital marketing strategies aren’t one size fits all. 

When you find an agency with SaaS experience, there’s a good chance they already have insight into things like:

Pro tip: Lead scoring is crucial for a strong SaaS marketing strategy. Ideally, you want the agency you work with to do end-to-end attribution, which means optimizing for business outcomes (and signed deals and contracts) rather than just leads.

Ask them how they’d optimize your program

During your searching and vetting process, you may encounter SaaS marketing agencies that boast incredibly impressive results and make big promises. While they should be able to show you past successes, make sure that they don’t just talk the talk, but walk the walk as well.

One effective way to discern which agencies can actually deliver on their projections is by getting them to check out your program (if you already have one in place). Ask them what they recommend doing differently to achieve better results. Even a mini-analysis should give you helpful insight into their process, how they communicate, and whether or not they truly know their stuff.

Pro tip: The agency you choose should have a deep understanding of the SaaS sales process, which often means longer sales cycles and more emphasis on demos

Look out for any red flags

Under-delivering isn’t the only red flag you should be on the lookout for. While different agencies operate in different ways and work with the resources they have, you want to feel like you’re in good hands. 

Knowing you’ll be working with an experienced account manager instead of a more junior-level specialist is a great start. Having more than one person working on your account is also beneficial. This means you get the benefit of more combined skills, and leaves you less vulnerable to issues or hiccups if someone goes on leave or exits the company.

Low cost with a high promised return can be another red flag. In digital marketing, as in most aspects of business, you generally get what you pay for. If a firm offers a surprisingly low cost, that may mean they’re outsourcing your account to more low-level analysts who rely too much on automation and not enough on a personalized approach.

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Even if an agency checks all the boxes, if something feels off to you, don’t ignore it. (Image via Rawpixel)

Follow your instincts

There’s only so much vetting you can do before choosing a SaaS marketing agency, and no crystal ball can predict if your partnership will work out. Along with all of the tips outlined above, it’s most important to go with your gut.

Pay attention to how these potential agencies communicate with you: Do they seem to have positive attitudes? Are they transparent and clear? Do they seem organized and in the loop when it comes to SaaS marketing trends?

Even if an agency checks all the boxes, if something feels off to you, don’t ignore it, or you may be kicking yourself months down the road.

Pro tip: Don’t fall for a company that touts itself based solely on a few top-tier clients or how long they’ve been in business. While these can be signs of a good agency, you still want to see if they’re a good fit by doing your homework and asking for actionable insights into your current program.

The takeaway

Working with a marketing agency that’s experienced in the SaaS space means less time spent onboarding and familiarizing, and more time pinpointing exactly what changes need to be made to improve your program.

By knowing what to look for in a potential agency, you can partner with a team of knowledgeable experts that can transform your digital marketing and help you stand out from the competition.

Wondering how HawkSEM has achieved success for SaaS brands? Let’s talk.

Steve Dang

Steve Dang

    Steve Dang is Director of Digital Marketing & Strategy at HawkSEM. He's got more than 10 years of experience leading digital teams and revenue growth, working with clients in SaaS, FinTech, E-commerce, higher education, financial services, and more. In his spare time, Steve enjoys long runs, long swims, and long books.

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    Written by Sam Yadegar on May 6 , 2020

    As with any partnership, finding the right SEM agency for your brand takes patience and preparation.

    Here, you’ll find:

    • Key questions to ask potential agencies
    • How to determine which one is right for your business
    • Ways to align expectations and communication
    • Red flags to look out for during the process

    Whether you’re just starting out with search engine marketing (SEM) or have a successful program that’s just too much to manage on your own, partnering with an agency can be a great solution. But that doesn’t mean the process is simple.

    As a marketer, you know how important search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, and similar marketing tactics are, and doing these things properly can mean huge growth for your business. But SEM is a specific niche within digital marketing, and bringing in experts who know their stuff is key to achieving the growth you desire. 

    So, how do you know what to look for in an SEM agency? Let’s break it down.

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    Create a shortlist of agencies that seem to align with your goals and have experience in your particular industry. (Image via Unsplash)

    1. Clearly define your goals

    The first thing you need to do is create some clear, actionable goals you’d like to reach. When you begin working with an agency, they’ll want to get a clear picture of what you’d like to achieve through SEM. Having this information ready to go from the start will ensure you’re prepared, on the same page, and can hit the ground running.

    After all, if you don’t thoroughly understand your own business’s goals, then you might not be able to get the most out of the relationship you want to form with the agency. 

    Think about your current SEM strategies, and ask yourself or your team questions such as:

    • What parts have been successful, and what parts haven’t been working so well?
    • Do you want to improve your ability to drive organic traffic from qualified keywords on search engines like Google? 
    • Do you want to increase your return on investment from online marketing as a whole or just PPC ads? 
    • Would you like to improve your ROI while increasing certain metrics or KPIs by a certain percentage?

    These goals can be improved by making them even more specific. 

    2. Do your research

    It’s not enough to just pick the first SEM agency that comes up in a Google search. Instead, create a shortlist of agencies that seem to align with your goals and have experience in your particular industry. 

    From there, you can dive deeply into any information you can find out about the company. Check out their website, read reviews and customer testimonials, look at examples from their portfolio, and see if they offer any references you can contact. Being able to chat with past clients can offer insight into the way the agency functions and what you can expect when working with them. 

    Other things to look for include how many years of experience they have, case studies, and sample reports. If any bad reviews exist online, did the review receive a response? No agency is perfect, but they should be able to use less-than-perfect customer experiences as a learning tool. 

    In this research, you should also be able to find out if they’ve worked with companies in your industry before. This is key, because if they have, then they’ll already have a bit of background and knowledge of what worked best for other businesses in your field. 

    Successful SEM and PPC advertising strategies can differ widely between industries, so it’s a bonus if an agency has a lot of experience with companies similar to yours. The learning curve will be shorter and you’ll be able to see results quickly when you work with people who already know a lot about your industry. 

    3. See how well you “click”

    You want to form a long-lasting, productive relationship with the SEM agency you choose. That’s why it’s important that you feel a connection right from the start. Take time to interview each of the agencies on your shortlist. Ask questions about their process, learn about the team you’d be working with, and see if their values and mentality match with yours.  

    This is also a great time to look for transparency. If you feel like they’re withholding any information or shying away from certain questions or topics, this might be a red flag that they may not be completely upfront or honest. 

    Regardless of how they answer your questions, if something doesn’t feel right, go with your gut. The agency should be happy to tell you about their process, totally clear about pricing, and eager to point you to references who can give you even more insight. 

    Remember: Search engine marketing is an ongoing process. You’re looking for an agency that you trust from the first time you interact with them. You’ll likely be working together for a long time, and you want to feel comfortable handing over your account or platform information. 

    Does it seem like they’re communicative, friendly, and willing to listen to your input? You can also ask how often they plan to conduct meetings, phone calls or check-ins, and how open they are to revising strategies that don’t seem to be working well. 

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    The more information you can get from the agency, the more sure you can be of your final decision. (Image via Rawpixel)

    4. Discuss deliverables

    Another important question: How will the agency show you that their efforts are paying off? Lots of the metrics they’ll be dealing with are easy to track and measure, so find out how often they’ll be providing you with reports and what these reports will include. 

    You can ask for the prospective agency to provide a sample report. You can also ask questions like:

    • How does your agency measure things like brand awareness? 
    • How does your agency weigh traffic coming from different sources? 
    • What attribution models does your agency use?
    • Does your agency use different attribution models in different circumstances? 
    • How do you measure ROI?

    Communication and regular reporting are important for establishing a strong two-way relationship, so don’t be afraid to ask direct questions and expect direct answers.

    5. Break down the specifics

    By now, you’ve probably got a pretty good idea of which agency you’d like to work with, but there are few things to hash out before you make a final decision. For one, be sure that the agency’s services are within your budget. 

    Successful SEM isn’t a one-off “set it and forget it” project. Ask how they handle ongoing maintenance of your strategies. Will you be working with an account manager or communicating with an entire team? Ask how many employees they have and where they’re based. How much experience do the team members who will be handling your project have? The more information you can get from the agency, the more sure you can be of your final decision.

    The takeaway

    Hiring an SEM agency can help you take your digital marketing strategy to the next level, and choosing the right agency can make all the difference. 

    By following these steps, you can feel confident that you’ve got the tools you need to make the right choice.

    Looking for an SEM agency that checks all these boxes and more? You’ve come to the right place.

    Sam Yadegar

    Sam Yadegar

    Sam Yadegar is the co-founder and CEO of HawkSEM. Starting out as a software engineer, his penchant for solving problems quickly led him to the digital marketing world, where he has been helping clients for over 12 years. He loves doing everything he can to help brands "crush it" through ROI-driven digital marketing programs. He's also a fan of basketball and spending time with his family.

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    Written by Caroline Cox on Mar 11 , 2020

    Having problems with your marketing agency? Here’s how to get back on track.

    Here, you’ll find:

    • How to approach discussions about marketing agency problems
    • How to best revisit your strategies
    • Tips for aligning expectations
    • Why communication is key

    Whether you’ve felt overwhelmed with marketing tasks, had underperforming campaigns, or repeatedly blew your ad budget without seeing the ROI you wanted, there are plenty of great reasons to partner with a marketing agency. It can be just the key you need to succeed… if you do it right. 

    But what happens if, after several months, you feel out of touch when it comes to exactly what’s going on with your digital marketing program? If your agency is hard to get in touch with or isn’t sharing any performance results, it may be time to realign the relationship. 

    Don’t feel like you need to terminate the partnership because you’re not hearing much from them — sometimes no news is good news. You do, however, want to feel confident and in the loop. After all, it’s your program and your money! Below, we break down how to get back on track.

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    The agency discussion should involve revisiting the goals and expectations you set at the beginning of your relationship. (Image via Unsplash)

    Revisit goals and expectations

    It’s time to go back to basics. Schedule time to realign — first with your internal team (if you have one), and then with your agency. Your internal discussion will help ensure everyone has all the facts and is on the same page. This is where you could find out that someone has a report you don’t have access to, for example.

    The agency discussion should involve revisiting goals and expectations set at the beginning of your relationship. This is an opportunity to get answers to questions include:

    • How are your marketing efforts tracking towards the set goals?
    • What is currently live or in motion?
    • Do goals need to be reconfigured?
    • How does the current status line up with projections or expectations you had or that the agency promised?

    Before we get ahead of ourselves, it’s worth noting that there may not be much data to share if your partnership is only a few months old. In particular, if you hired an SEO agency, it may take time to see significant results. (The team should, however, be able to show you the initiatives and plans they have in play.)

    Ask for the search terms report

    The search terms report shows how well your ads perform when triggered by actual searches within Google’s Search Network. Basically, it tells you how the chosen keywords for your paid search ads are performing.

    “I’ve had many new clients think they’re running campaigns with relevant terms, but in reality the entire account is broad match, and they’re matching to low quality traffic,” says Frank Gasparetti, an account manager at HawkSEM. 

    While broad match keywords may work for some accounts, your agency should know they don’t work for all. For example, the broad match keyword “women scarves” triggers many different search queries that aren’t 100% relevant. A small scarf company wouldn’t want to be running on “clothing for women” or “women’s hats.” It’s not relevant and would be a waste of budget for them. Those are the kind of terms, however, they would match to while using broad match.

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    You can also ask your agency if you’re likely to see better performance (and bang for your buck) by leveraging more targeted, long-tail keywords.

    Pro tip: Even if you have an in-house marketing team, partnering with an agency can help you get:

    • a broader view of your program
    • insider access to the top platforms
    • insight from people with years of marketing experience
    • more time to focus on other initiatives
    • extra sets of eyes on your competitors
    • additional resources at your disposal

    Get a breakdown of the conversion actions

    There’s no “one size fits all” rule when it comes to conversions. How you measure these depends on your digital marketing goals. A conversion could mean a newsletter signup, a webinar RSVP, a form completion, an online purchase — the list goes on.

    Both you and your agency should be clear on what a conversion means to you. Otherwise, they could be reporting a high conversion rate that actually just translates into button clicks that may or may not result in sales. Once you’re on the same page about how you define conversions, you’ll know the rates you’re getting are accurate. 

    Know what’s being tested

    Testing should be baked into the process of any digital marketing initiatives your agency conducts. (If the team you’re working with has adopted a “set it and forget it” mindset, you may want to reflect on what exactly you’re paying for and whether or not it’s worth it — just a suggestion!)

    Seasoned marketers know testing is crucial — it helps you stay competitive by showing you what resonates with your audience. If your agency is conducting tests, make sure you know just what those tests are and how the agency is optimizing based on those findings. 

    Are they testing ads? Landing page variations? Copy and imagery? Once you know the answer, ask to follow along with the results. These tests can inform in-house initiatives, from social media and content to sales and everything in between. 

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    You’re likely working with an agency because you know a hands-on approach is often way more effective than an automated strategy. (Image via Unsplash)

    Get familiar with their bid strategy

    There are various schools of thought for bidding strategies. And not only that, but Google Ads offers a handful of different bidding types that can map to different goals. Because of all the moving parts, you should know how your agency approaches their bidding strategy on behalf of your brand.

    You’re likely working with an agency because you know a hands-on approach is often way more effective than an automated strategy. With a person at the helm, they can analyze and adjust bidding based on your budget and goals. Just make sure you understand what their strategy is and the reasoning behind it.

    Pro tip: Keep in mind that, when it comes to the bidding auction, Google factors in your maximum cost-per-click (CPC), your quality score, and how relevant your ad extensions are for that keyword. 

    Align on next steps

    Once you’ve asked all the right questions and gotten on the same page with your agency, it’s time to make a game plan. You don’t want to end up right back where you started with the same marketing agency problems — feeling like you’re in the dark when it comes to the details, what’s being tested, and the results.

    Before ending your meeting, come up with some action items. Do you want to put monthly check-ins on the calendar? Do you want the agency to send a bi-monthly breakdown of your program’s status? Would you prefer video calls instead of phone chats, if possible? These are all questions you should feel comfortable broaching.

    The takeaway

    At the end of the day, marketing agency problems can happen. So, it’s important to remember why you decided to partner with an agency in the first place. Ideally, you wanted to put your program in the hands of capable experts to give yourself more time to put effort towards other goals and tasks on your to-do list.

    You should feel aligned with your marketing team, understand why they’re doing what they’re doing, and trust them to input strategies that’ll help you crush the competition and bring you the highest ROI possible.

    In the market for an agency that’ll help your efforts soar? We know just the place.

    Caroline Cox

    Caroline Cox

    Caroline is HawkSEM's content marketing manager. She uses her more than 10 years of professional writing and editing experience to create SEO-friendly articles, educational thought leadership pieces, and savvy social media content to help market leaders create successful digital marketing strategies. She's a fan of seltzer water, print magazines, and huskies.

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    Written by Caroline Cox on Sep 27 , 2019

    When you’re searching for a partner to help boost your company’s marketing ROI, you’ll likely come across both consultants and agencies.

    They offer similar services and may even promise similar results. So, how do you know which one to choose?

    A marketing consultant is a person who works with a company or brand to create and implement marketing strategies. A consultant usually helps create a detailed marketing plan, messaging, and methods for spreading the word about your product or business, and monitors the results.

    Alternatively, a marketing agency is defined as “offering a broad range of services to help you implement an integrated marketing strategy for all your brand goals.” Often, this translates to a team of experts you work with on various campaigns, ad initiatives, and more. In some cases, consultants can even partner with an agency themselves.

    Still not quite sure what differences exist between the two? Read on for a breakdown of the pros and cons of each.

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    When searching for ways to boost your digital marketing ROI, you’ll likely come across both consultants and agencies. (Image via Unsplash)

    Marketing Consultant: Cons

    When you hire a marketing consultant, you’re often hiring a one-stop shop. That means one person tasked with not only your marketing strategy but the strategies for their other clients as well. With all that juggling, it can be tough to find a marketing consultant that’s as available as you need them to be.

    And because there are only so many hours in a day, marketing consultants often adopt a “set it and forget it” mentality when it comes to paid search and pay-per-click (PPC) efforts in the interest of bandwidth, which means less time spent optimizing or drilling down into what’s working and what’s not. 

    Marketing Consultant: Pros

    For those with smaller budgets, a marketing consultant may be the best way to go. You may not get as much optimization or testing with your strategy, but if you’re just starting out, consultants can be a cost-effective option. And, since they’re typically a one-person team, they may have more wiggle room when it comes to negotiating or working with your budget. 

    With a consultant, you’ll always know who you’re dealing with. You can build a one-on-one relationship with that person and know exactly who you’re communicating with at any time.

    Plus, a marketing consultant can work with you to solve problems you don’t have answers to, while a bigger company may opt for an agency because they’ve already identified problems internally, but they don’t have the time or expertise to fix them.

    Marketing Agency: Cons

    Whereas a marketing consultant is a single person focused on strategy, a marketing agency typically provides a team focused on both strategy and execution. That often means there are multiple experts at your disposal.

    But this, of course, comes with a cost. Marketing agencies often have a higher fee because of their more robust roster of offerings. It’s like the saying goes: You get what you pay for.

    There’s also the matter of access. Because marketing agencies are so hands-on, they may require access to your CRM and other various systems. While it isn’t a requirement, not having this level of access — or not having approval from higher-ups to give the agency this access — may mean more work on your end to properly implement strategies and get things done. 

    Marketing Agency: Pros

    Biased, us? Well, yes. But we still think there are plenty of pros worth listing here that give (good) agencies an edge. For starters, you’ll likely find that a consultant doesn’t come with the same level of resources an agency can provide. From blogs and guides to webinars, along with relationships with the likes of Google and Bing, an agency can’t be beat. 

    With an agency, even if you’ve got just one point of contact, you’re also getting access to experts in all aspects of digital marketing, from SEO and paid search to PPC and everything in between.
    Plus, if you want to scale your company (and who doesn’t?), you probably want to partner with a company that can scale with you. More often, that means a marketing agency. 

    Bigger teams are also more likely to have the bandwidth for constant testing while staying up to date on the latest industry developments, releases, and success stories. This means your strategy will stay optimized and on the cutting edge — not outdated.

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    Marketing agencies are often a team of experts you work with on campaigns, ads, and more. (Image via Unsplash)

    The Takeaway

    As you can see, there are pros and cons to both of these options for digital marketing management — it all depends on your needs and goals. Overall, the main differences between the two come down to budget, time, and bandwidth.

    If you have a team that can internally test and implement ideas from a consultant, go for it. But if you’d rather have a team of experts to create and optimize strategies for you, you’ll want to look at an agency.

    Here at HawkSEM, not only do we provide the expertise of an agency, but we set ourselves apart through no annual contracts, a patented ConversionIQ optimization system, and a steadfast dedication to getting you the ROI you deserve.

    Caroline Cox

    Caroline Cox

    Caroline is HawkSEM's content marketing manager. She uses her more than 10 years of professional writing and editing experience to create SEO-friendly articles, educational thought leadership pieces, and savvy social media content to help market leaders create successful digital marketing strategies. She's a fan of seltzer water, print magazines, and huskies.

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