Not sure if you need a marketing consultant?
If you answer yes to any of the following, we may be just what you’ve been searching for…
+ You want to build/grow your business
+ You want to set well-defined short and long-term goals
+ You are looking to develop a solid strategic marketing plan
+ You need help with identifying and tracking key metrics for measuring success
+ You have no idea what key metrics you should even be looking at
(i.e. website traffic, lead to sale conversion ratios, social media engagement, incoming calls or leads, etc.)
+ Want to improve relations and loyalty with existing clients
+ You want to expand into new markets or attract new clients/guests
Are we a match?
Now that you’ve determined you’re looking to hire a marketing consultant, now it’s time to find out if Onyx Communications is a good fit. Hiring a marketing consultant is very much like dating. Like any solid relationship, the one between us and our clients is based on chemistry, trust and commitment. We certainly have a type and we’re sure you do, too.
Because we’ve been around the block a time or two and kissed a few frogs, we’ve been able to identify the types of businesses and individuals that benefit most from our winning approach to marketing.
Deal Breakers - We are the perfect match for a client who...
+ Has an existing brand identity and style guide
+ Has a marketing person or employee on staff who will work in collaboration with Onyx Communications to execute certain designated tasks
+ Is willing and able to dedicate 10%-30% of gross profits to marketing (this does not include our fees)
+ Is already a thriving business or individual (for a minimum of 3 years) that is just looking to “level up”
Bonus Points - The following certainly aren’t requirements, but could result in a match made in marketing heaven. Swipe right if you are a client who...
+ Is open to challenging your industry’s norms
+ Trusts in our process - we’re going to push you outside of your comfort zone and ask a lot of tough questions - the good, the bad and the ugly.
+ May not understand all of the ins and outs of marketing, but respects and recognizes its value
+ Is ready to commit - because successful marketing is a marathon, not a sprint