5 Critical situations in which you need a marketing MSP

Kristan Manley
June 17, 2021
critical situations

5 Critical situations in which you need a marketing MSP

Kristan Manley
June 17, 2021

Most businesses struggle to adapt their marketing even for good times – it’s much more of a challenge in critical situations. Find out in which scenarios your team is better off with a marketing MSP instead.

Have you ever had a nightmare when you’re standing on a shore at sunset and everything is calm and nice and you’re totally happy and then all of a sudden you turn your head and mention a huge tide coming towards you that you can’t escape from? This feeling of irredeemable failure is exactly what you feel when you understand it’s too late to undertake any actions to save your marketing program after a certain point. Luckily, we gathered the experience from marketers in different industries to catch the moment before it’s too late.

Here are 5 critical situations in which small and mid-size businesses need to chose marketing MSP to prevent their company from failing their content marketing program:

1. Overloaded team

If your team looks overwhelmed, it may lead to decrease of creativity, burnout and result in failing your marketing objectives. When you mention you or your team is constantly stressed, this is a sign that the critical situation is coming. Improving the workflow on each stage of your content marketing program can help to reduce stress, but if your business needs more than you and your team can produce, consider outsourcing some parts to a trusted partner.

2. Decreasing organic reach

This is a sign that your content is not generating enough interest and your audience doesn’t find it insightful and useful enough. Quality content is where all marketers need to start – meaningful, insightful and original content is the key to your audience. The social media and search engines algorithms now learn to predict the interest of the audience and it’s getting harder to choose the right topics to cover and the potential mistakes cost more and more.

3. Strong competitors on the horizon

It’s recommended to analyze your competitors at least twice a year and adjust your marketing strategy to stay on top. It’s important to catch the moment when your competitors increase the steaks to be able to react on time. Another critical situation would be a new strong competitor on the horizon. If you see a new company who actively penetrate the market, you need to react fast.

It’s better to consult a managed service provider who knows how to adjust the marketing programs to plan your campaigns. Especially if you don’t have a strategist, or your team lacks other critical skills.

4. Your content is not generating quality leads

Your content doesn’t have to be salesy to generate leads. Moreover, in B2B marketing, actual advertisement doesn’t work as effectively as SEO and nurturing campaigns. It’s critical to capture the trend and take action before you don’t invest too much in the wrong type of content.

5. You can’t increase ROI

If your content marketing efforts don’t generate enough organic searches and engagement, it doesn’t work. Managed service providers can measure and improve your ROI for you and use their experience with different companies to ensure the best results.

In summary

The market is always changing and there is no ultimate strategy everyone can use. The main trick for succeeding with content marketing is to keep your hands on and track the performance to identify the critical moments when you need to adjust your program. Experiment, test and measure the results to make sure Your Content Marketing Strategy Is Working.

If you notice any of these critical signs in your business, managed service providers can fill in the gaps in your team’s talent, experience, and strategy.

Contact us to learn how we can help your business

Kristan Manley

Kristan Manley

Kristan Manley is the Director of Customer Success for Tempesta Media. She has been crafting messages and content for just over a decade and has been in the Customer Success business for 15+ years. She is the mother of 4 beautiful children (and 3 cats) and is an avid book nerd.

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