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Looking at starting a Digital Marketing Agency.

Mikeyyy

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Hi. I looking at starting a DMA as a side hustle and eventually turn into a full time business. I've already got some ideas of the type of business I would have like a name, what kind of people to serve, and how much I'd like to make out of it. I'm looking for some tips, advice and what to do and not do from people have have ventured down this road. It be wonderful I could chat with someone either though this form or even video call.
 
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Mat79

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I haven't started an agency, but I watched a video by this guy Sebastian Ghiorghiu on YouTube and he said his agency doesn't charge clients unless the ads he runs for them actually get results. I thought that was a really smart way to go about it, at least to start.
 

Mikeyyy

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I haven't stagrted an aency, but I watched a video by this guy Sebastian Ghiorghiu on YouTube and he said his agency doesn't charge clients unless the ads he runs for them actually get results. I thought that was a really smart way to go about it, at least to start.
Yea for sure and I've been doing my research and one thing that I was told that sounds like a good idea. When offering services do some free work for the first couple of clients and get some experience under my belt. Nobody want's to pay for a bad job done. So at least when I charge clients, I can say "Hey I know what I'm doing and I can guarantee a return on investment". It sounds like a good idea as I've never ran a ADM, so I'm going into this super green.
 

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