[Roundtable] User Acquisition for Digital Agencies: How To Find New Clients

Andrew Sytnyk
Andrew Sytnyk
Digital marketing lead at PromoRepublic
≈ 1 min read
Upd. on: 25 Oct 2021

You can’t afford to miss our roundtable discussion “User Acquisition for Digital Agencies: How to Find New Clients” with top marketing experts!

With our host, Dylan Hey, you will learn how to identify the right and wrong clients for your agency, how to build your agency’s positioning, and get clients coming to you. Learn lead generation tactics from expert marketers.

We are proud to present our speakers:

  • Marilyn Heywood Paige, a 30-year marketer with B2B, B2C, agency, and corporate experience.
  • Maddy (Osman) French, who helps businesses grow traffic and sales with content marketing | SEO Content Strategist & Founder at The Blogsmith.
  • Jason Swenk, coach to high-performing Digital Agency Owners | 8 Figure Agency Owner/ Sold One Agency So Far | #1 Digital Agency Owner Podcast.

Customer acquisition is different ways and processes of bringing new clients to your business. The goal of this process is to create a systematic and sustainable acquisition strategy that can be easily changed with new trends in the market or niche. With marketing experts who have experience in the agency business during this roundtable, we will discuss how to find new clients, how to attract them, and how to choose the right clients specifically for your agency so your team will not hate to work with them.

Save your seat and join us on November 10, 11:00 a.m. PST


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