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Agency New Business Report 2009
The results of 140 senior agency decision makers, surveyed in
RSW AgencyFinder is The New Business Intermediary. Our remit is twofold;
1) We help marketing agencies get their message in front of the clients they
want to work with through telephone, digital, physical and social
2) We help clients find the perfect-fit marketing agencies for their
requirements through intelligent and rigorous match-making.
In June 2009 we surveyed 140 agency new business heads. The results follow.
27% of agencies say the number of people they employ in an in-house new business function has dropped in the
73% of agencies have at some point used a new business agency.
81% of agency heads are either fairly or very confident that the next six months will be good for them.
60% of agency heads say that that clients are using the recession as an excuse to drive down prices and a
similar number (58%) are having to demonstrate ROI more than before the current downturn.
47% of agencies are seeing client use them more on a project by project basis over the last 12 months and 53%
are employing fewer people yet 20% of agencies are making more profit!
Most agencies bank on clients staying with them for 3 to 5 years and 75% of agencies reckon that a suitable
acquisition cost per new client in between 2 and 10% of the clients annual income to them.
Agencies not taking to web 2.0?
Just 41% of agencies have a blog and 37% of agencies use Twitter yet 58% still see cold-calling as an effective
means of gaining new business with just 27% classifying it as being not at all effective as a new business tool, as
opposed to 72% and 59% for Twitter and blogging respectively.
As usual and as one would have hoped, the most effective means of generating new business still appears t be
networking, with a massive 41% of agency heads stating it as being the most effective tool and 46% classifying it
as being “very effective”.
Intermediaries meanwhile, scored a very respectable 44% of agency heads classifying them as being either
“very” or “The most”effective, compared with 18% for cold calling and 42% for PR. PPC, SEO and email
marketing were no where near as effective according to our respondents.
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