So here you are, coming out of a failed inbound marketing agency relationship. It might start off strong, and maybe you've got some really solid wins and a lot of great work. You might even improve some numbers. However, for whatever reason, the results taper off and don't live up to expectations, or the growth you expected didn't happen.
You find yourself jumping for joy rather than joy. "How did this not work? What did I miss?" "Am I doing something wrong here? Are industry mailing list expectations too high?" "Should I even work with an inbound marketing agency in the first place?" Free Guide:
The Ultimate Inbound Marketing Strategy Playbook for 2022 If this sounds familiar, I understand your frustration. None of these are particularly interesting questions, especially if you are the person responsible for hiring the right agency for your organization.