We believe that working with marketing experts should be straightforward and easy. You should feel confident we are transparent and honest in how we do things.
We’ve created a list of common questions asked by new clients to help you learn more about the services we offer. If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
As a business, we’ve been delivering our expert marketing services since 2015. Before we were FFMG, we were called Marketing Strategy IQ.
Future Focus Marketing is not a Creative Agency, Design Agency, or an Advertising Agency.
The difference between us and them is the services we offer, the price we charge, and the marketing specialists engaged to deliver your work. Let’s explain what we mean.
The services we offer:
The plans and strategies we present to help your business reach its goals is not created around the services we offer; it’s based on tactics needed to achieve your business goals. For instance, if your goal is to reach all Australian women, approx. nine million to launch a new mental healthcare app, a television (TVC) campaign may be a key tactic in the overall marketing strategy. We don’t do TVC’s, but as strategists that is irrelevant and will include it.
The price we charge:
We charge the hours we work at fair rates you can afford and not the exorbitant rates and hours for personal gain. Having worked in agencies we know how it works and therefore do the opposite.
The accomplished marketing specialists we offer:
We take each job brief and assign the most experienced specialists to deliver that job. This may mean we use an information designer for one piece of work and a graphic designer on another. Its not what is best for s or you but what will resonate with your audiences and get them taking action.
We work with you not for you.
Yes, they do whether you have two or ten objectives. Every business has a goal/s. To reach each goal, it has a set of objectives to reach. These objectives require input from different areas of the business – customer service, sales, marketing, product development, operations, IT and more. Each area creates a plan and strategy outlining how it plans to meet each objective.
Imagine if every area didn’t do this and created a plan and strategy it believed was right, do you believe the company would reach its goals? No musical instrument alone can create a symphony, but together they can achieve an incredible sound.