6 Easy Steps To An Agency Shortlist


Maybe you’ve come to realize getting to a shortlist of agencies is no easy task. There are more than 100,000 advertising, design, digital, research, and innovation agencies in the US alone! Where do you begin? Whom do you ask?

Often times, the information that matters most is difficult to find and nearly impossible to compare. We’ve cracked the code and have made it as simple as click, click, click or tap, tap, tap (nod to mobile).

Here’s a marketing hack for you: building the agency shortlist, and the best part is you don’t have to share with your bosses! Let them smile and continue to think you’re a speed genius.

1. Start your search with what’s most important to you: Services, Location, Size, or Budget

Find the best fit agency

2. Scroll through the results and use filters to get picky

See focused results that fit your agency needs

3. View agency portfolios and be critical: Read reviews, see their work, use links to stalk them online

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4. Build your shortlist by saving the agencies you like using the “List” button

Build your own shortlist on Agency Spotter

5. Refine and validate your shortlist: Compare reviews and use our “How you’re connected” feature to get the inside scoop from your network!

See how you're connected to an agency on Agency Spotter

6. Start a conversation: Connect with the handful of agencies on your shortlist directly from our site. No more guesswork, your connection goes directly to their business development team.

Contact an agency directly through Agency Spotter

And now, you’re on your way to being crowned a marketing genius! Let’s make 2014 the year searching for an agency finally got simple and fast!

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About Joseph Raccuglia

Joseph is committed to helping brands and creative agencies find each other. He has special interest in how digital strategies impact business performance. Talk to him about marketing, startups, and customer experiences. He holds degrees in business and accounting from College of Charleston and an MBA from Boston University. Obsessed with group fitness, Joseph is also a newly minted kick-box instructor.