It’s been an amazing first 100 days, and we’re excited to share what we’ve been up to since our launch. The entire Agency Spotter team has been focused on developing useful features that help businesses discover, compare, and connect for better creative agency search. Plus, we’re helping agencies be found and close new deals. First, some obvious changes…
Our goal is to be the trusted source of information on how to find, select, and manage creative agencies. One of our first priorities is to help businesses discover new agencies.
We now have dedicated space where we highlight agencies for various reasons: recent award winners, deep expertise with a specific channel or customer segment, unique approach to working with clients, or maybe because they’re trending on the site.
We want to show you agencies that you might never have come across using the traditional search methods which have proven to limit the reach of creative agency searches.
Agency Spotter makes it easy to get right to results that matter. And we just made it even better.
New Agency Category – based on response from our users, we have added User Experience to our Agency Type search category. Now you can find agencies that focus on designing and developing user experiences. Think digital as well as physical.
Natural Search Enhancements – we continue to refine our natural search capabilities so you get meaningful results when searching for “digital agency nyc” or “startups” using our keywords algorithm.
Our agency portfolios are chock-full of info to help you make informed decisions. Based on what you’ve told us, we’ve stripped out the noise and boiled it down to the most relevant, up-to-date, and essential information about each agency. Some new additions:
Audience Speciality – see who has a focus on Shopper Marketing, Women, Global, B2B…
Industry Expertise – check out agencies that have experience in your specific industry.
Affiliation – know if your next agency is an independent shop or part of an agency network.
Projects – we’ve removed the restriction on the # of projects agencies can share, so be on the lookout for some great examples of work from agencies.
Related Agencies – now it’s easier to keep exploring with Related Agencies at the bottom of each agency portfolio page. It’s a fun way to discover agencies you might not have found on your own.
And finally, as you are reading now, we have started this blog as a method of keeping you up-to-date on our product development, industry news, and insight into the agency search, selection, and management processes. Stay tuned for a lot more great content!
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