ATLANTA, Sept. 14, 2016 – Today, Agency Spotter published a trends report showing top trends for agency search and marketing services. The marketing services are evaluated based on marketers searching for agencies and design firms for the first half of 2016 as compared to results across 2015.
The leading marketing services in the trends report are: Advertising, Web, Digital Strategy, Branding, and Marketing Strategy. The full report highlighting trends across the top 25 services, showing which have moved up or down compared with 2015 data is available.
“Seeing how searches for agencies are changing and which services remain at the top year over year is an important indicator to agencies and marketing professionals,” said Agency Spotter CEO and Founder, Brian Regienczuk. “Services that are moving up 6 or 9 spots since last year helps everyone understand how demand for marketing services are changing and see which trends are turning into larger shifts in marketing buying behavior.”
Top agency search traffic came from over 100 countries. The top three countries are: USA, United Kingdom, and Canada. The report shows global top cities searching for agency services being: New York, Atlanta, London, Los Angeles, and Chicago. All 25 top cities searching for agencies are ranked in the full trends report.
When looking at traffic searching for agencies across Europe, the top cities are: London, Moscow, Paris, Madrid, and Amsterdam. Data on 15 of the top cities in Europe is available along with percentage breakdown by region.
The full trend report research can be found below:
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A B2B marketplace based in Atlanta, GA, Agency Spotter connects you with the agencies and design firms that help you enhance your business and meet your goals. Our website and iPhone app map the marketing services landscape based on client reviews, the type of services offered, quality of work, industry experience, and many other facets. All of this helps you find the right partner in less time while considering a large set of agencies across more than 35 services.
Correction: This version includes corrected data for the 2016 H1 Agency Services versus the original. We apologize for the oversight and have remedied this for future reports.