We just drafted the Top 20 Content Marketing Agencies Report for March 2018, and it showcases the 20 best content marketing agencies out of the 330+ listed on Agency Spotter.
Brass Ideas Advertising earned the #1 spot on the list this month. Based in San Francisco, the agency specializes in electronics, consumer goods, financial services, and telecommunications marketing.
One of Brass Ideas’ most notable achievements is their Bill Lumbergh campaign for Atlassian HipChat, which went viral with 12 million YouTube shares in 90 days and over 100,000+ clicks despite a small media budget.
According to Atlassian’s Head of Brand & Advertising, Brass Ideas swooped in, “ninja-like,” and “delivered results in less time and for less money” than the big-name agency the company had recently stopped working with.
Brass Ideas has worked with Microsoft, Intel, Google, Twitter, Taylor Made Golf, PUMA, Lynda.com, SmartRecruiters, and Galvanize among others.
PACE Communications out of North Carolina and with offices across the U.S. came in close second. PACE is well-known in the content marketing space, and they have helped some of the world’s top brands including the Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, Gold’s Gym, Rackspace, Verizon Wireless, Southwest Airlines, New York Presbyterian, The Auto Club Group (AAA), and Walmart achieve their marketing goals.
Explore the winners’ portfolios – along with the full Top 20 Content Marketing Agencies Report – on Agency Spotter.
Here are the top ten agencies on the list:
Top Content Marketing Agencies For March 2018
1. Brass Ideas Advertising
3. Actualize Marketing
4. The Content Factor
5. Havas Sports & Entertainment
7. Dalton Agency
8. Brandware Public Relations
9. Creative Deviants
10. madison/miles media
To see the rest of the Top 20, check out the full report.
Some Insight on the Winners
- 95% are independent firms
- 85% have fewer than 50 employees
- 20% have other locations outside of New York City
- 5 are listed as women-owned (PACE, Actualize Marketing, The Content Factor, Brandware Public Relations, Bredin)
- 0 are listed as minority-owned
Congratulations to the Top 20!
The agencies were selected based on Agency Spotter’s proprietary research
methodology, which uses our website’s extensive data along with qualitative and quantitative insights to evaluate factors including each company’s qualifications, experience level, positioning, and client feedback.
FYI, our Top Agencies research reports are issued on a regular basis, and we are continuing to develop more reports tailored to individual marketing and design service areas. Keep an eye out.