Friday, July 28, 2017

Go With a Remote Creative Marketing Shop

Go With a Remote Creative Marketing Shop

There is no doubt that clients are holding on more to their dollars, yet many are still
hiring full time graphic designers and marketing people when they could use a
remote creative shop.

However, if the client wants to watch the dollars, get good talent and keep good talent,
the remote creative marketing shop may be the way to go.

Here are 10 advantages for going remote.

1. Chances are the remote creative marketing shop has a person or persons with good experience. (Check their website and references to make sure.)

2. You don't have to pay for all of the company extras which are skyrocketing now.
Like medical and vacation pay.

3. You don't have to find a space available for the person or persons because they work remote. You don't have to supply a computer, software, desk, chair and office supplies.

4. You don't have to "manage" the person or worry about them showing up for work.

5. Most young graphic designers bounce from job to job until their salary climbs.

With a remote creative shop, you don't have to retrain the creative. Look at the

time and effort this saves!

6. The salary level is usually less with a remote set-up. This is usually the case because

when you need a project, there is a call or email and the work begins. Very little meeting

time that is wasted time. This efficiency is passed on to you.

7. The salary level remains stable in a remote arrangement.

(Unless hourly work flow dramatically goes up.)

8. You establish a long history of trust with the remote relationship.

9. The work quality is at a level that you respect and feel the most comfortable.

You get the style of work that you like based on you looking at the portfolio website

and the referrals of your remote shop.

10. The speed of the internet, computer and cell phones make communication with
the remote creative person like they were in the office right next to you.

In conclusion, in this economy, you need to think lean and mean.
The remote creative marketing shop addresses speed, experience, no overhead, and stability. If you have more questions about this subject, call James Neill at Coby Neill Creative at 417-379-0535.
You can also look at James's websites at and