The barrier to entry for being a “digital media specialist” is a laptop and a craigslist ad. With the amount of blog posts and “how to” YouTube videos, it can be overwhelming and difficult to know where to start or who to trust. No need to fear; we will explain to you the criteria to look for when hiring a digital media agency and what questions to ask to know if you are truly getting service from knowledgeable experts or not.
Bayshore Solutions has been around for more than 20 years and has weathered the world wide web’s roller coaster ride of highs and lows. Each member of the Bayshore team is at a senior level in their area of expertise and everything is done in-house, meaning we do not outsource work to other agencies or a trading desk, which is a common practice among digital agencies. Most will try to sell you the tactics, buzzwords, and acronyms but they won’t actually be executing the work.
Another important piece of information to look for is that the agency is a Google Premier Partner. As a Google Premier Partner, an agency gets access to support and key insights that any other advertiser with a Google Ads account doesn't get. Additionally,
the most important piece to note when hiring a digital media agency is their process. When you hire a digital media management company you should get: