Create your LLC (ad): In this video I will teach you how to start and scale a digital marketing agency in 2022. Website tutorial: Canva: Follow us on Instagram: Nate: SUBSCRIBE: Timestamps: 0:00 – Start here 4:00 – Goals and Expectations 7:55 – How To Create Your LLC 10:45 – Best Types of Marketing 18:16 – How To Become an Expert 24:19 – Identifying Customers 30:23 – Building Your Team 34:11 – Getting Your First Client 37:19 – How Much Should You Charge? DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! Everything in this video is based on information we learned from online resources, our own experience, and books we have read. Please do your own research before making any important decisions. You and only you are responsible for any and all digital marketing decisions you make. Thank you for watching!

20 Replies to “How To Start A Digital Marketing Agency in 2022 (Step by Step)”

    1. Please for the sake of f*** stop making money off people when you’re trying to teach them how to make money they’re not dumb

  1. Great video! I have been doing SEO for a software company with great success. I recently starting doing email campaigns for them as well. I have been wanting for some time to start my own thing. After watching this video I think I will end up doing it!

  2. I started life as a photographer but wanted to get into marketing as I tended to lean towards product photography, I’m currently doing my MSc in Marketing and during this time I am currently building a marketing portfolio, we actually have a module called applied professional practice where you need to get work experience for a month and one of the choices was “venture creation” so I jumped on that. When I complete my masters I want a website, with a good few clients on it. I would like to get into hospitality (I’ve been a waiter and cook for 5 years) as I think that’s where my niche of photography and videography is really needed. I am also doing my research project on the effects of professional photography on perceived value in a restaurant setting, so I would like to see how much people would pay for a certain meal based on profession photography compared to diy photography. So hopefully this will give me data to show to future clients to convince them that investing in their photography can actually enable them to charge more because customers are likely to perceive them in higher regard compared to a restaurant with amateurish images.

    I totally agree that you need to do a few free jobs, I did this when building my photography portfolio and a good few of the companies got back to me offering me paid work when they realised the images were well received on social media. Someone in my class was saying “I don’t believe in giving my time for nothing in return” and our careers advisor agreed then I said “but what do they get out of paying a student with zero marketing experience, zero portfolio and credibility? They might as well hire a professional, and you do get something out of it… experience, testimonial and potentially your first paying client. Student barbers give out free hair cuts, new restaurants often give out free samples” also working for free at the start to build up a portfolio allows you room to make and learn from mistakes, when you’re charging from the get go, you can’t make these mistakes

  3. I am sorry but I just had to laugh at the thumbnail you used to get me to watch this video! Is this really the world we live in? Is this what you do for work? How did you find this Job? How much do spend on content creation? How much did your equipment cost you?

  4. Crisp, to the point, no fluff.
    Thank you very much for this useful and compact description on the topic.

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