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Two Supply-Side Metrics for Agencies and Their Clients

Two things to consider in today’s uncertain times.

Agencies should consider at least two key supply-side metrics for their clients that will help them elevate the conversation from leads:

  1. 1.     Impression Share – The amount of demand inside consumer intent and your ability to cover it within the established geography and budget.
  2. 2.     Market Share – Is your client getting a bigger or smaller piece of the available pie?

The first reflects the demand side, and the latter integrates the supply-side. In the end, though, it all has to stack up against operational execution. Don’t go into 2020 without considering each in your marketing conversations.

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