From the Trenches

Why Companies Choose to Rightsource Their Marketing

Will Davis | March 23, 2010
Why Right Source

As many of you know, the Marketing Trenches blog is run by the leadership of Right Source Marketing.  We often get asked “What is Right Source?” and “What does it mean to rightsource my marketing?”

Mike wrote a blog post this summer titled Rightsourcing Your Marketing: Why It Makes Sense Now More Than Ever, which is a great read and outlines well what rightsourcing is and isn’t.

Recently, we also put together a video on the topic, including what makes rightsourcing different, why Right Source Marketing is unique, and why clients choose to rightsource.

We talk a lot about content marketing on this blog, and video can be great content.  Take a look below and let us know what you think.

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