Get The Best Return On Your Marketing Investment 

How do you know if you’re getting strong returns on your marketing investment? We understand that recruitment marketing is too often seen as an expense and not an investment. We're on a mission to help you understand where your marketing budget is being spent and how much you’re making from it.  We’ll consult with you to understand which channels are performing poorly and how to drive better returns on your marketing expenditure.

The first step in understanding your ROI is to identify if you’re successfully tracking, measuring and analysing all of your marketing metrics. Are you  tracking your leads? Do you know which channels are driving the most enquiries? Do you understand what your candidates are searching for? Are you aware of daily , weekly, monthly, yearly recruitment trends for your industry?

If the answer is no to any of these questions, ThinkinCircles will support your business growth with the deployment of analytics tools, call tracking software, and lead generation insights. If the answer is yes, but you just don't have the time to dive into your analytics then our in-house analytics experts will dive into the stats to gain actionable insights that will make a difference to your business.

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