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How much money should firms spend on marketing? Is there a good rule of thumb? Is it 2% of revenue? Or 5%? Should it vary based on the practice specialty areas? Digital marketing even further complicates the equation, since we have data available on everything we do online. What is important and what is not? Instead of simply choosing a percentage based on conventional wisdom, this article will show you three simple calculations to use when you’re trying to determine how much money your firm should spend on marketing.
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