What is a Virtual Chief Marketing Officer


You might already know that a Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) plays a pivotal role in any organization, tasked with leading the marketing efforts. This includes upholding a consistent brand presence across all communication channels, innovating ways to engage current and potential customers, and ensuring the implementation of effective tracking mechanisms to measure the return on investment (R.O.I.) for marketing initiatives.

A Virtual Chief Marketing Officer steps into the role of a CMO, albeit on a part-time basis. This arrangement is especially beneficial for small to medium-sized enterprises, which may not have the breadth of activities to justify or fully engage a full-time CMO.

What Makes A Virtual Chief Marketing Officer Different?

Our founder, Matthew Maennche, ventured into the realm of professional marketing with a rich background as a software developer. It was the intricate nature of algorithms from Google, Bing, Facebook, and others that captivated his interest.

Have you ever encountered a marketer with the ability to personally craft the software your business requires for automating daily operations? Picture collaborating with someone who can.

Consider the benefits such deep comprehension could offer when promoting your business across search engines, social media platforms, and ad networks that are crucial in today's digital landscape.

That is what makes us

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Can A Virtual Chief Marketing Officer Help You?

That's an excellent question. The concise response is, we simply don't know. Every business is distinct, embarking on its own unique path. Without sitting down with you to understand your objectives, it's impossible to ascertain the potential impact we might have.

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How Much Does A Virtual Chief Marketing Officer Cost?

Here's something you'll appreciate! Our services are more cost-effective than hiring a full-time Chief Marketing Officer because we only bill for the time spent fulfilling our responsibilities.

Given that each business is unique, the time necessary to craft and oversee your marketing strategies can differ significantly. The most efficient way to address this question is by arranging a meeting where we can gain a deeper understanding of your business needs.

Function of the Chief Marketing Officer

The primary role of the Chief Marketing Officer is to showcase the brand's value to target audiences in a way that supports achieving the CEO's objectives.

This includes (but is not limited to):

  • Ideal customers for a company’s individual products and/or services

  • Vendors & Partners who can provide a mutually beneficial product or service to the company

  • Team members who possess skills sought by the company

  • Investors

  • Segment Competitors

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Some of the roles and responsibilities that a CMO is required to perform include:

  • Brand Management

  • Market research

  • Marketing communications

  • Product management

  • Growth driver

  • Customer champion

  • Capability builder

  • Innovation catalyst

  • Chief storyteller

  • Oversee professional staff, coordinate with co-op and trade groups, and interact with government and ad agencies.

  • Guide technology and strategy teams in creating analytics tools, empowering business users to engage with complex data warehouse insights.

  • Oversee marketing communications, including public relations, advertising, brand identity, trade representation, and strategic partnerships.

  • Craft strategic business and marketing plans, covering both digital and traditional methods for B2B and B2C markets.

  • Design website landing pages and social media campaigns on Facebook and Instagram to evaluate price points and assess consumer needs.

About Our Team

We take great care and exercise selectivity in our team-building process. Consequently, our CMOs & Strategists are meticulously chosen based on the following attributes:

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  • Strong leadership skills
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Proven understanding of data analysis tools
  • Ability to lead in a constantly evolving environment
  • Experience working with various marketing tools relating to market research, data analytics, website development, product branding, visual communication software, written communication, and public relations
  • Proven ability to design and coordinate marketing campaigns across traditional and modern channels

Are you Ready to Take the Next Step?

To effectively identify opportunities for enhancing product visibility and boosting sales, we require a deeper understanding of your business.