Not at all stages of your Internet marketing will you need to use a graphic designer.
f you are beginning to consider your strategy on the Internet, it is still early to ask yourself or even design anything.
The first thing is to define where you want to go, specific, measurable, and realistic objectives. You must start working behind the scenes.
No execution. Analysis, prospecting, and projection.
It will be useless to hire a graphic designer and not know how to give them clear and specific guidelines of what you want to do, what clients you are targeting, what your unique sales proposal is like.
Are you going to leave the decisions to him? Error.
Nobody knows your clients like you, so a graphic designer should always work under your orders and never the other way around.
It is very easy to delegate all decisions to your designer and then look the other way when there are no results. All the fault will have been yours.
What is seen of you on the Internet is only the tip of the iceberg. Behind, there must be a working system. Bases, foundations, and basic pillars of your marketing strategy.
Talk to colleagues in your industry so they can recommend one.
Do you have contacts who are developing their strategies on the Internet?
Talk to them. Ask them to recommend one.
Ask them about their experience. Do you have them as a freelancer or on staff?
How much does it cost them per year? What benefits does it bring them?
I believe in specialization, and when I meet a graphic designer who is an expert in a specific subject, for example, travel, it shows that a large part of their work is focused on that market.
They are excellent.
On the Internet, there is no competition but collaboration. Together we can grow our businesses.