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Recent Graduates Guide For A Career In Marketing
10/17/2018 at 8:02 AM ET
Not sure if this is the right place, but I wanted to reach out to recent Marketing Graduates as I am writing a Gude for discovering the right career in Marketing.
Here's the Link to Part 1 of the Guide:
What I would love to get guidance on are:
a. Is this content helpful for Marketing Graduates?
b. Is there any parts of Marketing that I have missed out on that need to be added
Thanks a ton!
10/26/2018 at 8:20 AM
You may also start your carrier in SEO because today's maximum work have on web and mobile and every development company need of SEO.
That effort and budget are better of SEO qualified.
The impact of SEO is better than other for a long time.
You generate more knowledge and your career pages gain more.
your perform will better from another job
10/26/2018 at 3:19 PM
As a marketer, you surely recognize that you're putting the cart before the horse. Before you create the product you want to understand where your target audience is in terms of need for the product, how you would market to them, what ultimate benefit they would realize, etc.
I suggest you start with that basic information rather than actually creating the product first.
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