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Career in Marketing Advice ?

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I’m majoring in Marketing with an emphasis in entrepreneurship and Graphic design, and wanted to know if anyone has any advice for this career. What kind of jobs should I consider? How can I better prepare myself for the business world. How can I look at my everyday life situations in more of a marketing perspective to help prepare myself for my future career? How have you found success and enjoyment from this career path? Any advice is greatly appreciated;)

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Richard Butler has been marketing online since 1993. As well as having generated "affiliate" income, he also provides "done for you" solutions for small business owners & entrepreneurs: http://goTBMS.com and has his only Web Hosting solution: http://BritHost.net He has also used his online skills in his Real Estate Investing business, where he is well known as the "video marketing" expert. http://VideoDominationSystem.com http://RichardButler.biz

One Response to “Career in Marketing Advice ?”

  1. e_cool February 16, 2014 at 3:47 pm #

    In order to succeed in marketing, you need to build a network. Get to know more people and make friends which you can do by joining a club organization, volunteer, and going to networking events. The benefit of that is that they can help you land a job and in fact one day they may buy from you on whatever you market out there.
    Here are a list of different types of jobs in marketing as followed:

    Internet Marketing Strategist
    The Internet is an important if not vital part of business. A niche in Internet marketing opens the door for many marketing career opportunities. As an Internet marketer, you may work with sales, marketing communications and product marketing departments to create an online marketing strategy. Online marketing programs include email campaigns, online advertising, blogs and social media. As an Internet marketing specialist, you will design and manage these programs, analyze their efficiency and propose new strategies to develop business.

    Market Research Consultant
    Market research combines analytical skills with consumer behavior knowledge. As a market research consultant, you are responsible for researching a company’s product, providing statistics and relating the results to management. Additionally, market research professionals survey the competition in relation to business threats and challenges. A knowledge of computers and statistics is necessary for success as a market researcher. Small businesses often outsource this duty to market research companies. Many consultants start as assistants, and after having learned the skills necessary, can be promoted to a marketing consultant.

    Product Manager
    Large corporations usually have a product manager for each of their product offerings. For example, a maker of snack foods usually has a manager who oversees only one specific product or a very specific product line, such as “pretzel snacks” or “peanut snacks.” As a product manager, you will analyze sales data, create new campaigns and interpret market research studies. College grads with sales experience who are trying to break into this line of work often begin as product assistants, who report directly to a product manager.

    Marketing Director
    A marketing director manages the marketing strategy within a company. Most prominently, the marketing director focuses on learning about and developing crucial market segments, or groups of consumers categorized by ethnicity, age and income (otherwise known as demographics). The marketing director finds the best ways for the company to sell to the market segment most likely to buy the company’s products. As a marketing director, you will develop or oversee the development of promotional and marketing materials that will help attain business goals.

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