We’re going to make the case on why you should learn some code, and I’m going to introduce you to a new community focused on helping marketers learn to code.
Do you think there is still a place for Don Draper-style storytelling presentations in the 2021 remote marketing world? Totally. Spoiler: They don’t always need to be beautiful but your presentations need a compelling story.
Here are 6 things we think every marketing student or recent grad should STOP doing.
Set yourself up for long term success with a solid Lifecycle program. Not only does it help you exert control and mastery over your reporting, it provides a framework for having tough discussions between sales & marketing.
Do you still need to do a degree out of highschool to have a successful and happy career in marketing? What are some of the best side projects students can take on to help get them jobs early on? How do you manage interns and fresh marketers? University Professor Jonathan Simon shares his insights.
It’s totally absurd, but for perspective I often imagine my ancestors living 20,000 years hauling home some berries or a wild boar. They literally risked their lives to gather food. Now your ability to provide for yourself and your family consists of clicking buttons on the Internet.
The most important part of an interview is making sure you ask the right questions to determine if you’ll be happy. Too many people change jobs and realize quickly that the grass isn’t always greener. There are ways to evaluate this and limit it’s chance of happening.
You don’t want to manage people and will be happier as an IC. If you still want to manage, we’ll tell you how to be a great manager.