With the creation of the internet there is a great deal of information on any topic or subject you can think of. There are many people generous enough to share marketing tips and tricks or even career advice. Resources are your friend and we will strive to provide the best links for you to explore and excel!
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- With the creation of the internet there is a great deal of information on pretty much any topic or subject you can think of. There are many people generous enough to share marketing tips and tricks or even career advice. Resources are your friend and we will strive to provide the best links for you to explore and excel!
If you haven’t already created a LinkedIn account already please take advantage of one the best professional networking sites on the internet. Linked in allows you to expand your network and reach out to important people. There is also many pages that post very helpful tips and advice in every range of business. Another advantage to having a LinkedIn account it the ability to find jobs and internships all in one site.
Fast company is quite different from your average advice or guidance website in that they have everything from designing to becoming a stronger leader. They really have great articles on trends and new products to keep you on the cutting edge of everything. If you click the feature tab on the site they have a many sections to really help grow your skills. They even have a section filled with useful applications and hacks to cut time and provide great results. Here are just a few selections from the many they have on their website and please feel free to explore and digest as much information possible.
From big ideas like balancing work and life to small, everyday choices, we discover how talented people are so effective at what they do.
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Creative dialogue can reinvent your business, your brand, and your career. Join Fast Company on a multi-platform exploration of the art of conversation.
PepsiCo also has a good amount of helpful resume and interview tricks to really put you ahead of the next person. It’s great information and its really nice that a company is telling you how to get the best results on landing a job with their company.
Career Bliss is an amazing website with a great amount of information on careers you want to go into with every company in the business. Career bliss provides information on job salaries and even has a section dedicated to reviews from real employees to show you how great of a company it is to work for. Another great addition to the Career bliss website is the fact they have a tips and trends sections that will keep you in the loop with news, writing tips, interview tips and a ton of other advice. Take some time out of your day to investigate this site in its entirety.
Entrepreneur.com has a tremendous amount of information on marketing. They have a good deal of articles on creating a great marketing plan. The site also has helpful advice and guidance on market researching and essential marketing materials. The amount of information and articles is outstanding and would take days to cover everything. Definitely take a look at the site and spend a few hours clicking through it
One of the great things about the American Marketing Association is having a great national website that provides resources, benefits, podcasts, white papers and a ton more for its members. Taking advantage of the podcasts and webcasts are really helpful because they help enlighten everyone on growing trends, social media and how to’s. They also have many different speakers so it’s all new and covers different topics and won’t be the same boring things. Here are a few interesting webcasts of the many on the site.
Is Marketing the New Sales? Or, Is Sales the New Marketing?
Just a few short years ago, traditional marketing departments were focused on brand building, and sales did their own prospecting. Then the world became digital and buyers changed how they bought, changing the roles of marketing and sales forever. Technology is tearing down the wall between sales and marketing – and the barriers between the customer and the company. Today, simple questions pose troublesome answers: Whose job is it to send an email? In a company that has sales and marketing departments aligned around the common goal of revenue, the answer is: It depends on where the buyer is on the journey.
Presenter: Janelle Johnson, Director of Deman Generation, Act-On Software
- How to Track the Buyer as They Move Through the Funnel
- Changes and Growth Spurred By Technology
- Key Gains From Sales and Marketing Alignment
It’s Time to Get Serious about Your Job Search
There are two major issues for most job seekers today. They lack the strategy and structure to plan and execute a successful job search. In this presentation, Tim will share his philosophy and methods to solve these two problems … by asking critical questions. Get ready for an upbeat, provocative and engaging session that will leave you with a new energy to find that next job!
Presenter: Tim Tyrell-Smith, Tim’s Strategy
Materials: HeadStrong EBook
- 10 Most Important Word for Job Search Success
- The Essential Need for Structure and Strategy During a Job Search
- The Importance of Confidence and a Positive Attitude Along the Way
- The “I’m Not Kidding” Need to Get Out of the House Everyday
Managing Your Boss: The Impact of Manager Personality and Style on Employee Performance?
Has a manager ever been the reason you quit a job? Having a good relationship with one’s boss is an influential factor in whether employees stay with a company. Maritz conducted a survey to determine whether certain personalities made better managers than others. They asked employees which of the following six supervisor personality types characterized their boss: Respected Professional, Caring Mentor, Win-At-Any-Cost, Taskmaster, Likeable Loser, and Glad-Hander. Maritz found that the personality of a manager has an impact on employee turnover, employees’ overall satisfaction with the company, and the willingness of employees to recommend the company to a friend as a place of work. A manager’s personality can affect consumers as well. Managers who care about their employees will also care about the customer.
Author: Rick Garlick
White Paper: Managing Your Boss
Podcasting: What it is and What it Can Do for You
Podcasting is hot new technology and a lot of organizations are taking advantage it or wondering how they can use it to their benefit. Without a doubt, this new audio medium holds lots of potential for a wide variety of audiences and purposes, making it well worth exploring. This paper will explore the basics of podcasting for the beginner. It will give you a nice overview of the technology and how it works as well as providing you with some examples on how your organization could best implement its own podcast series.
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Marketers
Podcasting is hot new technology and a lot of organizations are taking advantage it or wondering how they can use it to their benefit. Without a doubt, this new audio medium holds lots of potential for a wide variety of audiences and purposes, making it well worth exploring. This paper will explore the basics of podcasting for the beginner. It will give you a nice overview of the technology and how it works as well as providing you with some examples on how your organization could best implement its own podcast series. Get in on this series of talks and article!
Habit #1:: Get Your Bearings
Habit #2: Challenge Conventional Approach to Targeting
Habit #3: Take a Stand – Make Your Brand Stand for Something
Habit #4: Invest in Early Implementation Planning
Habit #5: Select the Most Profitable Product, Not the Most Appealing
Habit #6: Apply Big Picture Shopper Insights All Along the Path to Purchase
Habit #7: Embrace a Continuous Improvement Approach to Marketing Planning