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4 Skills to Look For When Hiring a Marketing Manager By Dom Nicastro

The 5,000-plus marketing technologiesare useless without good marketing managers behind them implementing successful campaigns. But many can attest that it isn’t easy getting the right fit into the door. The industry includes plenty of competition for marketing managers for your organization. The number of jobs available for marketers seem astronomical. Lisa Schneider, chief digital officer at Merriam-Webster, wrote in the The Hired Guns she always looks for marketers with creativity and initiative. “It’s great if you can do what your manager tells you to. It’s even better if you can spot an issue, generate a solution, and bring that to the table on your own,” she wrote.

What should you look for in a marketing manager? Here are 4 considerations that our sources say are necessary to be a successful marketer today.

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The 5 Senses of Marketing: How to Utilize Sensory Marketing

by Alicia Williams

Was it the horsepower under the hood, the power train, the transmission or maybe even the entertainment system? Was it the design, the color or the price?

If you’re like most of us, you’ll have answered, “A combination of all of the above.” But did you know your purchase decision was likely influenced by subconscious cues built into the car?

 

7 New Types of Leadership Models for Innovative Thinkers

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Creating Great Content for a Great Website

Define the Purpose of your website

In this segment, you’ll discover how to clearly outline your website objectives, who you’re trying to attract, the unique solutions you offer your prospects and customers and the kinds of features you want on your site…all with the purpose of increasing profits for your business.

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5 Steps to Building a PR Campaign

  1. Identify the story you want to share with the public: What makes it unique, compelling news?
  2. Set your objectives for the press release: for example do you want to announce a new product at your organization or how you are helping save an endangered animal?
  3. Prepare your draft message: Gather your facts…
  4. Write your release (see the example in the resource section)
  5. Submit your release and follow up with a phone call or email: ideally within 5 days of submitting
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