How to get a fair deal with your company’s marketing department
A year ago, I joined an online marketing company.
My job was to build a marketing strategy and manage content strategy for it.
My main job was on the backend, handling customer service issues.
As a freelance writer, I’d been writing about marketing for about a year, and I was getting a lot of traffic.
But I was also a freelance marketer, and that was an additional challenge I hadn’t faced before.
I was managing a bunch of content, with lots of data points to work with, but it was all written in plain English.
I didn’t know much about marketing.
What I did know was that marketing was very hard.
You have to be smart, and you have to have the right tools, but you also have to make sure that you know the right audience.
I started to think that marketing wasn’t going to be easy, either.
“It’s not about selling,” I said.
“It’s about selling your ideas.”
That was the message of the year-end conference.
I wrote about how marketing isn’t as easy as it seems, and how it takes a lot more than your basic email marketing.
I got lots of emails.
The audience was mostly interested in getting an idea from me.
In the end, I didn, too.
I’d managed to find some clients who were interested in my work.
And then they wanted me to write about marketing, too, because that was the right thing to do.
The goal of this post is to show you how to do it right.
How to be a marketing mastermind This post is not meant to be the definitive guide on how to be an effective marketing strategist.
The point of this is to give you a glimpse into how to take your marketing to the next level.
So, instead of going into a deep dive on every single piece of marketing advice I know, I’ll just outline the three main areas I think marketers should focus on: Content strategy