I have to be honest that I'm not really feeling this career. I've been doing this for 2 years. What are the most logical jumps I can make? Have you ever heard of going into creative work from media?
What's your favorite to channel to work with? I personally really like digital because the feedback loop is so condensed. It feels good to be able to point to performance for clients.
I'm interested in using my skills for a presidential campaign - I know they buy tons of media. Has anyone ever done this?
Volunteering to help a local non-profit with digital marketing. Anyone have experience building a campaign with zero budget? Not sure how to set goals- not used to working with limited budgets
In case interviewing wasn't stressful enough, some tips on the PERFECT thank you note: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/writing-perfect-thank-you-note-weng-cheong/
My annual review is coming up and I want to ask for a promotion and raise. First time doing this. Looking for resources to prep- thanks!
You heard it here first: watching tv can restore psychological benefits - https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/01/smarter-living/guilty-pleasures-no-such-thing.html
Interesting perspective on agencies vs. bringing media talent in-house: https://www.campaignlive.com/article/wpps-mark-read-in-housing-clients-underestimate-agency-talent-challenges/1577579
How much have you heard of Media Buyers making at companies in the tech space? I'm thinking about leaving my market research company.