Any Business Affairs folk looking to make a move down to Florida and work for the mouse?
Quick survey ...
How many of you are acting as Business Affairs Manager, Talent Manager AND Traffic Manager?
Or do you have someone else at your agency doing talent and traffic?
Is it concerning if a recruiter is dancing around giving you an offer? or is it just busy bc of Q4, coordinating teams, start dates, and covid?
Quitting a week after you just start a job. Advice or thoughts? Anyone quit or have had someone quit on your team?
When building a new brand, who is the actual client? Who has the final say? Who should you really listen to if no one is taking the lead? The president of the company, the original owner, the financial money partner, the third party manager? Everyone seems to have a voice, but the main contact is the underling gathering and offering their own opinion, which strangely seems to be the most on point. How do you handle this type of situation?
Who is taking advantage of NIL and helping athletes monetize their social media and how are you doing it?
We are doing the following...
1. We pay everyone at a rate of 50% of the revenue generated by the content you share with your followers on the app.
2. We have transparency of analytics.
3. E-commerce. Walmart, Amazon etc
4. Live streaming using Dolby tech.
5. HUGE partnerships!
Why give it away when we pay you?
When family/friends comes over, and generally speaking, nobody is really paying attention to the tv, what do you put on the TV as background noise (sports, news, food network, TV show, TV off, etc)?
Hey hello :) would anyone be able to refer me to Pwc Ireland? I open to do a zoom call and chat about my experience anytime!
For all of you in Tech Sales, curious how the quarter is coming along so far and do you see any challenges ahead for the remainder of the year?
Good questions to ask at onboarding lunch on first day as mid level lateral in specialty Corp?
I can manage my classroom better if I don’t respond to emails outside of office hours. This gives my mind a break and by consequence refreshes me for the next day. It also sets a boundary.
I used to think my hometown was boring, but after being deployed for six months, there's genuinely no other place I would rather be in. Does that happen often? I moved to my hometown again and feel happier and at peace.
Has anyone tried one of those Special Experiences at the San Deigo Zoo? I was thinking about the wild about cats or the early morning experience. Just wondering if anyone has tried these and if they are worth the money?
I am planning to switch. What package range should one expect with 10 years of experience in SAP FICO module. Current package is 21 and having a HR negotiation with a MNC bank
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I’ve found myself becoming a bit cynical after working in marketing for such a long time, can anyone relate?
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We are looking to restructure our marketing team (B2B IT services) and one of the questions I have is: how does recruitment marketing / employer branding fit into the marketing team?
Over the last year EB and RM have become increasingly larger parts of our team’s work, but it’s not part of the marketing commercial targets (just helping recruitment meet their targets). Are they completely separate in your company? Or part of the team and if so how?
Hi! I started at a new company 2 months ago and while I’m really enjoying my job so far, I’m having a hard time gauging whether or not I’m doing a “good job.” My role seems to be always evolving, which is fine and I actually enjoy being a support to the greater marketing team, but I feel like I need better defined targets to make sure I’m meeting expectations. Also, when I ask my boss what they’d like to see, I don’t ever get a clear answer. (Cont’d in comments)
When did search engine optimization become so complicated? It used to be so easy—you just had to get your site on Google and Bing and people would find it. Now there are things called “social media marketing” and “tiktok marketing” that seem like they require a whole team of professionals and a budget in the hundreds of thousands of dollars! What happens when small businesses can’t afford those kinds of things?
I have been a head of marketing for the last 10 years. 9 of those for a B2B/B2C company with $350M annual revenue. The last year and a half, I have been the head of marketing for a VC backed company with $90M annual revenue. I was contacted by a recruiter for a CMO role for a $80M VC backed company.
A question a friend asked me left me thinking. The question was: am I ready for the next level?
What am I not thinking about? I have done the job for larger companies.
I have a second interview for a marketing specialist position today. Any tips? I’m in sales right now looking to change my career to marketing.
Hi all! I work in digital marketing / organic social. For those in organic social what platform do you use for scheduling posts, analytics, UGC, managing influencers etc? We currently use bizzare voice/curalate. I work for a national retail brand so we are posting 2x a day with tons of UGC and in house content. Your thoughts and opinion are appreciated with all platforms! :)
Hey I was informed my position was eliminated due to corp restructure. I am a marketing vet with 10 years diverse experience from social to email and both b2b and b2c marketing. I also am about to complete my mba. I love to tell a brands story. Looking for a position at a people first company marketing manager positions or above in Atlanta or remote thanks for your help.
It feels like my pay and title are lower than my scope of duties. I manage Youtube channels and do all strategy, planning, talent management, rework content for socials, reporting, graphic design, + a bunch of other stuff. Do you think I should be something like Video Content Manager? A Strategist maybe? My company doesn't have career pathing & I think they'd be happy to keep giving me more work with the same pay. TIA!!
Have you ever been reached out to by a recruiter about a position that is not really in your wheel house? It’s part of my job but not the entirety of my job. I’m an ABM and this position was marketing content manager - lots of video shoots, commercials etc. if you were - did you interview for it knowing it’s not really your strong suit?
Graphic designer moving into Art director role. Want to grow skill set. What’s more future proof? SEO/google analytics or UX design?
Has anyone had experience in both the nonprofit and corporate sectors? Most of my experience in college was with nonprofits but I’m currently working in corporate retail. There are a lot of things I miss about the nonprofit sector and I am considering about making the move back but want to weigh my pros and cons. I am one year out of grad school so any knowledge regarding how to navigate the workforce as a newbie is welcomed. Thank you!
I am a creative designer/animator with a leading medical tech company with 6 yrs exp and based in NY. Currently looking for new roles because of relocation requirement at my current role. Any tips or referrals would be really appreciated. TIA!
I did it. I went down the rabbit hole… let me explain. I’m in the third round of interviews for a digital marketing manager job and I have to present a 20 minute strategy on how I would create a new marketing plan for a new section of their business. I’m not really worried because I had an amazing 45 minute interview with the Marketing Director, but reading stuff online saying that these companies just stole their ideas has me worried. What should I do?
Anyone with leads / opportunities at your respective companies in Digital Marketing? 8+ years experience here across various aspects of digital (content, seo, ppc, automation: salesforce pardot, marketo, etc) Currently a manager at an Agency in BC, Canada. Looking for a consulting / agency kind of role!! Appreciate any help! Much thanks!!
Have you interviewed for a job where you haven’t even spoken to the recruiter? At this company I’ve dealt with the interview scheduler, hiring manager and even a panel for my second interview with the director and another senior manager…but no recruiter.
I reached out, but still nothing…so I don’t even know the real comp, benefits or specifics of this job. Has anyone encountered this? I’m thinking I’d speak to the recruiter once an offer is made.
I am in discussions with a firm about creating a business development role and they are asking me my salary requirements. I currently do BD/marketing but am curious if my current salary is on par, low or high. What is your salary and what is your level (director, manager, etc), industry and region? Thanks!
In my company I do most things. I am just a copywriter for a marketing agency but I've been tasked with many other things, including video editing, which I've never done. I'm sure someone quit recently but they don't want to say who it was yet, they're scared other people may wanna quit too.
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