DAY IN THE LIFE OF A DIGITAL MARKETING SPECIALIST digital marketing

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สิ่งที่ทำงานใน Marketing จริงๆ ดูเหมือน การทำงาน 9-5 อาจแตกต่างไปจากที่บางคนอาจคาดหวัง ฉันกำลังนำคุณเข้าสู่ชีวิตในแต่ละวันของฉันในฐานะผู้ร่วมการตลาด หากคุณกำลังจะเข้าสู่การตลาดหรือแค่อยากรู้ว่างานในองค์กรเป็นอย่างไร ให้ค้นหาและค้นพบ! #dayinthelife #digitalmarketingassociate #dayinthelifeofamarketingassociate แสดงความคิดเห็นว่านี่คือสิ่งที่คุณคาดหวังให้งานการตลาดมีลักษณะเช่นนี้! Xx อย่าลืมกดติดตาม 🙂 สารบัญ 0:05 กิจวัตรยามเช้า 3:46 ระหว่างทางไปทำงาน 4:26 มาแล้ว! 5:07 วันของฉันเริ่มต้น 6:21 เวลาอาหารกลางวัน 7:11 กลับจากอาหารกลางวัน 8:04 คำอธิบายงานและสรุปวัน: ลิงก์ตามหัวข้อ: ดนตรีโดย Grant Schaffer – Pineapple – เพลงโดย ninjoi – ฉันจะไปไหนดี – ดนตรีโดย Mark Generous – เมแกน – ดนตรีโดย MYSM – ซอฟต์ครีม – .

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  1. Hey great video, I’m a music artist just wondering if you have any suggestions on how to find some affordable people to help market my music or if you know of any.

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  2. Not usually one to shit on peoples videos we didn't see any sort insight into your role in Digital Marketing. This is basically a day in the life of a girl with a job.

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  3. Hi Natalia, I am from India. I am so glad I found your channel. I, myself am interested in Marketing and hoping to get into a B school to specialise in it. I have a one year experience in content creation and content marketing. What would you suggest me to read/ do to explore other areas of Marketing Or is it better to stick to a particular area like Email Marketing Or Content Marketing?

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  4. I am working in one of the biggest digital agencies in Europe. Me and my college run Social media ads, financing, Google ads, planning, influencers, invoicing, Direct media buy, native projects, PR articles for over 50 clients. That is some Crazy work atmosphere and in the same time so much joy and laughter that it is unbelieveble. Anyway we are among the top 1% in Europe regarding work pressure and quantity of tasks on single person- but that is why we are the best.

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  5. So communicating between the newsletters team & graphic designers…was there anything else that you do…? Like do you coordinate marketing schedules, manage social media campaigns, customer outreach, EDM designs, analytics analysis/recommendations, etc? It would have been great to see more of your actual responsibilities rather than "I tell the graphics designers to make our banners/promotions and then give it to the newsletter team to send off xD"

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  6. I chose Digital Marketing for my Higher Studies & the classes are about to begin……So excited for it…..Glad I found this Video ! It's really good to watch & you were freakin Awesome ❤️ !

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  7. Super video to get a feel for what digital marketing is like,

    Have a dilemma and would like to hear your input if it isn’t any trouble. (I’ll try to keep it short so it doesn’t feel like work😅)

    The university I’m applying to has two marketing programs. One is a communications degree, other is business economy degree.

    The communications one teaches a lot of the creative aspects that drew me to marketing in the first place collaborative projects, graphic design. Aswell as professional writing and communication. Which I feel is an important real word skill. But
    It lacks any economy or analysis class.

    The marketing economy programme on the other hand, lacks all the creative parts nor does it have professional writing. But a lot of economics, data and analysis.

    The communications degree seems to teach the skills most useful for the positions I want to apply for (PR, working with graphics on a campaign) Still I know the analysis is a big part of any marketing position.

    Basically my question is, how much would the lack of analysis and economy matter for those types of positions, Would the communications degree seem unserious to employers.

    End of the day it’s working in marketing that I’m after, so you can answer honest.

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