5 Tips for a Successful Career in Digital Marketing

Nathan Mendenhall, @NCMSocial We live in a very special time in the marketing industry. Pretty much anyone with internet access can become an entrepreneur or marketer with the right coaching and a thirst for knowledge. 2019 marks the very first year that digital advertising spends (e.g., Facebook, Google, Instagram) in the U.S. will exceed traditional... View Article

How to Prepare For a job Interview

The interview is crucial to getting hired. It is your opportunity to show the company that you are suited for the job. Interviewers will ask questions to evaluate your skills and experience, your ability to perform the job successfully, and how well you fit the company’s culture. To best prepare for an interview, you should... View Article

How To Write a Thank You Letter After Your Interview

Your hard work toward getting a job is not over when the interview ends. Following every interview, etiquette demands that you send a thank you note to your interviewer. Thank you emails are short, polite notes that express your enthusiasm, thank the interviewer for her time, and include any information you may have forgotten to... View Article

How to Find a Job or Internship

No matter what stage you are in your career, or even if you haven’t started yet, finding a job or an internship is difficult. You have to be prepared for a journey. Jobs and internships don’t just fall into your lap, unless you’re unusually lucky, so be proactive. Your next job or internship is out... View Article

Easily Avoidable Mistakes During a Job Interview

Interviewing is a stressful and anxiety-ridden process for a great deal of people. For many companies, the deciding factor in their hiring decision relies on the interview. People make simple mistakes during an interview due to factors such as pressure, stress or lack of preparation. The foundation for a successful interview is to be prepared.... View Article

Real Talk: Is a Cover Letter Necessary?

If you’re thinking about skipping the cover letter, don’t. Your cover letter should always accompany your resume, much like cookies and milk. You cannot have one without the other. This step is¬†extremely important to get a job. It’s your chance to spark the employer’s interest. Written correctly, you will make them want to meet you.... View Article

How to Be Yourself During the Job Interview

You may have written an excellent resume, have the exact skill set the interviewer is looking for and have impressive references. However, if you pretend to be someone you’re not or act unnatural in an interview, you could be crossed off the candidate list. Being natural during an interview can seem difficult at first, but... View Article

How to Write a Winning Cover Letter

If you’re not getting interviews, then perhaps your cover letter is to blame. Even if your resume is put together extremely well, a bad cover letter will knock you off the candidate list. The cover letter is your first impression; it is your sales pitch. You have one page to show your interest in the... View Article

Avoid Pre-Interview Anxiety With These Tips

A job interview is an anxiety-packed, fast-talking, sweaty-hands experience. Unfortunately, the grueling process is necessary to get a job. The best way to prepare yourself for a successful interview is to study popular interview questions and practice your answers. Knowing what to expect in an interview will help you focus and answer effectively. While it... View Article


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