Why Study Marketing?

Many students enter college not knowing what they want to study, nonetheless, what they want to do for the rest of their lives. I was different.

 

In high school, Seymour High School that is, I decided to take a marketing class my sophomore year. I never thought that it would change my outlook on careers.

 

After that year, I interviewed to become the promotional manager for the school store, The ThunderZone. I created promotions in display cases, newspapers, flyers, and promotions at sporting events. Since I was a junior that year, I decided to apply again for a marketing manager position. This time, I applied for general manager. This position was more of a responsibility and it was my job to look over all of the other managers as well as the marketing students that worked in the school store. 

 

For my senior year, I received the position as general manager. I enjoyed every aspect of the process that The ThunderZone went through: the designs of apparel, ordering, displaying, and selling the products. I knew that this is what I wanted to study further and get a career in. 

 

And now here I am, studying marketing in hopes of finding my future career in that field.

Using Instagram to Grow Your Blog or Personal Brand

An interesting thought.

The Daily Post

Some of you may not use Instagram as actively as others, but even if you’re not an addict of the app, it might offer a new outlet to build your blog and personal brand. After all, your blog is just one aspect of you — if you’re on Instagram, perhaps you can find ways to bridge these two networks and grow your online presence.

Lead new visitors to your blog

Instagram profileThe simplest thing you can do? Include your WordPress.com blog URL in your Instagram bio, so app users can poke around on (the mobile version of) your site.

But let’s say you’re a food blogger, and you post pictures of the delicious meals you’ve whipped up, courtesy of the recipes on your blog. Why not mention in a comment that users can prepare these plates themselves by visiting your blog? (It’s worth noting that currently, URLs in Instagram comments

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