What is Digital Marketing? Digital marketing is the promotion of products or brands via one or more forms of electronic media. It differs from traditional marketing in that it uses channels and methods that enable an organization to analyze marketing campaigns and understand what is working and what isn’t – typically in real time. Digital . . .
What is Digital Marketing? Digital marketing refers to advertising delivered through digital channels such as search engines, websites, social media, email, and mobile apps. First popularized as a term in the early 2000’s, digital marketing has actually been around much longer. However, this format existed years before popularized. The first person to use it was . . .
IMAGE SOURCE: Pixabay, public domain. With a degree in marketing, you can develop the skills to attain a high-paying and exciting career in the field of business. What Is Marketing? As a college major, marketing is the study of how to promote an organization and its products or services. The field combines courses in business . . .
Information technology (IT) is the backbone of technology. This skill set isn't so much about making new software, but rather how it runs on our existing devices. It's also a great segue into lucrative and in-demand careers such as cyber security. If you love computing, and want to make a tangible difference in whatever organization . . .
Civil engineers are like the civil servants of problem solving. How do you control erosion in parks? How do you balance the interests of two types of fisherman when constructing a dam? What sort of bridge can safely provide transit throughout the year in tough weather conditions? If you loved Legos or building structures when . . .
Food defines a people. And for certain individuals, there's never any doubt they want to work with food. The good news is that culinary fields can yield great opportunities in many different settings. Even the smallest of towns have kitchen manager and chef jobs. If you find yourself drawn towards culinary school, but are also . . .
"Traditional" students proceed to college directly after high school, potentially followed by graduate school soon afterwards. In today's world, degrees are more flexible. With many degree programs actually focused on providing degrees for "non-traditional" students. Many non-traditional students work while they attend school, or have taken a noteworthy amount of time off from school and . . .