September 24, 2014
The Future of Internet Marketing
BY John Paul Narowski IN Sales and Marketing 0 Comment
Marketers have to be nimble when it comes to these changing times. Businesses need to adapt their needs to the world around them or face possible failure. The future of internet marketing is just one way of embracing the change you might be looking for.
The information sector is expanding all over the world without much hesitation as the endless possibility of jobs in this sector and many other opportunities that will change the workforce and the education level of that workforce. While there may be novelty coverage over laughable careers, the foreseeable jobs are already within range.
1. Marketing Programmer
Sometimes research into key marketing data requires hands to get dirty with scripts or robots to mine data. The larger the need for this marketing data, the larger the efforts will have to be, and could require assembling a team who is equipped to handle this.
In this job, education would have to be much more expansive than the traditional marketing classes. Languages like CSS and HTML allow marketers to create content or funnels while making the page appealing.
2. Content Librarian
With the growth of content marketing, content will need to be maintained, procured, and continuously intertwined to be a living and breathing wealth of knowledge. They will be the scribes that give order to the private blogs scattered around the tech industry. It’s anyone’s guess as to how this job will take shape, or even if it will be a major part of the duties played out everyday.
Content librarians are needed when content becomes a massive undertaking. With content that dates back a year or more comes the challenge of tackling broken links, for example. A librarian would have to tend this content to make certain that your content is the best it can be.
3. Graphics Librarian
This is a bit like the content curation, except the duty of the graphics librarian would be to have access to stock photos that are curated, up-to-date, and to maintain the rights of all graphics used. Graphics librarians could also be graphics creators, utilizing everything from JPEG to GIFs.