I cant believe it is already December, time has been flying by. All the college students are pumped because some are graduating and others are getting closer to it. Christmas is near and is one of my favorite holidays. Who doesn’t like getting presents? I would have to say I like giving them more than getting them but others are different. The most exciting thing for me during this time of year is the semester is almost over and as a student we get a nice little 2 week break. This semester was a lot of fun. The class that was the best was my digital marketing one. It taught me so many things I never knew before. The key take a ways were search engine optimization, social media, and Google Adwords. In our class we did a Adwords campaign for a local small business and I learned so many things about what to do and what not to do. I wish I wasn’t so far into my marketing degree because now at the University of Michigan Dearborn they offer the Digital Marketing Degree Program and I would much rather have my degree in that because marketing is moving toward the digital aspect.
Shout out to U of M Dearborn, they have a great business school and now they have the Digital Marketing Degree Program. Please check it out.
This was a very interesting article I stumbled upon the other day, check it out. It is a brief discussion about how much your Facebook page is worth.
This article was found on SEOmoz’s website. Great article on the tips and tricks on how to optimize your webpage with Google’s platform. Check it out
To get the upper hand on the competition in marketing, people should pursue the new digital marketing degree program. One great resume builder is taking the Google Adwords Certification. This basically tells employers that you are a expert on Adwords. The test is only $50 and has 120 questions to it. For more information visit Google and type in Adwords Certification.
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