Top Tips for Graduates Looking to Start A Career in Digital Marketing

Posted By on May 1st, 2019 in Digital News

Are you a recent graduate looking to start a career in Digital Marketing? Well, there’s no better time than the present! The industry is constantly evolving and it’s an exciting space to be in – with constant new advancements, opportunities to grow and unlimited learning potential – you’ll never be bored.

Here’s some tips to get you started,

1. Do your homework

There are a wide range of digital marketing jobs out there – so it’s a good idea to research and identify which area you’d like to pursue. Think about your interests, what you’ve studied and where you think you’d really excel.

You’ll probably be asked questions about your ambitions in an interview, so it’s always good to be prepared. It’s also great to have a look online and identify the most in-demand roles and skills.

2. Stay updated

The industry is constantly changing – the major players such as Google and Facebook regularly release new updates and algorithms which you’ll be expected to keep up with as you progress in your career.

Try to follow blogs and attend events to stay on top of the latest changes. If you can get in the habit of early on, it’ll only benefit you going forward.

3. Get Networking!

Networking is valuable throughout your career – no matter which
field you end up in.

Try and surround yourself with industry experts, reach out to people on LinkedIn and even attend events and conferences to meet like-minded professionals. Not only will you be able to learn from these people – they may even help you find the perfect role you’re looking for!

4. Get Certified!

If you really want to stand out from the crowd – get certified!

Aside from your degree, there are plenty of free online courses offered by both Google and Facebook that can differentiate you from the rest. Not only will you gain valuable knowledge to get you started, but it’ll also show your employer that you’re eager to proactively learn and develop.

Keeran Gill Administrator
HR Manager , Bruce Clay MENA