The SJFC AMA Blog
The latest news, trends and events in the marketing world.
What marketing strategies stick out to consumers? According to studies done by Red Crow Marketing, the average consumer is faced with between 4,000 and 10,000 ads a day. If you’re in a world of marketing directly to these consumers, the one question that should jump to mind is which strategies, in particular, will stick out?
As our chapter looks to continue our success and grow in the upcoming years, we sought guidance from schools like Carnegie Mellon University, Rowan University, Texas Southern University, and Northwestern Ohio University, who were all ranked in the Top 5 Small Chapters of AMA in 2016.
There are so many opportunities to network at the American Marketing Association International Collegiate Conference and it starts with listening.
The power of networking can truly go a long way. In the case of chapter leaders at the 39th annual American Marketing Association International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, this proves to be especially true.
No matter how old you are or what stage of your life you’re in, managing your time has become something you can always improve on. The classic saying, “there aren’t enough hours in the day” is something we know all too well.
College courses are a tool that allow you to gain the knowledge and insight necessary to succeed in a particular field. The problem with college courses is that they don’t simulate real life experiences that take place in an organization.
As marketing majors, most of us know that the most important thing we can sell is ourselves. We need to talk the talk and walk the walk that our future employers want to see.
A lot goes into a marketing plan for a product or service, and there are a lot of misconceptions about what marketing really is and how it works in the professional world.
A personal brand demonstrates you understand your true self and allows you to form better connections with people.
On November 11th, members of the board for the club took an adventure to Philadelphia’s Temple University to enhance our professional development skills.