It has been a great semester, but now it’s over. I learned a lot about marketing. It’s not just a way to push products onto consumers, it’s a way to highlight mission statements and raise awareness. Marketing is just as important for non-profit’s as it is for big corporations. It’s a vital part of our economy. It’s an important role as a career. I look forward to learning more about marketing as I pursue a degree in business administration, and ultimately obtain my MBA.
So long for now, but I’m sure I will continue posting as I stay involved in the marketing world!
marketing doesn’t always go the was the director and employees dreamed it to. Here are some examples of marketing disasters!
I think it’s safe to say that we all remember the Ice Bucket challenge that stormed our social media this summer. It was a viral marketing campaign that brought awareness to ALS– a disease that a lot of people didn’t know about.
It might have been a fad that annoyed people. You could argue that people were participating who didn’t know or care about the disease. But no matter what negative thing you point out, it was very successful. Below is a webinar about the success of the marketing campaign and the advancements in science.
Everyone knows that words become trendy. We call them “buzzwords” and eventually the became just as annoying as a fly buzzing in your ear. Below are a list of current irritable buzz words
here is a cool list, compiled from around the world, of the best marketing campaigns. I think it’s always fun to see what people in other countries are doing!