Need another social distancing-friendly activity to keep you from going stir crazy? Why not use this time to beef up your skill set and make yourself more marketable to employers?
While knitting yet another sweater and finishing a new Netflix series are still worthwhile activities, making use of your time to pick up a skill can help you land a bigger paycheck or set up a side hustle that can earn extra cash for your family. And as far as marketable skills go, few are more useful than digital marketing skills. And luckily, there are many online programs, like the 2020 Complete Digital Marketing for Beginners Bundle, that give you access to industry experts from home.
Taught by respected entrepreneurs and experienced marketers — including Merrill Media CEO Brad Merrill, award-winning MBA professor Chris Haroun, and leading online instructor Evan Kimbrell — this training collection is designed to equip you with the tools and resources needed to succeed in digital marketing.
It comprises 14 courses, each of which trains you to master a unique skill. While you can jump from course to course, a good starting point would be the Social Media Marketing course, which teaches you how to create content that will drive traffic to your site. You can then dive into other facets of digital marketing, including starting and maintaining a YouTube channel, improving rankings via search engine optimization (SEO), creating compelling Facebook ads, building email campaigns via Mailchimp, and growing a massive following on Instagram. There are also courses on how to sell freelance services on Fiverr and techniques on selling items on Mercari. And believe it or not, there’s a course dedicated to teaching you how to leverage the popularity of TikTok.
Build on your skills in digital marketing with this extensive learning bundle. It typically retails for $2,789, but for a limited time, you can get it on sale for only $79.99. The skills you’ll learn and the time you will spend wisely? That’s priceless.
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By Nicole Cord-Cruz