Content marketing already addresses a variety of needs and objectives for different departments. Sales teams use content to bolster pitches and improve client relationships. Brand managers turn content into goodwill and authority. Recruiters attract top talent by publishing content in places where the best candidates spend their time online. The possibilities are endless — and now, a new avenue is opening up.
Entrepreneurs can have all sorts of backgrounds, with any amount of education—but in today’s complex legal environment, many choose to first get a degree in business management. Courses in marketing, communications, economics and law all help to increase the chances of a successful business launch. Experience among entrepreneurs varies a great deal; many start with small business ventures even before finishing high school.
Advertising account managers typically require a bachelor’s degree in marketing, advertising, or journalism. Other important college courses will include visual art and graphic design, persuasive communication, market research, and consumer behavior. Before managing accounts, managers will have several years experience in researching, designing and purchasing ads, often getting their initial experience as an intern between (or during) semesters in school.