Are you a college student who wonders if you’re learning the right things about marketing? Here are a few things that I wish I learned while in your shoes.
It’s September and starting to be a little cooler outside (at least in the midwest). I can’t remember the last time it was in the 60’s all day, but I’m not complaining about a nice break from and possibly an end to sweltering summer temperatures that characterized the last few months.
This past weekend, I was at my local Bureau of Motor Vehicles branch registering my car at my new address. This meant getting new plates. In Indiana, you have the option of getting a standard plate or getting a premium plate that is sponsored by a particular university or organization that operates in the state.
Take it from me. I’ve been there, done that. Each of these tips are proven to work. Remember that graduating early isn’t for the faint of heart. It takes hard work that most people aren’t willing to do. But if you’re willing to put in the work, here ya go:
Yesterday, Purdue University, my soon to be alma mater, announced that it will be launching a new branding strategy during this weekend’s homecoming festivities called “Makers, All.” This new campaign is leaving many people puzzled as to what the point of the campaign is, what it means, and why it is necessary.
Implementing a new idea can be very risky, especially when it will impact something of significant value. Quite frequently there is no model or data available to predict what will happen when you implement. Oftentimes you will have to seek input on an idea elsewhere or rely on your own intuition to guess the outcome.