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  • Google Trends


    Tarsh Partnership Marketing

    Google Trends is a free tool based on the Google search engine that shows how often search terms are entered in various regions and languages. It can show you which topics are trending, lets you compare different terms and displays related queries. Although the tool

  • Writing the perfect marketing CV (Infographic)


    Tarsh Partnership Marketing

    Whether you are writing your very first marketing CV or revamping an existing CV, it can be confusing deciding which information to include and how to structure it. How long should a CV be? What’s the best format to use? Should you include a photo? Our infographic below

  • Mental Health in Marketing


    Louis Williamson

    Today is the start of Mental Health Awareness Week, organised by the Mental Health Foundation each year to help promote awareness and understanding of mental health issues. While marketing may not be as high-stress as some careers, such as health or social care,

  • Why it’s vital to give post-interview feedback


    Adam Tarsh

    Imagine you are a jobseeker who’s just finished interviewing with your company. You’re excited about the role and eager to find out if you’ve made the grade, but you don’t hear anything back for several weeks. Eventually, you may get a generic email telling you that the job

  • Non-Obvious 2018 Edition: How To Predict Trends and Win The Future


    Tarsh Partnership Marketing

    By Rohit Bhargava Rohit Bhargava is a ‘trend curator’, marketing expert and author of five bestselling books. His insights into future trends have been used by some of the biggest companies and brands in the world, including Intel, Under Armour and the World Bank. Non-Obvious

  • How to write the perfect personal statement for a marketing role


    Andrea Forton

    Employers tend to receive large volumes of applications for marketing roles and only spend 8.8 seconds on average to review a CV. Having a strong personal statement right at the top of your CV can really help you to stand out from the crowd. Also

  • Is there really a marketing recruitment crisis looming?


    Adam Tarsh

    The marketing industry looks extremely healthy right now. Marketing Manager has once again been deemed the best job in the UK, the number of marketing vacancies advertised remains high and more people are now employed in the marketing and advertising industry than ever before.

  • Is it too easy to apply for a marketing job?


    Louis Williamson

    Pioneered by Indeed and LinkedIn, the one-click job application button has been rolled out to most job boards and career sites, and movement from Facebook and Google into the jobs market is only likely to make them even more prevalent. The idea behind these buttons is that they

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