Posts Tagged: marketing jobs

5 of the Best Free Marketing Tools

  If you work for a start-up or small business, your marketing budget is probably pretty small. Yet you still need a few powerful tools to effectively market your product or service. Luckily there are many free marketing tools that can make a big impact on your business. Here are 5 of the best free… Read More »

4 Podcasts Every Marketing Professional Should Listen To

  As a marketing professional, part of your job is staying on top of current industry trends. But with heavy workloads, tight deadlines and (hopefully) a personal life, it’s hard to find time to learn every emerging trend is the ever-changing marketing world. Podcasts are a wonderful solution. You can listen to them during your… Read More »

Tips for Finding a Job in Kansas City

  A few weeks ago, we talked about a CareerBuilder survey that found that 21 percent of employees are vowing to find a new job in the New Year. But even though the job market has rebounded in the past few years, finding a new job is easier said than done. If you’re one of… Read More »

21 Percent of Employees Vowing to Find New Job in the New Year

As the New Year kicks off, more than one in five employees have made finding a new job their New Year’s resolution according to a recent survey by CareerBuilder. Of those looking for a new job in 2016, 34 percent said they will accomplish this by regularly looking for a new job even though they… Read More »

Top Advertising and Marketing Jobs for 2014

Looking for a job in advertising and marketing in 2014? You’re in luck. The marketing budget is back off the chopping block for many companies, leading to an increase in opportunities. That said, as one of the top advertising and marketing recruiters in Kansas City, Morgan Hunter knows there are some positions that are far more in… Read More »

5 Rules for Getting Your Social Media Efforts Off to a Great Start

As a staffing firm specializing in filling marketing jobs, Morgan Hunter knows that many of today’s marketing managers have a love / hate relationship with social media. They see the value it offers; but at the same time, they’re overwhelmed by the challenges it poses. For instance, after a day of putting out fires, attending… Read More »

Are You In Marketing? How to Keep Your Job in 2012

Do you want to stay employed for another 12 months? It won’t be easy. Most of you are going to be asked to do better, and differently, in a worse economic environment, with less money. Keeping your job might be tough, so here are four resolutions that can help you stay employed. 1. Stop blindly… Read More »

Social Networks Are Creating New Marketing Jobs

Five years ago, Twitter didn’t exist and Facebook was mostly used among college students as a way to connect with their friends and classmates. Today, Facebook has more than 500 million active users and Twitter reported in April 2010 that new users were signing up at the rate of 300,000 per day. Large companies and… Read More »