Empowering Clients To Create Their Own Marketing Strategy
How do you make the most of your marketing budget? What systems should your company invest in? Where should you start with this year's marketing strategy? How do you set SMART marketing goals that will positively impact the bottom line of your business? What content should you write that will engage with your target audience? Our recruitment marketing mentorship will help you answer all of these questions among others. ThinkinCircles’ mentoring program will empower you to build a marketing plan that will support your business goals. This service is ideal for marketers that are new to the recruitment industry, for solo-preneurs who need expert coaching, or for recruitment businesses with small teams who want to run their own marketing but lack the in-house expertise.
You’ll learn how to create a marketing strategy for your business, how to deliver that strategy, how to run your department on a day to day basis, how to hit your business goals, and how to overcome all the usual issues marketing can face in recruitment. ThinkinCircles has a team of experienced recruitment marketers who understand the dynamics of the recruitment industry. Our mentorship program will provide you with a dedicated marketing mentor who has run departments, and is at a senior level in their career.
You will have time every week for guidance, training, discussion and feedback with your mentor (approximately 1 hour). Though, your mentor will always be on hand to answer urgent questions via email, or WhatsApp. The goal is to empower you to be the best marketer possible, so you'll definitely come away with homework!
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