Learn the marketing skills to back up your products
This bundle includes eight courses on some of today’s top digital marketing channels, giving you the knowledge you need to use them effectively.
While you may be most concerned about the future of tech this year, it’s important that tech founders don’t overlook the value of sales and marketing skills. After all, it’s one thing to create a great product, but it won’t do you any good if no one uses it. Increasing awareness of your product and growing its user base is key to scaling, and if you need a little help with digital marketing, The 2022 Certification Pack for Social Media and Digital Ads is a good starting point.
This bundle includes eight courses on some of today’s top digital marketing channels, giving you the training you need to leverage them effectively. You will learn from digital marketing instructor Faisal Ahmed Siddiqui (instructor rating 4.1/5), an entrepreneur who has worked with over 50 multinationals, brands, companies and business partners. Siddiqui has managed over $1.5 million in marketing spend over the past decade in industries as diverse as fast food, fashion, real estate and news.
In these courses, Siddiqui will teach you proven methods for a range of marketing channels. You’ll learn how to scale social media marketing by understanding important stats, harnessing the impact of positive reviews, and learning how to build an audience persona. You’ll do specific deep dives into Instagram and Twitter before focusing on your website redesign. Siddiqui will help ensure that your site and landing pages are fully SEO optimized for the topics and keywords you want and technically up to scratch. And, of course, you’ll also take a crash course in Google Ads to learn how to earn passive income while scaling.
Get your business off the ground in 2022. Right now you can get The 2022 Certification Pack for Social Media and Digital Ads for just $34.99 (normally $1,600).
Prices subject to change.
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