In today’s age, it is hard to separate digital strategy and data. You can’t have one without the other. Creating a digital strategy without clear data is like turkey without mashed potatoes and gravy (hey, we’re getting close to Thanksgiving, can you blame us?).
Unemployment rates are soaring. Over 23.1 million Americans have filed for unemployment. That’s an unemployment rate of 22.5%, which is shy of the 25.6% mark during the Great Depression (Fortune).
We recently connected with Michael McDowell, Innovation Partnerships Manager, at RB. Michael has had an amazing career. He has seen the growth of the Internet and the ways in which technology has shifted business.
Embarking on a job search can be intimidating, exhausting and downright overwhelming. As recruiters, we don’t like to think about it ourselves! The unknown can be scary. But we are here to help!
We know digital marketing well. We started our careers in digital marketing, we’ve run digital marketing teams, we been project managers, strategists and designers and now we recruit digital marketing talent for companies. And if there’s one thing we’ve learned over our 15+ years of experience, it’s that digital project management is tricky.