By Rochelle Vaisanen Does the word analytics make you break out in a cold sweat? Do numbers and graphs on the screen make your stomach twist into a… Read more “How To: Get The Lowdown on Google Analytics in Less Than 8 Hours”
Facebook and marketing go hand in hand like chilling and some Netflix. Social media is arguably one of the most important tools when it comes to marketing.… Read more “How to take Advantage of Marketing on Facebook”
Brisbane Talent takes on the world. In an over-saturated marketing world, the following four start-ups are launching Brisbane into the digital and tech industry and are doing… Read more “4 Brisbane Startups”
Padded jackets and pressed slacks used to be universal job interview standard. However, nowadays companies have their own unique and personalised culture and attire standards. For instance,… Read more “Decoding Job Interview Attire: The Media Industry”
Search Engine Marketing (SEM) is now thriving in the digital world of networked communication and big data. But what is SEM and why is it important to… Read more “Video: The Strategy of Search”
Last year the industry of search engine marketing (SEM) was worth $65 billion. As technology continues to grow, and Google continues to be the norm, this phenomenon is unable to be ignored for brand awareness. Search is able to direct online traffic 300% more effectively then social media. Therefore, brands and content creation are focusing on more then just social media platforms. While knowledge of these space are important, media and communications students are required to engage with marketing tactics to ensure employers are effectively covering a digital space. This skill helps improve the employability of media and communications professionals and graduates.
From brainstorming sessions, client meetings, to working on entire campaigns, your first internship is your first step towards a career in your field. I’ve sat down with Philippa Noble, a final year communications student at QUT who has just started at her first internship to find out about her experience on the job.
Coming into my final semester at QUT, I figured it would be about now to start pinpointing the kind of industries I would like to work in… Read more “Interview: Digital Marketing In Sports”
If the most recent of sweeping generalisations paint millennial success as a product of tightly-boxed expectations and an avocado abstinence, then former QUT student Sebastian can attest… Read more “The Power Of Digital: An Interview With Sebastian From AstroBrisbane”
Interviews can be a tremendously nerve-racking experience, especially for those students who are about to graduate or have recently graduated. With the majority of us having little to no experience in the realm of interviews, I have compiled a list with simple Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to interviews.