Five years ago I started on a journey to learn digital marketing. The this field of marketing is still so new that nobody knew what to call it five years ago. Digital marketers were call online marketers, internet marketers, e-strategists, digital ninjas, and a ton of other names.

There were no degree plans (and still aren’t) that pulled all the skill sets necessary to become an advanced digital marketer. Luckily, by  nature of the subject, much of it was available for free online.

Everything else I found in the books and courses below:

Design

Design Thinking

Visual Communication

 

Technology

Code and WordPress

Software Mastery

High Tech Industry Fundamentals

Marketing

Marketing In General

Digital Marketing Channels, Analytics, and Automation

Direct Marketing

Marketing Psychology

Other Marketing and Career Books That Have Helped

Career

Faith At Work and BAM

Business, General

Leadership Books and Others

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Just updated the design for the LEADintern.com website for Bethany International.

Last summer, I gave up on freelancing. Digital marketing is great work, but it can be all consuming. With all the fancy tools, automation, and time saving devices, you would think it would be easy to manage a few people’s websites and campaigns, but …

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LEAD-Brandboard

Here’s a sneak peek to a refreshed brand identity for the LEAD Internship. New website soon to come …

Holy Grail of eCommerce Conversion Optimization – 91 Point Checklist and Infographic

The Essential Guide to Marketing with Google’s Knowledge Graph

Graphic design has been a handy tool my marketing toolbox, but just a few months ago I decided to let a big project go to …

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This is one of the few books on my shelf that I come back to over and over again. In the 4-Hour Workweek, Tim Ferris capture fresh ideas about job management and business development that only become more helpful to me as I progress in my career. Tim puts the famous Pareto Principle to work for him to generate income and minimizing …

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A few months ago I started a new job at Bethany International as their new marketing director and the journey has been a whirl wind of marketing activities, adjusting to the city life of Minneapolis, and dealing with all the …

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