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Is your marketing job still relevant?

Is your marketing job still relevant?

Just when we thought the new role of Martech was up there with new and innovative, the marketing industry just became seriously disrupted.

If you thought your marketing degree would teach you what you need to know to get a job in marketing, think again. While some think that understanding the basis of marketing technologies will give them the edge, it may so for the next year, but after that - forget it.

As an industry, we are about to be completely and utterly turned upside down, and I am proud to say that Marketing Eye is going to be a leader in doing so. We have instigated change through technology developments that surpass what the rest of the industry has invested in to date. Robotics replacing marketers is a given - but what then? What will marketers do? Smart entrepreneurs will give them the freedom to create their own roles, and be more creative, in touch with clients and their industries, and gain greater, more impactual market data to connect clients with customers.

Re-marketing needs to change

If you are anything like me, re-marketing is hap-hazzard. That means who wants the same advertisement for the same company coming up on every single website you visit? I don't. It's a complete turnoff and not only does it turn you off the brand, but the site it is advertised on.

Automating every aspect of marketing is the "now" and the future incorporates more accurate data used to create marketing strategies that deep dive into big data and give insights that have never before been able to be achieved.

Are you ready for change?

Marketing Eye is looking for people to work on our team, with a marketing background, ready for change and capable of bringing something to the table. Free thinking, innovation, flexibility and a sense of what is not reality right now, but could be in the future. 

No-one wants the typical 9 to 5 job. It's outdated. Over-time in agencies is plain stupid. People need to live life, and have balance while creating amazing marketing outcomes for clients that they work for, as well as being able to bring something to the table for the company in which they work.

Be extraordinary 

No-one wants to deliberately be ordinary. Everyone wants a part of extraordinary and we believe that at Marketing Eye, the world is your oyster. You can achieve anything you set your mind to. You have the ability to create change, and deliver the unexpected. Sure it's still an agency with billable hours, but it's a creative and innovative one that is changing every single day.

Come join us in marketing or graphic design, and turn your world upside down - brushing off what you thought you knew and starting from scratch. The collaborative environment will give you the ability to constantly learn and grow and no day will ever be boring. 

Email your CV and why you want to be part of the next generation of marketers and creatives to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



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  • Joyce
    Joyce
    04 Feb 2017

    I completely agree with your statement that "a marketing degree wouldn't teach you what you need to know to get a job in marketing". That is why I'm planning on applying for an internship with you guys to further develop my hard and soft skills as I believe that ‘most learning takes place outside the classroom’. I want to be exposed to the marketing world and interning with you guys will definitely be the stepping stone to give me the exposure and experience I'll need! I'm so excited to hear back from you guys soon!

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  • Tam
    Tam
    02 Jan 2017

    I dream of a creative position, where you can be part of a team to tailor a plan that could potentially change the world. Is marketing like this? I'm only a confuse first year commerce student moving into second year in 2017. I've heard that marketing is a competitive environment, but I want to be the one that stands out from the other marketers out there. So what would be the stepping stones if I want to one day be part of the corporate world in a marketing team?

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