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These Are The Highest Paying Digital Marketing Skills in 2020

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All right, so today we are going
to talk about the highest payingdigital marketing skills
in 2020 and beyond. At least a six figure job that is
considered highest paying or a highpaying job, and unless you live
in San Francisco, then a hundredthousand dollars you are considered
low income, unfortunately, sohighest paying job when it comes to
digital marketing, the number onething that is always in demand is
someone that is not only just agood marketer, but a
good manager as well. Every time I talked to the CEO out
there, they’re always asking heyEric, I’m looking for a VP
of demand generation, a VP ofmarketing, a VP of – it’s always a
VP of marketing in some way, shapeor form. And these VP of marketing’s,
they’ll get paid, you know,100,000, $150,000 plus, sometimes
even up to $500,000 plus, dependingon the company that
you’re working for. If you can somehow marry your
marketing skills with managementskills, that’s where you truly
create leverage because you knowhow to manage people. That’s worth a lot, the fact that
you’re actually good at your joband you can manage people, that’s,
that’s icing on the cake rightthere. So if you can manage to
do that, that’d be great. I recommend reading a book called
the high output management. That’s by the late Andy Grove who
ran Intel and, becoming a goodmarketer just listen to marketing
school or you can just look at thischannel and then you’ll continue
to get stronger at that. The second thing I
would say is paid media. So one of the biggest, the second
biggest thing that people arelooking for is always
paid media managers. These are people that are managing
the Facebook ad accounts or toGoogle Ad accounts to Amazon ad
accounts, Pinterest ad accounts,all these different ad accounts. They know how to be dynamic
with those accounts. And these people are
always in demand. And these can pay anywhere from,
you know, we’re talking on a lowend maybe if you’re starting out,
it could be $35,000 a year up to,you know, over $100,000 per year,
depending on, depending on yourexperience. Now, if you want to be really good,
I would say another high payingdigital marketing job is
an affiliate marketer. Affiliate marketers can be good at
paid media, but they know how tomaybe leverage other people’s email
lists and be creative with the, youknow, their media buys out there
because they know that they’regetting paid on performance. So you know, their vested interest
is to find a campaign that performsreally well. And just do, you know, double down,
triple down, quadruple down on it. So Affiliate marketers are you
know, something, not a lot ofpeople talk about them because I
feel like marketing is kind of adirty word, but if you leverage it
in the right context for the rightcompany. You’re going to be able
to go really far with it. The fourth thing I’ll
say is copywriting. So check out the book, the boron
letters, or check out the bookbreakthrough advertising. But the best copywriters in the
world, they can make over sixfigures for one sales letter
because one sales letter cangenerate a ton of
revenue for a company. Even if you don’t become a really
good copywriter and you just readthese two books, you get
a little better at it. It’s going to take you a long way. It’s going to teach you how to
write good headlines and teach youhow to get people to take an action
from your ad, and that’s going tobe high value because you’re
going to decrease your ad costs. And you’re going to be able to
perform better when it comes to tosales. Now the other thing I’ll say is
when you think about the rolethat’s going to continue to get
bigger is data science, becausepeople talk about machine learning,
AI, they’re talking about all thesedifferent, kind of new
technologies coming out. When you think about technology,
data and technology go hand inhand. So. You know, the best companies are
going to have data scientistscrunching the numbers and crunching
the numbers to draw really goodinsights out, and then be able to
make those, make business decisionsthat are going to drive we’re
talking massive kind of revenuedifferences for the
business in the longterm. So I recommend checking a
company out called data camp. There’s a lot of free data science
courses out there online that youcan just Google as well. But data scientists, I mean, that
role I don’t see going away for awhile. A long time maybe ever. And I think it’s going to
become more and more in demand. Just like engineers were in high
demand and still are in very highdemand. back when, you know, the internet
started becoming a thing and backin maybe an Intel days too, but
data scientists, I think that’sgoing to become bigger and bigger. I remember when I worked with data
scientists, the insights that thatperson drew out, man, they were
killer and he gave me so muchconfidence to move
forward with my campaigns. And it made a world of difference
for us and helped us be really,really profitable. So final thing I’ll say is SEO. Microsoft actually listed SEO as
the number one job in demand or themost useful job, I think over the
next five to 10 years or so, whichI find fascinating cause my
background started in SEO as wellbecause the best entrepreneurs
I know are actually good at SEO. They understand SEO, they
understand business, theyunderstand culture, don’t
understand recruiting. Sure. They understand the other like
paid media and all that too. But you layer it on with the
SEO, you’re playing a completelydifferent game than everyone else. Sure. You know, there’s real
estate moguls out there. They understand, you know, they
have the relationships, theyunderstand where, you know, where
they should be buying a property,what type of property they
should be buying and all that. that’s a lot more competitive. I didn’t want to play there, but
if you understand SEO well on thestrength of a website, you can. Basically say, I’m going to go buy
all these websites, I’m going tocombine them together, and then I’m
going to make, I’m going to makethis giant website that gets a ton
of traffic and I know how to growthe traffic too that is a
very, very strong skill. So you, I mean, that’s a skill
where you can make really goodmoney doing it and eventually
go off and do your own thing. When you become really good at when
you become really good at SEO, allthe SEO is, I’ve known that
work, worked at big companies. They’re now off doing their own
things and you know, I can say it’ssafe to save that. It worked out for them. So let me know in the comments
what you think I missed in terms ofthese high potential
digital marketing jobs. And don’t forget to rate, review
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we’ll see you tomorrow.

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