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Marketing professionals have the skills and expertise required to identify and implement effective techniques and strategies to attract customers to their company's brand. Marketing professionals include a broad range of roles including brand managers, product managers, business development executives, marketing managers, social media marketing managers and marketing coordinators. The specific tasks that a marketing professional is assigned depend on their exact role within marketing.
A bachelor's degree in a business or marketing related field is the minimum educational qualification required to work in marketing. Marketing professionals must have excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational and customer service skills. They must also understand consumer behavior, product development, marketing concepts and have an eye for branding. Marketing professionals must stay on top of the latest buying trends.
As the role is largely about using your creativity to market your company's products or services, prospective employers will play close attention to this particular aspect. They may ask you to create a marketing plan based on the information they give you. They are also sure to ask you to explain what you like about being a marketing professional and what are your strengths and weaknesses in relation to this particular role. If you mention any weaknesses, you must emphasize that you are working on improving in that area. Before you head out to your interview, go to Mock Questions and check out the interview questions that are listed there. Practicing your replies to these questions can help you be better prepared for your upcoming interview.