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Today almost every brand has made it a mandate to have an on-line presence for itself. Whether it be a billion dollar organization or a 2 week old start-up dreaming of becoming a billion dollar company someday, they all have made it a point to use Digital Marketing to its full potential. When everyone is familiar with the term, many people still know it as posting content once a day on Facebook, Twitter or G+. Some are stuck on what to do for their brands while others simple don’t know where to start.

On the other side there is a good number of Traditional Marketers as well as students who aspire to adapt and build a career in Digital Marketing and then again lack the right kind of resources to get some information from.

CareerBuilder India initiated a Tweet Chat session on its Twitter Handle to help Traditional as well as new fresh Marketers with getting answers to all their queries regarding careers in the digital world.

Mr. Pradeep Chopra – CEO and Co-founder of Digital Vidya, one of the leading Digital Marketing training organizations in India and Mr. Aashish Chopra – One of the biggest Viral Video Marketers in India, a Lead Trainer at Digital Vidya were the guest speakers in the session.

For those who missed the event, here are some of the topics answered by both our speakers that might help you as well.

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Where to start from as an Organization ?

 

Most important skill to be a Digital Marketer ?

 

 

Who will benefit the most ?

 

What are AdWords ?

 

Perfect Facebook Post.

 

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How to generate maximum revenue from Digital Marketing ?

 

 

Traditional Vs Digital Marketing.

 

 

Skills that Companies look.

 

 

What is SEO and is it still useful ?

 

Scope for Writers.

 

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Focus in 2015 ?

 

 

Designing and Digital Marketing.

 

Email Marketing Vs AdWords

 

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