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The advent and increased use of the internet has made it possible for people in sales and marketing careers who were previously restricted to traditional jobs in an office environment, to begin working at as marketing freelancers. Individuals with creativity, drive, and a good work ethic can find jobs online marketing as long as they employ the right planning and research, and have the relevant education to back them up.

In the world of traditional employment, a person interested in eventually pursuing sales marketing jobs was expected to first obtain a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in business, marketing, or related field. Because many online marketing jobs do not have such stringent job requirements for a person trying to secure jobs online marketing, it is easy to assume that this requirement no longer applies. However, education still gives one the competitive edge online. A freelancer with little experience but a good education is more likely to be hired than a freelancer with little experience and no education.

After one has obtained the necessary education, it's time to determine what sort of freelance sales marketing jobs will best suit them. If a person has previous experience in the marketing field, he or she will have an easier time finding their niche. Some marketing jobs involve a great deal of graphic design, while others require a copywriter to develop press releases and write-ups with a sales pitch.



In addition, many companies are nowadays looking for ways to run a successful direct-mail campaign without securing the expensive services of an entire marketing firm. This would be the perfect opportunity for a marketing freelancer to obtain some experience and start developing their career. Sometimes a company simply needs someone to compose and distribute letters to current and prospective clients.

Once a candidate has an idea of the direction he or she would like to take their marketing career, it is time to do some searching. This is where one must truly harness the power of the internet. Using a simple search engine, a prospective employee can find hundreds of job postings online for freelancers, both for short-term and long-term projects, and for projects that require no face-time at the employer as well as those that require regular on-site visits. The candidate should also be sure to join a freelance job board and post his or her current resume there to entice potential employers.

Once the first few jobs are booked and completed to the employer's satisfaction, a freelance marketing professional will find that subsequent jobs are much easier to obtain. The freelancer should keep in regular contact with former employers so that if they have another job available, they are naturally inclined to hire the same employee again. Additional jobs frequently come from colleagues of people who have successfully used a freelancer's services, so maintaining good business relationships is integral to a person's continued success as a freelance marketing professional.
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