Tutor profile: Kayla H.
Subject: Professional Development
Explain the importance of networking as it pertains to an entry level professional, mid-career professional, and senior level professional.
Entry Level - Networking in the beginning stages of your career are essential to meeting others in your industry that may be able to help you along the way. By using tools like LinkedIn, or meeting alumni from your university, you can begin to build your network. Most of your opportunities when you're in this stage of your career will come from networking. Mid Level - This may be the time where you're looking to change careers, get a promotion or just get advice from other professionals in your industry. There are multiple ways you can do this, attend conferences, use sites like LinkedIn, or attend industry nights. Networking at this point is more about finding where there are going to be opportunities for you to advance in your career. Senior Level - At this point your network is probably pretty well established, at this point you're likely just looking to round out a few gaps in people you want to learn new techniques from. You'll also be able to leverage your network to find other leaders to join your company.
Define syntax and it's importance in writing.
Syntax is like a set of rules for a language that decide what meaning words will have when they're put together. In writing, syntax often helps to give tone to a piece, as well as give an underlying meaning to the writing.
What are the four P's of marketing? Describe each one's role in the marketing mix.
1. Product - The product or service being offered to consumers. This describes how the product is branded, included name, color scheme, quality, and packaging. 2. Price - Pricing, and pricing strategy, payment methods and terms and discounts. How much will it be, and why will we charge this is answered by price. 3. Place - The channels it's sold in, its place in the market, inventory needs and transport. This is really boils down to the "where" aspect of a product or services potential. Place is also sometimes called distribution. 4. Promotion - Direct to consumer marketing, advertising, sales and sales pitching, and public relations strategies. This is the consumer facing promotion, how do we want people to view our product, and how do we want to communicate with them as a brand.
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