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Intern Management Superstar: 3 Ways to Create a Great Digital Marketing Internship

Internships are fantastic ways for students to gain an in-depth knowledge about an industry through hands-on experience. However, in a technical field such as digital marketing and advertising, it can be difficult for a manager to create and assign appropriate tasks for an intern – you certainly don’t want to turn over the keys to client accounts to a beginner, but you want to give your intern meaningful responsibilities and tasks, not to mention work that will help you accomplish your goals. While marketing sounds like a tough field for a student to contribute to directly, there are several tasks that will teach them fundamentals and technical skills while still lightening your own load, including these below.


1. Resource Aggregation:

Staying up-to-date with latest industry news, trends, best practices, and case studies is essential in a field as fast-paced as digital marketing. However, it’s nearly impossible for professionals to keep up with their research and reading when they have so many actual responsibilities. However, your intern can be an invaluable help to you. Ask your intern to spend an hour or two every day poring through industry news sites and discussion forums, and bookmark the top three or five for you to review. Asude from helping you out, you’ll also be giving your intern the opportunity to immerse themselves in the industry, which will help them when they enter the job search.

Continue to read on our blog: Intern Management Superstar: 3 Ways to Create a Great Digital Marketing Internship
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This entry was posted on October 28, 2013 by in online marketing and tagged .
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