The eCommerce industry refers to transactions that happen online. People are able to buy an increasing number of things on the internet and more recently, even your local corner store may have listed milk, biscuits and other items on Uber Eats and delivery services because their doors were closed.
Business who were already established online had all the necessary plumbing in place to push their digital strategy to new heights. There is a vast array of knowledge, skills and techniques that can drive up customer awareness and sales even overnight – it all depends on your resources: they key resource being the expertise that can deliver such results.
When an organisation has creatively talented people, they sometimes struggled with the digital and marketing infrastructure needed to make the best use of the creative work that is done. The videos, the graphics, the written articles and flyers, do not reach who they are meant to and if they do, they do not garner enough attention or pursuade the customer to make a purchase.
When an organisation has digital marketing people, they often lack the talented creatives that can produce the most competitive designs to differentiate the business from other things that consumers are bombarded with.
When an organisation hires both types of talent, they face all variety of collaboration issues and it leads to bottlenecks. These two skillsets do not always know how to speak each others language in the most efficient way. It’s really up to management to hire the right people but they are not always around.
This set of problems exists in all organisations businesses and charities, big and small, online businesses or physical stores. To address this wholeheartedly and thoroughly, Commun-IT has devised a flagship course: Junior Content Marketer. It is a hybrid skillset for the modern day and especially imperative business needs. Take a look at the benefits that just one member of staff, can deliver single handedly as a result of undertaking this training with Commun-IT. This amount of output would normally cost circa £40,000 and you could achieve it for approx. £4,000 over 12 months with a new recruit.
Alternatively, you can upskill any member of staff who is on payroll, including senior staff and business owners. Did you know that Commun-IT can assist your hiring process free of charge of you select us as your training provider? Take a look at our employer journey here or book a call to get moving fast whilst you can earn up to £3,000 per employee that you join to one of our programmes. This expires in just a few weeks.