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As you look to grow your business, you'll likely strive to implement marketing efforts to reach new customers, raise visibility and awareness for your brand, and reinforce or expand your relationship with existing clients.

The goal is to make the most impact and return on investment (ROI) for your marketing efforts. With that in mind, you will want to ensure you have a strong marketing strategy in place that includes both online and offline efforts.

Online marketing includes tactics such as email marketing, advertisements, social media marketing, website content, blogs and other digital efforts. Compared to offline marketing, these tactics are typically lower cost and can help provide essential data on performance throughout the lifecycle of a campaign.


The digital media is filled with competitive brands trying to attract their target customers through a multi-pronged digital marketing approach. Let's understand some relevant strategies that will help you evolve your D2C brand into being a preferred, people's brand

Over the past decade, Direct to Customer or D2C brands globally have been striving to pave their expansion path on digital media. As consumers spend the majority of their time online; scrolling and consuming tonnes of data throughout the day, they seldom remember the granular details of everything that they watch. With so much free and paid content available to prospective consumers on the internet, D2C brands cannot just list their products and sit back thinking that the consumer will find them and their revenue clock will keep ticking.

The editors at Solutions Review have spotlighted some of the best certification courses to consider if you want to become an expert marketing manager in 2023 (and beyond). Solutions Review participates in affiliate programs and may make a small commission from products purchased through this resource.

Marketing is one of the fundamental pillars of any company's strategy and growth. With global markets and industry best practices continuing to evolve, it's as essential as ever for marketing managers and their departments to invest in their marketing skills and expertise. It isn't easy to do that in a vacuum, so the team at Solutions Review compiled the following list of top-rated certification courses for anyone looking to become an expert marketing manager.

Without customers, there can be no business. So how can you drive new customers to your startup or keep existing ones engaged? The answer is simple: Growth marketing.

As a growth marketer who has honed this craft for the past decade, I've been exposed to countless courses, and I can confidently attest that doing the work is the best way to learn the skills to excel in this profession.

I am not saying you need to immediately join a Series A startup or land a growth marketing role at a large corporation. Instead, I have broken down how you can teach yourself growth marketing in five easy steps:

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