How To Land Your Dream Job As Marketing Consultant

I’ve been a marketing consultant for several years now, and it’s been an incredible journey. Being my own boss and working from home has been very rewarding. 

But I wouldn’t have gotten to where I am if someone hadn’t helped me along the way. So that’s why I’d like to share with you some secrets of how to land your dream job as a marketing consultant!

Choose Your Niche

You have to choose a niche that you’re passionate about. This will make it easier for you to work in the field and build a career out of it. If you love what you do, then it won’t be hard for anyone else to see how much passion is behind your work.

You should also choose a niche where there is a demand for talent. You don’t want to end up doing something that no one wants or needs to be done!

If possible, pick something that uses skills and knowledge from previous jobs or other life experiences as well as interests learned over time through hobbies and interests in general (such as sports).

Research The Competition

Once you’ve identified your dream job and found the right place to land it, it’s time to research the competition. 

Researching your competitors is a necessary part of any job search. You can’t be successful if you don’t know what’s different about your potential employer and what makes them unique.

Learn Who Your Competitors Are By Looking At Their Websites And Social Media Accounts

See what services they offer, how much they charge for those services, and how much experience they have in each area of marketing that interests you.

Find out how long their company has been working with clients in your field (you want someone who specializes in current trends). If possible, ask some friends if they’ve used their services before this will give you an idea of whether or not they’re trustworthy!

Work On Client Retention

Don’t let your clients go: Clients are the lifeblood of your business. You need to keep them happy and engaged so they continue working with you, or else you won’t be able to grow as a consultant. 

Be sure to follow up on every client project with an email survey asking how things went, what went well, and what could’ve gone better (this helps them feel involved in the process). 

The more feedback you get from clients about their experience working with you, the better equipped you’ll be to improve as a marketing consultant and thus retain them for longer periods!

Get Visible To Clients

You can do a lot of things to get noticed, but these are the ones that will get you the most bang for your buck:

Write a blog. Post on sites like Medium or LinkedIn Pulse.

Participate in forums, such as Quora and Reddit. Come up with interesting questions and answers that will help others solve their problems and they’ll be more likely to hire you after reading it!

Join LinkedIn groups; this is where people with similar interests hang out online so join any group related to marketing consulting.

Or marketing in general (like this one!) and become an active member by interacting with other members & posting content related to your expertise/field of interest(s).

Write an eBook it doesn’t have to be anything fancy but just enough information presented in a well-organized way so readers can easily digest everything without getting overwhelmed by too much content all at once (I’ve seen some really good ones). 

You can also write guest posts on industry blogs or contribute articles about topics related specifically to helping people who are interested in learning how ____ works than facts about how it does work.

Which might not make sense unless someone understood something about them beforehand ehhheeheeheeheeeeheeehahhaaaahhahahahaaaahhaa.. sorry I got carried away there 🙂 .

Get Visible To Recruiters

When you’re looking for a job, it’s important to get visible to recruiters. The best way to do this is by creating a presence online and posting your resume on job boards.

Create an online presence: LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram are all good places where you can start building your digital footprint.

Get involved in the industry: Join social networks such as Facebook groups or LinkedIn groups related to your profession or industry it’s a great way to network and meet potential employers! 

You can also sign up for newsletters from associations like Women in Marketing If you want more face-to-face contact with people who share similar interests and goals as yourself!

Write a book: Publishing your book means that recruiters will seek out the contact information at conferences when they see your name listed as the author on those pages because they already know what type of work style fits best into their company culture

Do Your Marketing

The first thing you should do is do your marketing. Don’t be afraid to be different, don’t be afraid to be bold, and don’t be afraid to have fun with it. 

As a consultant-to-be, it’s important that you show off your personality in everything you do and the best way for that to happen is by showing off who you are through your marketing efforts. Be yourself!

Don’t worry about being too different from other people’s pitches; if anything, try and stand out by being even more creative than others (while still keeping within a few boundaries). 

Make sure that whatever campaigns or advertisements you create for yourself seem like something an actual person would come up with not some sort of soulless company trying desperately get their name out there amidst a sea of competitors vying for attention in a crowded space.

Help People In Your Niche With Their Marketing Needs And Get Hired As A Result

Your clients are the key to your success. As a result, you must work with people who have the same problem that you did and help them solve their problems. 

For example, if you struggled with getting more leads for yourself, then focus on providing marketing solutions for other solopreneurs or small businesses in your niche.

It’s also important that you ask for feedback from your clients about how well you did solve their problems and make improvements based on what they say. 

Give them a testimonial as well so that other people can see what past customers think of working with you. Finally, ask them to refer their friends and colleagues to work with you too!

Build Your Professional Connections

In the world of marketing, it’s not enough to be a great copywriter or marketer you have to have relationships. Networking is one of the best ways to build those relationships and find opportunities for collaboration, job openings, and more!

It’s easy to say “I’m networking” and then do nothing about it. Here are some ideas on how you can really get out there and network effectively:

Attend industry events: One of the easiest ways to meet people in your industry is by attending conferences, trade shows, or other events where people from similar industries gather. 

These events will help you make valuable connections that could lead to new work opportunities down the line; they’ll also help keep you up-to-date with the latest trends in your field. 

Get involved with online communities: If there aren’t many local events near where you live, consider joining an online community related to your field instead (for example LinkedIn). 

Online communities allow members from all over the world including other countries to interact freely with each other so long as they’re willing to contribute their knowledge through articles/blog posts/discussions etc. 

Getting involved helps improve your writing skills while allowing others who share an interest in similar subjects to learn from them too! Ask for introductions: 

One surefire way to build strong relationships quickly is asking someone else within our network who knows us well (and vice versa) to introduce us along with providing any helpful recommendations at hand! I recommend using LinkedIn as a platform since most professional contacts these days utilize this social media site.

But if none exist there then try Facebook Messenger since many folks use this app nowadays too – just make sure if possible before proceeding further through some platforms.

Such as email address verification first before sending messages back then forth again which may take time depending upon amount recipients queueing up waiting already.”

Find A Mentor For Advice And Support

Mentors are important for your career. Mentors can help you with your career goals. Mentors can help you with your marketing, business, and marketing strategy.

To land a dream job as a marketing consultant, you need to prepare for it like any other interview process by making sure that everything is ready before the interview happens. 

In this case, that means preparing yourself and getting advice from others who have been in similar situations before (like mentors).

Join A Group Or Association For Networking And Valuable Tips 

If you’re looking to land your dream job, it’s important to join a group or association. This will give you access to valuable tips and advice from people who have already been down this road.

The first step is finding the right group for you:

How many people are in the group? The smaller the better, as smaller numbers make for more intimate conversations and more actionable feedback.

What is their focus? Some groups are general networking opportunities, while others focus on specific fields like marketing consulting or online marketing jobs.

Once you’ve found some groups that fit your criteria, start attending meetings regularly (but not too regularly) so that people get used to seeing you there and know who they can ask questions about if need be.’

Don’t Be Afraid To Ask For Help From Influencers. Reach Out!

You might be afraid to reach out to influencers because they’re so much more successful than you. But don’t be intimidated! If a person has a large following and is willing to connect with you, that’s a huge opportunity for your career. 

The right person at the right time can be what makes or breaks your career. And even if they don’t offer any help at all, it’s still good practice for networking down the road.

It doesn’t matter if you’re reaching out to someone in an industry similar to yours or not; it’s all about spreading awareness of who are and what you do as a marketer.

Attract Clients Through Guest Posting On Blogs 

When you write a guest post for a blog with a large audience, chances are that you will get more exposure to your area of expertise. The reason is simple: when people read your post and they like it, they will want to find out more about you and what else you have written. 

If they find out that the blog has published many other posts in which you have written about topics related to their interests, then there is a good chance that this may lead them to hire you as their marketing consultant.

The following are some tips on how to attract clients through guest posting on blogs:

  • Write for blogs with a large audience
  • Write for well-known blogs
  • Write for specific audiences
  • Be relevant

Write A Book On Your Area Of Expertise, Even If It’s Very Short And Self-Published 

Make sure that it’s focused on a specific topic (don’t just write about marketing in general, or you’ll end up with a bunch of different books that don’t go together).

Make sure the content is relevant to the audience (don’t include too much jargon or technical terms for people who aren’t familiar with them).

Keep it as easy to read as possible by keeping sentences short, avoiding long paragraphs, and going over complicated concepts in bullet points instead of paragraphs where possible.


There are many ways to land a dream job as a marketing consultant, but the most important thing is to stay positive and keep trying. 

You never know when your luck will turn around and you’ll get that big break. If there’s one thing we’ve learned from our own experience, it’s that hard work pays off!