Can a low-level marketing employee have success in a bad marketing company?
Hope to stir up a hornet’s nest here. Fire away!
Just saw a demand generation job posted on Linkedin for a software company in Cambridge, MA called Endeca.
Lipstick on a pig is still a pig.
A company with bad messaging and no content marketing is a pig.
Hiring someone to head demand generation is lipstick. But a pig is still a pig. (the company)
What do you think? Can a low level marketing employee have success is a terrible marketing company like this?
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