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10 Taboos About Marketing Courses You Should Never Share On Twitter.

by Aaron Finch
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What are Taboos About Marketing Courses ?

A taboo is an act or belief regarded as morally reprehensible or offensive to the senses. With that definition. When it comes to education, there are many “taboos” that are being breached. These taboos pertain to the rules and regulations of marketing courses in Kervin Marketing.

A list of 10 Taboos About Marketing Courses You Should Never Share On Twitter.

1. Don’t debate the term “marketing”. 

This is a very sensitive issue because the Marketing Education industry is being heavily criticized. It is seen as a marketing gimmick that offers short-term gains at the expense of students’ long-term learning. As such, saying marketing courses are “deceptive” and that you won’t be enrolled in one, will only make other marketers less confident about their course. 

As for what these marketing courses are, there is no official definition for them. But try to avoid sharing your definition of a “marketing course” or what you consider to be a good or bad one because this might lead to you being labeled as “unreasonable” or worse! 

2. Do not use the phrase “The marketing industry is shady.” 

If you do, the other person will be outraged and probably respond by saying that you’re not being fair to that person. 

For example: “I won’t go to marketing courses because The Marketing Industry is shady”. This person will probably react this way: “Marketing courses are not shady” or “marketing courses are awful” or even plain nastiness out of anger. There is a lot of negative energy related to these topics and if you spread it around, there’s only more reason for people who do market education to be shamed. 

3. Do not say you want a better job than what you have now. 

This will automatically suggest that you’re “entitled” to a marketing career. Nobody out there is entitled to a marketing career. You have to EARN your right and post negative comments about marketing education without being threatened by reactions. 

4. Do not argue with anybody about it.

 NEVER argue with anybody in your country or anywhere else who posts content related to these topics that gets you really angry or upset (even if they are not marketers). It will just lead to a long discussion and it’s best to simply ignore it altogether.

5. Avoid arguing with anybody who is a “Marketing Professional” or uses the term “Marketing Professional”. 

If you do, you might be labeled as “not reasonable”. This will cause a lot of negative energy and will hurt the person who is “shamed” as well. People who work in that field get angry when they feel like they’re being questioned. 

6. Avoid posting negative comments about marketing education anywhere other than in this article. 

This way, you won’t anger any marketers and this way the article itself won’t be red-bagged by the people in the Marketing Education industry. This way, it won’t be a threat to anybody’s business or livelihood.

7. Avoid the word “marketing”. 

This is also a sensitive issue because the marketing education industry will get angry, mostly as it’s seen as “negative” and “shady”. Avoid this word because you might be labeled as “not reasonable” or worse. 

For example: “I won’t go to marketing courses because they’re a scam”. This person will probably react this way: “Marketing courses are not scams” or even plain nastiness out of anger. There is a lot of negative energy related to these topics and if you spread it around, there’s only more reason for people who do market education to be shamed. 

8. Avoid the phrase “marketing is a scam”. 

This will also cause a lot of negative energy and will lead to you being labeled as “unreasonable” or worse! This might cause the person who is shamed to get even angrier and post unsavory content. 

For example: “I won’t go to marketing courses because they’re scams.” This person will probably react this way: “Marketing courses are not scams” or even plain nastiness out of anger. There is a lot of negative energy related to these topics and if you spread it around, there’s only more reason for people who do market education to be shamed. 

9. Avoid the phrase “I want to be a marketer when I grow up”. 

This is another sensitive issue because the marketing education industry will get angry, mostly as it’s seen as “negative” and “shady”. Avoid this phrase because you might be labeled as “not reasonable” or worse.

For example: “I won’t go to marketing courses because I want to be a marketer when I grow up”. This person will probably react this way: “Marketing courses are not scams” or even plain nastiness out of anger. There is a lot of negative energy related to these topics and if you spread it around, there’s only more reason for people who do market education to be shamed. 

10. Do not say you want to be a marketer “when you grow up”. 

This will automatically suggest that you’re “entitled” to a marketing career. Nobody out there is entitled to a marketing career. You have to EARN your right and post negative comments about marketing education without being threatened by reactions. 

The other points are mostly sensitive issues in the marketing education industry and it’s best not to mention them at all. The only exception would be if you’re being entirely serious in wanting to learn how to be a marketer because then chances are, more than likely (but not guaranteed), they will agree that it is a valuable skill, even if the industry isn’t perfect.

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