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Can someone please elaborate on the difference between Inbound and Inbound Marketing course? What is the difference between these 02 courses? Do I need to take up both of the courses or just one with 5 hours of lessons would work?

 

I see both courses discuss the fundamentals but i am unable to understand the value they provide and why these 02 courses are separate? I mean inbound could have been merged all together.

 

I appreciate your opinions.

 

Thanks

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Inbound is more high-level strategy, and dives into things like the flywheel and the inbound methodology (Attract-Engage-Delight) without talking specifically about marketing, sales, or service.

 

Inbound Marketing is about marketing things specifically, and touches on things like content marketing, social media, etc. It’s a bit more tactical and hands-on than the Inbound course.

 

Does that help?

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Inbound Professor

Inbound is more high-level strategy, and dives into things like the flywheel and the inbound methodology (Attract-Engage-Delight) without talking specifically about marketing, sales, or service.

 

Inbound Marketing is about marketing things specifically, and touches on things like content marketing, social media, etc. It’s a bit more tactical and hands-on than the Inbound course.

 

Does that help?

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Hey Kyle,

 

Thanks for your reply, yeah it does. I was only confused that why both of the things are discussing fundamentals and yet don't tell me the context and the outcome. Being an intermediate marketer. I should start with Inbound Marketing and after some time will move on to Inbound.

 

Cheers.

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