I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Adlucent.
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Pretty ridiculous. My interview consisted of a discussion with the CEO, in which he pretty much just talked about how awesome their company is financially and how they have no competitors (actually not true). The whole place reeked of undeserved arrogance, especially from a run-of-the-mill PPC management company.
They also give you one of those stupid riddle quiz things. "Jane is older than Sam but younger than Sally, so how far is the moon?" or something like that, as if that can really determine someone's intelligence, work ethic or ability to manage campaigns effectively. Only companies that think they are smart places give out those quizzes.
Interview Question – Nothing difficult, just silly. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Question should be phrased: Why would I accept?
The process took a day - interviewed at Adlucent in May 2012.
Interview Details – First there was a short personality test online. Then I went into the office and interviewed with 6 other candidates at the same time. This was different because there were people with Masters and Bachelors vying for the same position. After the CEO talked with us and opened the floor for questions, we took a logic test and then had a one-on-one interview with the HR manager.
Interview Question – Why did you choose to go to University of Texas? Answer Question
Pros: The company is successful with its current business model and there are several exciting possibilities of where the business can go in the future. I look forward to seeing my coworkers every day. Senior management is inspiring and genuinely cares… – Full Review
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