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Brand Marketing Intern Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate  in  Palo Alto, CA
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Palo Alto, CA
Application Details

The process took a day - interviewed at Facebook in January 2011.

Interview Details

The phone interview began with a few typical behavioral questions discussing points on my resume. The interview then switched to a fairly difficult interview about leading Facebook competitors, specific improvement to the site and its apps, as well as the power of the Facebook brand. I was caught a little off-guard at how specific the questions were since this it was only an undergraduate intern position. I didn't find out til halfway through that the interviewer was actually who I would be working with if I decided to work at Facebook and not just a member from HR.

I personally did not do well in the interview because I had a running fever and did not do enough homework. If you're interviewing for this position, have specific ideas and marketing strategy laid out and ready to go, as well as a good summary for a few top social media competitors.

Interview Questions
  • What are the main strengths of the Facebook brand?   View Answer
  • Who are some of Facebook's top competitors?   Answer Question
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