Razorfish Interview Questions & Reviews in London UK
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SEO Role Interview (Positive Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied in-person and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Razorfish in February 2013.
Interview Details – had 2 interviews
1st interview: 4 or 5 technical / industry related questions, then half an hour 1:1 interview, mostly technical SEO questions
2nd interview: 1:1 interview with Head of Search, mostly industry / strategical level of thinking type of questions, had an impression that interviewer was running some NLP stuff on me which was a bit disappointing, other than that great interview
Interview Question – how do you see Search field changing 2 years from now? Answer Question
Paid Search Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Razorfish in May 2011.
Interview Details – This was an assessment day that is taken before a 1:1 interview.
It consisted of a math test, english test and also a group presentation.
For the math test you need to know basic maths and also should have a good idea of adwords.
English test is mainly editing related.
You are given three topics to choose from for the group presentation.
Something to be noted is that the company does not provide any compensation for travel, and no food is provided on the assessment day. The assessment day is quite long (4-6 hours) so you should bring your own food and drinks. Also something noticeable was despite there being majority male candidates for the job, there were mainly females at the company. Does that mean your chances of being recruited are slim if your male? I dont know :P
Interview Question – Who was responsible for the presentation (topic)? View Answer