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How well do you know HTML and inline CSS?

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This company is deplorable to even post a FAKE positive interview scenario along with the consistent FAKE positive reviews that are laughingly ALL the same. Are the same three or four "people" writing these or just the one front office "person" writing these? You must really think that people are stupid to believe that consistent similar positive posts are all believable! "No cons here!" Ha, Ha! What, are you starting to run out of people to interview with all the consistent turnover? Guess so!

You are pathetic and truly despicable with you fake reviews, do you think anyone is stupid enough to not catch on to you.

Still posting fake reviews, what kind of idiots do you think people are, I hope the IRS or Business Software Alliance or someone shuts you down.

Could you come back to talk about a content position for 30k?

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Write down code for finding nth number in a fibonocci series.

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Where do you see yourself in five years?

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Send along a marketing email that you wrote and deployed at you current or previous play of employment that makes you proud. • What was the open and CTR and how did it compare to your norms? • What audience was the email intended for? • What did you like about it? • What organizational goals did it help advance?

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Do you believe in aliens?

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Whether I felt more focused on project management or as a production specialist.

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Owner asked about every single item on my resume.

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Are you looking for long term employment?

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1. Describe the overall re-engagement strategy you would pursue to increase the percentage of users who move forward in the process after receiving prequalified rates (i.e. increase the percentage of people who select a lender). You can present this in whatever format you think is most appropriate. You should consider any potential user segmentation, the objective of your re-engagement, the types of content and messaging focus, the channels you would prioritize (email and any others you would consider), messaging cadence and anything else you consider important.

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