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Green Mountain Energy
Marketing Communications Specialist was asked...November 24, 2012

Tell me about your favorite campaign. How would you approach a new product that we would offer? What would be the first step you would take?

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Have a solid grasp on your favorite advertising/marketing campaigns. Have a good knowledge of their product before walking into an interview. Less

Annodyne

If you had to pick 3 things you'd need to build out a digital marketing campaign for a community college, what would you want?

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A budget, the ability to gather data (courses, programs, degrees, etc offered), and access to any applicable advertising platforms. Less

IANS

"Why do you qualify for this position without prior marketing experience?"

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I am able to quickly adapt my current skills to meet my to new responsibilities. I am also able to learn very quickly and efficiently fit into a role with proper training. Less

Meta

Let's pretend you are sending out emails to encourage SMB's to advertise with Facebook. Each email to each SMB costs $1. After you send the emails, .5% of the SMBs sign up. How much did you pay for each person that signed up? I had to keep asking clarification questions. "How many people did I send to?" Then he said, "Let's pretend there were 1,000." Then I got the answer from there... I believe it's just a way to assess how you think and not exactly to get the correct answer.

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$200

The person above would have been right, but s/he used the wrong number. 5% is .05. 0.5% is .005. It is $200. Regardless, still don't vote for trump. Less

There's no need to know how many emails were sent. 200 emails for every 1 signup, and $1 for every email, means $200 for every 1 signup. Less

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Acadsoc

What can you can you contribute to our company to look for a competent teacher that can provide good learning system to our student......

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Look for their back ground and characteristics if they can handle student in any age.... Less

My good working skills and flexibility... Flexible to any age group, love the work and following the teaching tools the company give. Less

thamknyou

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HubSpot

The client has done everything you've asked but still isn't managing to obtain many customers. Now what?

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Go back to the analytics and find where there is a break in the chain. It may be that they are targeting the wrong groups of people or they have their messaging wrong. I believe the answer should be in the data. Less

Go back to the analytics and find where there is a break in the chain. It may be that they are targeting the wrong groups of people or they have their messaging wrong. I believe the answer should be in the data and it can be found with a little investigating and observation. Less

Increase marketing budget, review the strategy and improve implementation phase, and launch new campaign Less

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Astoria Marketing

Did this company seem a bit "evasive" through out the process?

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Yes indeed:)

Yes

Maybe

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adidas

Do you like sport?

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As I`m an active person, I answered why I love sport, what place it takes in my life and why I want to work for the company. Less

Yes i like sport. And i want to work for the company.

Yes i like sport. And i want to work for the company.

BlackBerry

What is your expected salary for this position

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Specialist positions are fairly junior at RIM, so yes, six figures is too high. In Canada a specialist would make between 55k and 75k at the very most. Less

Thanks for the feedback - the recruiter never indicated it was a junior position. I have heard from ex-colleagues that RIM's payscale is lower than at my previous employers. Less

I said six figures which was clearly waaaaaay too much because that was pretty much the end of the conversation! Less

CertainTeed

Give me 10 one word adjectives to describe you in both personal and professional settings.

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Great,good,early,young,able,own,great, same ,different,right,

Communicative, Driven, Meticulous, Persistent, flexible, goal oriented, focused, team player, accountable, organized, impactful, reliable, onetime, time manager, Less

Communicative, Driven, Meticulous, Persistent, Flexible, Goal oriented, Focused, Team player, Accountable, Organized, Impactful, Reliable, Time manager. Less

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