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  • www.incsub.com
  • Melbourne, Australia
  • 51 to 200 Employees
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  • Company - Private
  • Less than $1 million (USD)

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Incsub Reviews

4.8
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Oct 10, 2020

"Great place to work."

Current Employee - Client Support Superhero in New Delhi
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I have been working at Incsub full-time for less than a year

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The best company to work with

Cons

Remote work with a lot of benefits and a great team.
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    Content Creator Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Melbourne
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 months. I interviewed at Incsub (Melbourne) in Nov 2019

    Interview

    After ghosting for several weeks, company wants about $1,000 of free work for jobs that may not be available. They want you to learn their product, an analysis of their competition, marketing strategy, blog post, email marketing program. For free.
    Interview

    I hope you are well. Apologies for the delayed response, we have had a number of applicants apply for the role. We still have opportunities available and would love to hear from you! As per the job listing description, rather than doing an interview, we prefer to let what you can do speak for itself so we set a small task that should take no longer than you would usually prepare for and conduct an interview. We're not looking for 'free work' and we'll never use anything you do (unless it all works out then yay, why not use it as a jumping-off point!) but we find it helps to really separate out keen applicants (we really really like keen) and also, if it's good, puts us on a great footing going forward. So, the initial trial task for this role is designed to demonstrate your capacity to come up with and structure quality content for our audience (to be written by a blogger), demonstrate your own capacity for this sort of post and test whether you are then able to put together a compelling email to get engagement with that content. It's kinda a very simplistic version of the role in microcosm (it does get more interesting and there are a whole bunch of nuances involved in the actual role, like leading a content team!) but we hope that this helps us evaluate your fundamental critical editorial capacities and also gives you an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to wrap your head around a new topic... plus your keenness, we like keen :) So, first up for the blog we’d like you to do the following: - Take a look at and install our Forminator plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/forminator/ - Take a look at the attached 'Audience' doc to get an idea of who we are writing for - https://docs.google.com/document/d/11WjS8kN3h1To3kMwxixy0j7BPqXe46BgDOVWUWwLIVg/edit?usp=sharing - Come up with interesting and original ways that the plugin could be used to create a website experience that you, through some research, have come up with as being in demand (i.e. relatively high search volume) in the WordPress space and would appeal to that audience - Analyse the competition in terms of posts providing similar solutions on competitive industry blogs (and write that up so we can see your process) - Propose a title, structure and content plan for the post based on 2 & 3, that you could hand over to a blogger, and explain how you feel this would make the post both valuable for our existing readers and rank well on Google - Imagine you're that blogger and write up the first 3-4 paragraphs Then, without actually writing the whole post come up with a compelling short email we could send to our audience that they would find valuable and would be likely to act upon, focusing specifically on: - A catchy title and introduction [let's get this email opened and then read] - Persuasive body text and call to action [we are trying to persuade them to use Forminator, let's assume most of them haven't] In terms of timeframe, as I previously mentioned, we don't want you to spend any longer on this than you would typically take to prepare for and undertake an interview. However, in terms of completing the task, we'd definitely be keen to hear back from you within a week. You can include this on Dropbox, G Drive or send it over as a PDF, however you prefer.

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...I've never had a job before where I didn't feel like I was chained to a desk or lived by some rules that limited our toilet time (not good for us small bladder peeps) No Micro-management unless extra assistance is requested/required, based in an office but able to work from home if/when required, we have remote people working from all over the world creating a diverse and cultured workforce, flexible working hours, friendly, approachable and the company's morals and ethics are great, Incsub truly cares about their staff....

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