Thursday, May 13, 2010

The $6 Job Hunt

Here's a great story about a guy who used Google Ad Words to get a job.  Via AgencySpy:

Alec Brownstein bought Google ad words for the creative directors' names, which cost him $6. "No one else was bidding on (the names)," he tells us, "so I got the top spot for like 10 cents a click." 
So, whenever Gerry Graf, David Droga, Tony Granger, Ian Reichenthal or Scott Vitrone Googled themselves (which is a lot it seems) the top sponsored link basically asked them for a job. In the end he got four interviews and two job offers.

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