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News America Marketing
Account Coordinator was asked...March 4, 2012

Who pays News America?

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Wrong! CPG clients. Looks like you didnt get the job

I just want to reiterate that the answer is NOT grocery stores. It's CPG companies, as the original Anonymous said. Saying that the clients of NAM are grocery stores will likely stop you from proceeding forward in the interviewing process. Less

Grocery stores

Archway Marketing

How do you handle strong personalities on your team?

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I'm very adaptable and flexible, yet I know how to navigate rough waters when needed. Less

Iam easy going at timesbut can turn it on when needed.

Hylink

Do you have any further questions about the company?

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Thank you for the comments. We appreciate all feedback to improve our hiring process. Our initial interview is a phone screen to learn as much as possible about you. This is why we ask the open ended question 'tell us about yourself'. We find the response offers insight into the candidate's background and thought process. It is very important to us that we follow up with all candidates. We make it a point to do so. However, this can take a few weeks as we take time to review all our applicants. We apologize if you have not yet heard back from us and encourage you to reach out to us if you have any questions about your particular interview. Thank you again. Less

Thank you for the comments. We appreciate all feedback to improve our hiring process. Our initial interview is a phone screen to learn as much as possible about you. This is why we ask the open ended question 'tell us about yourself'. We find the response offers insight into the candidate's background and thought process. It is very important to us that we follow up with all candidates. We make it a point to do so. However, this can take a few weeks as we take time to review all our applicants. We apologize if you have not yet heard back from us and encourage you to reach out to us if you have any questions about your particular interview. Thank you again. Less

Now CFO

Why do you prefer inside sales?.

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The structure is much better.

Incredible you have the time to respond to criticism where people can see it, yet you don't have the professionalism to reach out when you said you would, and that one line smart comment was pathetic. Less

WE Communications

Where do you see yourself in five years time.

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5 years older.

Hopefully with a job

CRISTA Ministries

A lot about faith, goals, what would you do in this scenario, I'm going to give you very little information and I want you to tell me the best strategy for figuring this out...

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It is to your benefit that you didn't get a job there. You dodged a major stress bullet. Less

Apparently horribly, because they couldn't even let me know they didn't want to hire me. Less

Short's Travel Management

How do you grow relationships with people?

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You grow relationships with people by taking an interest in what interests them and by dropping the need to always be right. I love getting to know people, there is so much to be learned from others. Less

By listening and communicating effectively while building rapports.

Google

What's the next step for Google to advertise it's products?

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Billboards. No brand association, neutral context, high reach.

Google

How many smartphones are in New York City?

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Two ways to answer that: Population of NYC = est. 8M. = 8M smartphones +/- 5% You'd have to skip the bottom of the Hudson to get an accurate count. Less

It depends - the population of New York City is very different when we're talking about working hours and non-working hours. If we're worried about bandwidth, we need to take into account the huge influx of commuters, which would not be counted in population numbers. Commuters will also be more likely to have smartphones compared to the inherent 'population', which includes a larger portion of the blue collar classes and disadvantaged who can't afford to commute. You could do a random survey of 1000 commuters and a random survey of 1000 residents to get a percentage of smartphone users and multiply by both residential and estimated commuter populations (NY Transit Authority should have this estimate). If you have the right connections, you could also just ask the wireless providers to give you a count of the unique EIDs during M-F @noon and again @midnight and use the vendor portion of the EID to suss out smartphones vs regular phones. We could take a look at data users only on the EID list rather than just cell tower connections. Less

GreenPath Financial Wellness

What was a subject that was complicted at College?

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