Social Media Marketing: Job Interview Tips

These hints are in the form of questions that you need to be asking yourself. It’s not merely enough to understand these questions; you have to know the appropriate answers.

What is in it for them?

Technically, this should not be your response to this question, but that should be the way you’re feeling. This is the opportunity to toot your own horn! Imagine that you just stepped on an elevator with the business’s Chief Marketing Officer and you’ve got mere minutes to leave an indelible impression before the 30-second elevator ride comes to an abrupt end. Do not confuse confidence with arrogance, but talk regarding the totality of your social media marketing jobs experience when tailoring your response to fit a recent effort the company launched.

What is your most significant social media marketing failure?

After you merely sang your praises, it is time to step back and nourish yourself a fantastic bit of humble pie.

  • It might be a great sign that they cultivate a work environment that doesn’t require their employees to be perfect 100% of the time.
    It offers you an opportunity to discuss examples of how you have overcome a failing effort by creating a tweak here and an adjustment there.

Is ago prologue?

The hiring manager will probably want to know what sorts of social networking campaigns you have run in the past; how many Twitter followers you have gathered for yourself and your previous employer or customers. Usually, I’d say “facts inform, but stories sell” – maybe not this time. Now’s the time to quantify your achievements with concrete facts/numbers. Make sure your examples are time bound and may be directly connected to your work. For example, the three month YouTube video effort you started in the spring increased your client’s website traffic by 48 percent while boosting site registration by 18 percent.

Is the chequebook balanced?

If not, it ought to be! Even though it is not likely your interviewer will be soliciting you for venture capital during your project screening, they will still have to know that you’re financially responsible and will not go on a spending spree using their social networking marketing budget. For some businesses, social media executive sponsorship might be lacking, and you may potentially end up working with a restricted budget.

Knowing the right answers to the questions above in addition to understanding how to tailor your response to the business with whom you are interviewing can help you get one step closer to snagging that fantasy social media advertising job.