When it comes to working, so many people are stuck doing a job they don’t even enjoy. It’s hard when you are in college and all of a sudden have to decide what you want to do for the rest of your life. You think about money first, then maybe what you were good at in high school (math, science, writing, etc.), and that’s about all you have to go off of.
Jun 23, 2016
Receiving a call for an interview often triggers such mixed emotions. You are bubbling with excitement because you have an interview! Simultaneously however, you are overflowing with nerves because, oh dear, you have an interview. The best way to enhance your performance in an interview is being prepared before you even walk in the door.
We have all experienced the stress of applying to an internship. Not long ago, I was in the same position you are trying to land the perfect internship to lead to the perfect job.For some of you this is your first step into the so-called “real world” and that can be intimidating. Trust me, you are not alone.  You are told over and over again that in order to get a job you need experience and that is most certainly true but has someone told you how to get the perfect internship?  Now that I am on the other side of things I want to offer some advice and tips for applying and interviewing for an internship program.
Marketing Eye is a global digital marketing firm designed to work collaboratively. We share knowledge, creativity, ideas, and experiences between all international offices. Due to the fact that we have a flat organizational structure our employees are self-starters. If employees don’t have motivation or ambition they just simply don’t last long here - but this is always made clear in a job interview.
There are so many ways in impress a new recruit when you are on boarding them in your business, but if you thought you had just got a handle on it, then you might want to read a little further.

22 percent of new recruits leave within 45 days of starting, with a staggering 16 percent that leave within the first week. They leave because their expectations (or yours) has not been met. There were lies told in the job interview by either party or the on-boarding process was nothing short of terrible. The reality is we all can do better - and will, if we keep up to date with the rest of the market.

We all know the cost of recruiting new people to the fold, and how expensive it is to lose a good employee, so if we find someone that is a good fit, make sure they know it from every experience they have with your firm.
We are currently looking for a driven individual to fill an inside sales position in our Atlanta office. This means having an entrepreneurial spirit and a go-getter attitude along with strong communication skills and professionalism.

We need someone who has the passion to make a positive difference in a business and believes in our model of changing the way SMBs do marketing.
It's not everyday that a top-notch marketing manager's role becomes available for a company that is as innovative as it is fun. 

Please look at this job profile and if you are interested in a marketing managers job in Atlanta, send us an email on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Remember to read carefully and DON'T APPLY if you are not ready to work hard and laugh so hard that sometimes you may cry!
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