Thursday, May 13, 2010

Using Google Rankings to Get a Job

Alec Brownstein, a writer, needed a job. So he chose the names five NYC advertising directors that he’d like to work for. Then he bought the top search result in Google for each person’s name. So when they Googled themselves, the first hit was Brownstein asking for a job. He got two job offers. The cost was just $6.

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