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Digital agency Rep India launches quirky online recruitment campaign

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Digital agency Rep India launches quirky online recruitment campaign

Digital agency Rep India was trending on Tuesday for running their recruitment campaign #RepIndiaHiring on Twitter. It launched a fun and a quirky video of an interview scene at a digital agency. The video was getting shared on Twitter and was creating a buzz on social media. Infact, brands and agencies have found a new platform to hire fresh talent cashing on the rage of social media networking.

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The services listed on the agency’s website are – branding and identity, customer review management, social media marketing, online reputation management, search engine optimization, website design and development and digital media buying. Some of the works done by the agency have been for brands like GAP, Burger King, Select City Walk, Air Asia, VLCC and others.

Below is an excerpt of few conversations on Twitter:

Recently, digital agency WATConsult devised an innovative way to recruit through Snapchat. Its plan of action required candidates to upload a 10-second video on Snapchat about their passion and work on brands of their interest. Two months back, SapientNitro launched their recruitment campaign ‘Troublemakers’ – a hunt for rare breed of extraordinary minds that are not afraid to break boundaries in digital innovation. From using Snapchat, WhatsApp, YouTube and Twitter, organisations are using social media platforms to find new talent and the reason is simple – that is where the youth today resides. 


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