Social Media Marketing

Google please give Matthew Epstein a job

Matthew Epstein has created a dedicated website Googlepleasehire.me focussed on landing him a position within Google’s Product Marketing or Digital Strategy Team. Checkout his C.V., it has one of the best layouts we’ve seen.

What gave you the balls to create the website? My mustache acts as both my mustache and my balls. If you’ve seen my mustache you’ll understand where I got the balls from. via metromix.

He’s also never used an Apple product in his life.

Impressive.

 

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4 Responses to “Google please give Matthew Epstein a job”

  1. On August 4, 2011 at 1:35 am ResidentHermeneut responded with... #

    Wow. This man has talent and some serious drive. We’re all clever creative out here but how many of us are motivated enough to channel that juice like this….I’d say Google aught to give him a shot 

  2. On August 4, 2011 at 10:16 pm Creative Slave responded with... #

    I’d be very surprised if he doesn’t end up in Google given this video featured on TechCrunch. Many people try stunts like this to get a job in Google however this is one of the better executions. That being said, it could have done with some editing.

    Would you hire him?

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