Unexpectedly, I got invited to an interview in 3 days and the job would require me to:
\- **Organize marketing activities**
(not really sure what this entails)
**- Organize the deployment of digital marketing, google AdWords, SEO, mailings**
I have only ever done FB ads, but not google ads. I have some SEO experience in doing SEO on Shopify and WordPress sites/stores but not nearly on a professional level.
**- Preparation of marketing material, graphic design of texts**
I have worked in Adobe Illustrator for another job so I’m not that worried about this one.
**- Cooperation in the preparation of newsletters, e-mailings, and sending of e-mailings.**
I’m feeling a bit weak on this one..
**- Updating the website/webstore and creating new ones**
I have experience in HTML, CSS, JS, WordPress, so I’m not too worried about this one.
**- Publishing news and posts on social media**
**- Market and trend research**
Not sure what this entails either
**- Gathering information and facts about the market. Market material placement.**
Again, not completely sure about this one.
I study informatics and I have worked in a graphic/print firm, and I have run small WordPress and Shopify shops for a while. I think there’s little chance I land the job, but at the same time, I was being honest about not having professional experience in marketing and they called me anyway.I’m from a rather secluded place also so I think they don’t have a lot of fitting candidates to work with either. I don’t know … And by the job description it looks like they’re looking for a jack of all trades, which I always joke I am (with the additional fact that I’m a master of none).
What would you advise me to look into in these 3 days of time that would better my chance of landing this job? I know it’s a ridiculously short amount of time and I’m not looking for miracles, just a little something that would perhaps help me.
Thanks a lot!
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