Internship Opportunity with Social Media Firm

Hubbytes is a startup Social Media marketing firm.

We are committed to apply the latest social media techniques, technologies and best practices. This allows us to deliver relevant insight to our clients, adding value to their wider communications strategy and strengthening their customer relationships.

Social media is all about people but very few get this. This medium changes really fast and our full-time dedicated focus provides you an edge.

We identify and engage key influencers on social channels relevant to your brand and provide useful insight in our monthly reports with detailed demographic breakdown of your fans/followers.

Right now we are looking forward to hire few interns to contribute in our projects on a full time basis. Good thing about joining us for you is that you will get an extensive learning and experience of working on different aspects of social media like understanding the customers, creation of strategy for the brand, creation of content & moderation on various channels like Facebook, Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest etc.

You will also get an opportunity to work closely with the clients, so client handling experience will be another edge you will have which may prove crucial & beneficial for your future career.

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One Response to “Internship Opportunity with Social Media Firm”

  1. shreyash says:

    Respected sir/madam,
    I am pursing MBA and have completed my second semister I am looking for an internship in IT project. As I am going to do MBA in IT for I require to have completion of my summer internship program project for minimum 60 days and maximum as per companies requirement. Hoping that will soon get a response to work with your reputed firm.

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