Affiliate Buzz Interview

How to Nail Your Dream Job in the Affiliate Marketing Industry with Mike Carney of PerformanceMarketingJOBS

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In this interview PerformanceMarketingJOBS founder Mike Carney talks about about the typical roles employers are looking to fill and how to nail your dream job in the pay-for-performance industry.

Mike is a 21 year Online Veteran who for the past 5 years has lead PerformanceMarketingJobs, the leading recruitment agency in the Performance Marketing space. Mike works with both Candidates: who are looking for a confidential way to find and land a career advancement opportunity that matches their future goals, as well as Employers, who are looking to hire.

Who are Employers Looking to Hire?
Mike discusses the type of talent and positions that companies are looking for, and the types of people that fulfill those roles. People who are currently employed, do not want it announced publicly that they are looking for a new position, which makes this a valuable service. He also discusses the advantages of working remotely, how it works and the cost savings to employers.

How to Nail Your Dream Job
Mike discusses how this works from both the employer and the employee side. He explains the rate structure for employers compared to other head-hunters. There is no fee for the candidates seeking employment, but people are invited to reach out to book a private call. Mike shares his vetting process and only sends through extremely qualified candidates to employers. He also shares really great tips for candidates who are looking for work.

Listen Now as Mike shares:
How to nail your dream job with recruitment services
What types of companies are looking for employees
The criteria the candidates must possess
How candidates can job search but maintain confidentiality
How candidates and employers can apply
The vetting process giving employers qualified candidates