Video of the Day: The Google Job Experiment

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Finding a job can be more of a job than a real job. How do you differentiate yourself from everyone else who is struggling to land the same gig? How do you scream to those professionals who have the power to make or break your life, “I have the skill! I have the determination! Hire me! Me, Me, ME!” Copywriter Alec Brownstein decided to do a little experiment. He bought Google ad words for the creative directors’ names at Google (for a measly $6), so that when they Googled themselves, they got a message from him asking for a job. Click through to found out what happened.