The ImpulseSave Social Media Internship is a team of 3 full-time interns that work independently and in concert to help launch ImpulseSave into new markets. This internship is perfect to root any Liberal Arts education in pracademia or, to cement any Business, Marketing or Communications major with real world experience.
ImpulseSave is a consumer facing financial technology startup revolutionizing the way people save money by making saving a creative, social and mobile experience. Our customers are currently saving $3,600 a year on average, (that’s over 150% the national personal savings average). Our lean startup team is an experienced team of executives, writers, marketers and new product development visionaries. We’re a fast-paced interactive group who believe that what we’re doing will change the world.
You must be detail oriented, achievement driven, competitive, and collaborative.
- Week 1 - 4: You and the team will determine goals for your vertical and start making relationships with bloggers and influencers in your market.
- Week 5 - 6: You will design a plan and present to the team your strategy to have the maximum impact on this vertical based upon your learnings.
- Week 7: You will iterate based upon team and market feedback and design metrics for the best way to measure the impact of your campaign.
- Week 8 - 11: You will execute the marketing strategy.
- Week 12: You will report both your metrics and big “take-aways”. You are then responsible to draft a brief marketing plan (ppt) in which you recommend strategic ways to engage this vertical going forward.
*Note: the success of your internship is not dependent upon the success of your marketing campaign. We are looking for people who are eager to learn!!
Weekly stipend - to be negotiated.
To apply for this internship please submit a resumé and the answer to one of the following marketing challenges to email@example.com
Challenge # 1: What are 2 ways ImpulseSave should acquire users, and how would you go about gaining huge, mind-blowing volume in acquisition?
Challenge #2: How would you get 50% of all the Certified Financial Planners in the US, to use ImpulseSave to promote ImpulseSave to their clients?
Challenge # 3: ImpulseSave's blog strategy is to become the hub for social and creative ways to save - (think Thought Catalog meets The New Yorker). How would you go about executing this strategy based upon where we are now?