Most marketers maintain a portfolio, which is a collection of their prior projects and marketing assets. Examining this material might offer you a sense of the candidate’s ability to generate high-quality work. Examining a marketing candidate’s portfolio may help you figure out their strengths and shortcomings, as well as what tools and applications they’ve used in the past and how broad their skill set is.
2. Marketing Theories
It’s critical to understand how the applicant views marketing in their profession and how they would address unique marketing difficulties, whether you’re recruiting a graphic designer or a public relations manager. You may learn more about how the candidate uses marketing ideas in their work by digging further into why they made specific decisions while developing their content.
3. Skills Assessment
It’s one thing to go over a candidate’s prior work for other firms and clients, but having the candidate conduct a skills assessment may offer you a whole new perspective on how they work.
4. Work Ethic
Marketing candidates should be judged on their work ethic in addition to their talents and approach. Employers often don’t get a sense of a candidate’s work ethic until after they’ve been hired for