Tweet like your career depended
on it

Tweet like your career depended on it

If you’ve ever wished breaking into the ad industry could be as easy as tweeting, “OMG, @DreamAgencyNameHere, #HireMe”, you’re in luck. The Big Ad Gig’s #TweetBriefs let you apply for the chance to win one of five 30–day, paid, freelance, entry–level positions at either Atmosphere Proximity, CP+B, Ogilvy, Deutsch, or Droga5 with a simple tweet.Logos

Apply with a tweet

Finally, no more emails to careers@never–gonna–read– This is the 21st century, folks. And ‘round these parts, we tweet.

  • Step 1:
    • Log in to Twitter. (No account? Sign up.)
  • Step 2:
    • Follow our judges on Twitter.
  • Step 3:
  • Step 4:
    • Reply to one of the briefs with your solution in meme, Vine, or standard tweet and include a link to your portfolio.
  • Quick step:
  • Small Print
    All correspondence from The Big Ad Gig will be sent via email. Make sure it’s somewhere on your portfolio site. Applicants must be eligible to work in the U.S.

Meet the judges and see their briefs

Meet the judges and see their briefs

  • Michael Moroney

    CCT, Atmosphere Proximity

    See the brief

  • Sue Anderson

    ECD, CP+B

    See the brief

  • Alfonso Marian

    CCO, OgilvyOne NY

    See the brief

  • Kerry Keenan

    CCO, Deutsch NY

    See the brief

  • Andrew Essex

    Vice Chairman, Droga5

    See the brief

Four minutes
of fame

Four minutes of fame

Eight semi–finalists, chosen from #TweetBriefs’ replies, will receive a real agency brief from the Ad Council. Then, on October 1, 2014, they’ll have four minutes to present their solutions before our judges, the client (Ad Council), and a live audience at the New York Times Building.

At the end of the event, the judges will announce the five finalists and award them 30–day, paid Art Director or Copywriter positions at one of the participating companies. The winning campaign will be produced and run on Mashable’s various advertising platforms.

The whole event will be live tweeted using #BAG2014 and moderated by Stuart Elliot, the New York Times Advertising columnist.

We can’t take all the credit

The Big Ad Gig wouldn’t be possible without the support and collaboration of the following companies.