Encourage the users to
leave their e-mails.
Let them know what kind of content they will receive.
Put in some details about your campaign and list the reasons to sign up.
Don’t forget the final call to action.
Carly-Anne is a Recruitment Consultant in the Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations space at IQ PARTNERS. She came to us from a boutique recruitment agency, and brought with her a passion for digital media, social media, and technology.
Carly-Anne has a background as an Agent and Social Media Manager in the entertainment industry, with over 15 years’ experience in film, TV, fashion, and music, and five years in public relations and social media. Prior to launching her own agency, she spent four years at an award-winning independent PR agency in Toronto.
An influential blogger, she has been involved in numerous successful advertising and PR campaigns. She has been deemed accredited media at LG Fashion Week, NXNE, CMW, Branded Content Summit, Wakestock, and BudCamp, to name a few.
Carly-Anne’s extensive background in the PR and Media spheres gives her a unique perspective on the industry. Her industry knowledge, combined with an innate ability to read people, is what makes Carly-Anne such an asset to the IQ PARTNERS team.
Advertising, Marketing, Media, Public Relations, Digital, Social Media, and eCommerce.
Building and maintaining strong relationships, networking, positive attitude, and giving sound advice.
Pony, corny movies, chocolate, and wine.
Relaxing, blogging, cooking for family & friends.
“Both Carly-Anne and Adrian were incredible – they are the only recruiters in the Toronto ad industry to work with. They really know their stuff!”
“Carly-Anne is an exceptional recruiter who shared so much industry knowledge and expertise… I would also like to thank Carly-Anne for her warm personality and for a wonderful meeting where she was genuinely committed to working with me to create the best possible outcome for both IQ Partners and myself.”
Check out Carly-Anne’s blog posts & quotes including the popular Headhunter Etiquette: Can I Contact The Company Directly?