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Announcing a New Partnership with Moz.com

 One of the most common questions we get asked at InternMatch is what are the most effective ways other companies are using interns?  Working with thousands of employers it’s no surprise we have case studies of interns adding value in every field from design to engineering.  That said, one of the most shining examples that has been a  success here at InternMatch and with many of our customers is using interns to help with many of the tactics that drive inbound marketing.

Not familiar with inbound marketing?  Check out the post we wrote on Kissmetrics about using interns to help with SEO and content creation.

TLDR? Basically, the new age of marketing requires building great content, finding creative ways to distribute that content on large digital platforms (Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, Google Search, Youtube, and more), and it requires doing all of this in a consistent, strategic and timely fashion.  This type of work simply can’t be outsourced, but it is ideal for young, tech savvy millennials.

Introducing Moz

 Here at InternMatch one of our core drivers of success when building our own marketing tactics has been using Moz to help track our SEO and inbound marketing results.  It is our belief that Moz  in conjunction with talented interns is a winning combo, which is why we are excited to partner with them to help deliver both to you at a discount.

Now through InternMatch you can sign up to get 60 days of their service for free, as well as a coupon to get 50% off your next intern posting. Check it out here.

What does InternMatch get out of the deal?  Nothing—we simply like helping the businesses we work with discover new and valuable services.  Hope you are able to give Moz a shot!

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Nathan Parcells

Nathan Parcells is VP of Marketing and co-founder of Looksharp. He has spent the past decade helping students launch their career, researching best practices for hiring millennials (including running Looksharp's annual "State of College Hiring") and sharing these insights with employers. Nathan's work has been featured in Forbes, TechCrunch, Business Insider and more. Outside of work, Nathan is an avid rock climber, back packer and Bob Dylan fan.